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  1. Students

    Remote Resources for Students

    | by Baishakhi Taylor

    To best support our transition to Remote Learning, the DLINQ Interns at both the College and Institute have put together four resources for your use: Student Remote Resources Site, Zoom Drop-In Sessions, Student Support Mailbox, and Student Continuity Planner.

  2. Students

    Room Reassignment

    | by Baishakhi Taylor

    We hope this finds you well and adjusting as much as possible to the campus atmosphere in this unsettling time. We’ve asked a lot of you already in the last week, and sincerely appreciate all your cooperation so far. We understand this is hard. Nonetheless, we’re writing today to ask for your help again. 

  3. Students

    Resources for Students on Campus, March 16, 2020

    | by Baishakhi Taylor

    I realize this is a time of dramatic change on campus and it may feel overwhelming. As we all adjust to this rapidly evolving situation, our goal is to keep you informed and provide you with as much support as possible. We ask that you remain in communication with us as well.

  4. Students

    Personal Conduct

    | by Baishakhi Taylor

    We know how much is going on and that you’re all in an unexpected and unprecedented state of transition. Campus has the vibe of move-out week right now, though without the joy of tradition that we expect at springtime here.

  5. Students

    Clarifications about spring break move out

    | by Baishakhi Taylor

    Earlier in the day you received an email about extending spring break and attending classes remotely during the week of March 30th. I know you may be saddened and disappointed about losing time on the campus-with friends and professors, athletic events, performances, and the full set of activities and events you were looking forward to participating. However your health and safety remains our main focus during this time of the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19.

  6. Coronavirus: Guidance and Update

    | by Baishakhi Taylor

    I write with an update and near-term guidance. Living day-to-day with unfolding news reports about COVID-19 (formally known as novel coronavirus) has been difficult and unsettling. It’s been top-of-mind for all of us. Addressing the many health, welfare, and logistical issues around the spread of the virus is of utmost concern for Middlebury’s administration and is our number-one priority.

  7. Students

    Coronavirus: Guidance and Update

    | by Baishakhi Taylor

    I write with an update and near-term guidance. Living day-to-day with unfolding news reports about COVID-19 (formally known as novel coronavirus) has been difficult and unsettling. It’s been top-of-mind for all of us. Addressing the many health, welfare, and logistical issues around the spread of the virus is of utmost concern for Middlebury’s administration and is our number-one priority.

  8. Coronavirus Update

    | by Mark Peluso and Baishakhi Taylor

    Middlebury College continues to closely monitor developments concerning coronavirus, which began in Wuhan, China. The College is following CDC guidance, and College health officials are not aware of any active coronavirus cases on our campus at this time.