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  1. Schools Abroad

    Pass/D/Fail Options for Schools Abroad Students

    | by Carlos Vélez

    Last night Middlebury undergraduates received a message from the Office of the Provost titled “Middlebury’s Academic Program.” Among other things, the message indicated that considering current circumstances, Middlebury students will have the option to take their courses Pass/D/Fail this spring semester.

  2. Schools Abroad

    Latin America and Cameroon Update

    | by Carlos Vélez

    I am writing to follow up on the email I sent to all Schools Abroad students yesterday. When the message was sent, we were waiting to make a decision about the continuation of the Schools Abroad in Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay) and Cameroon.

  3. Schools Abroad

    March 12 Update for Schools Abroad Students

    | by Carlos Vélez

    I write to you with the disappointing, yet not unexpected news that, effective immediately, the Schools Abroad in France, Germany, Spain, Russia, Morocco, Japan, Jordan, and India are suspending in-country activity.  We are still in discussion about plans for the Schools in Latin America and Cameroon.

  4. Schools Abroad

    Important Update about School in Italy

    | by Carlos Vélez

    Given the latest reports concerning the coronavirus, I’ve just sent the following communication to students enrolled in our School in Italy. We’ve also forwarded the letter to parents. We’ll keep you up to date on our decisions as situations continue to unfold. The letter will also be posted to our Resources page.

  5. Schools Abroad

    A message from International Programs on Coronavirus

    | by Carlos Vélez

    I wanted to reach out to all of you with information related to the coronavirus situation. Some of you may already have received country-specific information from your on-site program staff. I know this is the case for those of you enrolled in some of Middlebury’s Schools Abroad. I write to ask all of you to follow the advice you’re receiving both from your on-site staff as well as from local emergency officials.