CTLR is focused on advancing teaching and learning, and provides a platform for conversations, both within the Middlebury community and with other institutions, about excellence and innovation in a residential liberal arts education.
Break Information: The CTLR will be closed from Saturday, Nov. 21 through Sunday, Nov. 29. We will respond to inquiries starting Monday, Nov. 30 when we return. Be well and safe travels!
CTLR members and services are currently all remote. To communicate with the center please see our online information, email email@example.com or call 802-443-3131 and leave a message.
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Our Promise to You
CTLR serves both faculty and students in a number of ways—by offering professional and peer tutoring across the disciplines and supporting student learning broadly conceived; promoting effective teaching pedagogies and technologies, faculty initiatives and research through an intentionally inclusive, enriching academic community; and by supporting undergraduate research activities, both independent and faculty-mentored, and offering national fellowship advising.
The CTLR is committed to becoming an anti-racist space for faculty, staff, and students through our services and programming in order to advance the goals of equity and inclusion.
|Monday–Friday||8 a.m.– 5 p.m.|
CTLR may be open but faculty and staff have limited availability during school breaks. Please confirm individually with who you are meeting.
Tutoring only occurs on nights before classes occur and may be limited adjacent to breaks due to tutor availability.
Davis Family Library, Suite 225