Let’s work together.

The CTLR is a robust academic center that serves Middlebury’s faculty and students in a number of ways:

  • 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.
  • Supporting undergraduate research activities, both independent and faculty-mentored, and offering pre-health and national fellowship advising.

Contacting CTLR

The CTLR suite in Davis Library (225) is currently open Monday-Friday (see hours). To communicate with the center please see our online information, email ctlr@middlebury.edu or call 802-443-3131. Individual staff or faculty may be working remotely.

Aid within the Honor Code

All students at Middlebury work within an Honor Code focused on an individual’s learning. At the CTLR, the Honor Code is central to the partnership of the professionals and trained peer tutors with students.  go/connect

Students work on computers during a CTLR help session.

Student Resources

Need Extra Help?

Tutoring in specific subjects is available to all students free of charge. Choose individual or guided-study with peer tutors or with professional tutors.

Find a Tutor

Focused on Equity and Inclusion

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. 

An aerial view of the Spring Student Symposium, where students present research done outside of class.

Beyond the Classroom

Support for your research and access to fellowships—across all disciplines—is central to the Middlebury academic experience. Whether you share your work at the Spring Student Symposium or in professional meetings and conferences, or explore a fellowship in your field, we can help you throughout the process.

Explore Undergraduate Research

2024 Graduation

Congratulations to the 2024 graduates! We will miss all our wonderful student staff and tutors and wish you all the best.

Upcoming Events

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CTLR Updates

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Faculty Development

Find out about upcoming events for you and your colleagues.

Explore Opportunities

Spring Student Symposium

Sign up to present your research this spring—we’ll support you along the way!

Learn About the Symposium

Get to Know Us

Meet the faculty and staff and get a better sense of how we can work together.

Meet the CTLR