students in class Monterey
The Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey is home to Bread Loaf’s Summer Institute in Global Humanities, an intensive and immersive interdisciplinary program integrating the Institute’s cross-cultural and international strengths.
students work in courtyard
The Holland Center is a central gathering place for students.
faculty member meets with student
The Summer Institute in Global Humanities offers opportunity for close mentorship between faculty and students, a hallmark of the Bread Loaf program at all campuses.
workshop for students and fac in courtyard
Students and faculty across the whole program come together for regular readings, workshops, film screenings, lectures, panels, and more.
The library at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies
The Middlebury Institute library serves all students, faculty, and staff.
class meeting indoors
A class meets in the Morse Building, where most Bread Loaf courses are held.
class meets in courtyard
Classes at Bread Loaf’s Summer Institute in Global Studies are small, with 6-8 students.
Munras dorm exterior
Designed with community in mind, the newly renovated Munras housing near campus provides convenient dormitory-style living with plenty of shared spaces for cooking, collaborating, and socializing with fellow students.
Munras single room
Most rooms at Munras are singles and doubles.
Munras common area
Munras features common living spaces and kitchens where Summer Institute participants can share meals and conversations as part of the global humanities curriculum.
Munras courtyard
Munras also features a light-filled courtyard.
Two runners jog along the shore.
The waterfront Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail passes nearby campus and stretches 18 miles, from Castroville in the north to Pacific Grove in the south.
Fisherman's Wharf in Monterey, CA
Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf is a fun place to visit for restaurants, shopping, and watching the local marine life.
Park and building on campus at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies
With a pleasant climate, the walkable campus integrates gardens and paths.
students and faculty work together
With approximately 45 students, Bread Loaf’s California campus provides ample opportunity to engage meaningfully with peers and faculty members.