Welcome to Middlebury in DC.
Centrally located in Washington, D.C, our office provides the entire Middlebury community with a wealth of resources. Connecting students and alumni around world to the D.C. network our office:
- Offers event space in a convenient location downtown
- Hosts and supports alumni and faculty gatherings
- Organizes academic and professional growth opportunities
- Makes accessible enriching and informative events by members of the Middlebury community and D.C community at-large in a variety of fields
- Is a community fostering a supportive, connected, and engaging environment
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.
As a part of the Middlebury community we strive to foster an environment that supports and connects professional and academic growth by providing access to academic programming, educational events, and internship opportunities. Through leveraging networks our alumni and students learn from one another and connect with experts here in DC, nationally, and internationally.
As a holistic academic and professional resource for the Middlebury community, our office proudly serves as a space to gather, learn, network, and connect.
Our office space is open to the Middlebury community to use in a variety of ways. Our two AV-equipped conference rooms allow us to connect students with leading experts and policy makers around the world, allowing for increased collaboration with any of Middlebury’s schools and programs. See more about event services.
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 is also home to the Washington DC 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 and collaborates with Middlebury in DC to offer unique opportunities for students and professionals.
Students and visitors to our office are encouraged to discover all that our Nation’s capital has to offer. Centrally located minutes away from the Capital building, Smithsonian museums, and National Mall, we encourage visitors to take full advantage of the rich cultural opportunities that DC has to offer. Visit Student Life in DC for help facilitating your transition to DC.
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.