Welcome to Middlebury in DC.
With our office centrally located in Washington, DC, we provide students, faculty, and staff from Middlebury College and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies with access to a wealth of resources in the nation’s capital:
- Event space
- Alumni and faculty gatherings
- Academic programs and professional growth opportunities
- Access to informative and engaging events by others in the Middlebury community as well as professionals and experts in various fields
- A community of support, resources, and contacts
Due to COVID-19, the Middlebury in DC office will remain virtual until further notice.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for general or office inquiries. Please visit our staff directory to contact specific indivudals of the DC office.
Additionally, all events in the DC office are suspended until further notice.
In DC, we strive to create a community for both academic and professional growth by providing academic programs, educational events, and internship opportunities, as well as by leveraging networks and hosting modern workshops. Join us in DC to connect with alumni; learn from other experts; and explore more professional opportunities.
As an academic office and resource for the Middlebury community, our office is proud to be an active hub for alumni, students, and faculty.
The Middlebury office in DC is host to alumni events as well as faculty lectures. Event services are available to Middlebury affiliates to use in our space. We have two conference rooms enabled with audiovisual technology to accommodate multiple uses. With videoconferencing capabilities, the office can connect students at any of Middlebury’s schools and programs with leading experts and policy makers who might otherwise not be available to travel to Vermont, California, or one of Middlebury’s dozens of Schools Abroad campuses. See more about event resources.
Semester in DC
The Middlebury in DC office hosts the final semester of Middlebury Institute of International Studies’ three-semester International Trade and Economic Diplomacy master’s program.
Center for Nonproliferation Studies
Our office also houses the Washington, D.C. branch of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), a division of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. The CNS Washington office hosts domestic and international experts.
Students and visitors to our office are encouraged to discover all that our nation’s capital has to offer. Numerous attractions, museums, and local events are available daily, some for free. Visit Student Life in DC resources to facilitate an easy and rewarding transition.
Middlebury in DC is approved to operate by the DC Higher Education Licensure Commission. Middlebury College and all of its programs have been accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, located at 209 Burlington Road, Suite 201, Bedford, MA.