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If you are visiting this page because you need immediate help or this is an emergency, please call 911 or Public Safety.

Middlebury College Public Safety: (802) 443-5133

If you or someone you know has experienced domestic violence, dating violence, stalking or sexual assault, we are here to help.

Middlebury College will be responsive, empathic and considerate to individuals reporting these serious crimes. Protection of individuals who have experienced trauma, and the prevention of continued trauma, is our priority. You deserve to be safe.

If You are Sexually or Otherwise Assaulted on Campus

This is serious, and we are here to help. Here is what to do:

  • Get to a safe place as soon as you can.
  • If an emergency, call 911 or contact Middlebury College Public Safety at (802) 443-5133
  • If you are wishing to or thinking about reporting: try to preserve all physical evidence:
    • Do not shower/bathe/wash, change clothing, comb hair, drink or eat, or do anything that would alter a physical exam.
    • Do not launder clothing and/or bedding or throw away anything that can be used as evidence.
  • If you would like to take college or legal action, you are urged to contact Public Safety immediately at (802) 443-5133
  • Get immediate care for physical trauma

Assaults, sexual or otherwise are crimes. Individuals who have been assaulted have the right to pursue adjudication of crimes that occur on the Middlebury College campus through criminal courts and/or through the campus judicial process.

On-Campus Resources

Civil Rights and Title  IX Coordinator

Butterfly Blaise Boire   

Middlebury College 

Service Building, 213 


Can investigate reports of sexual and interpersonal violence and link to resources, accommodations, and interim safety measures. 

Senior Human Relations Officer 

Thaddeus Watulak 

Middlebury College 

Service Building, 215 


Assists with the civil rights investigatory and adjudicative functions 

Department of Public Safety 



Can call in emergencies & can assist with pressing criminal/campus charges & link to resources. Emergency response, safety planning, accommodations, No Contact Orders, recording reports, campus and community-based transportation 

Center For Health and Wellness



SANE exam, STD testing, evidence collection, injury triage 

Violence Prevention Education Specialist  

Emily Wagner 

Middlebury College, Service Building 226 


Can provide education, resources and assist in proper practices. 



go/middsafe, or go/onlineadvocate 

Free and confidential support, information, referrals, and advocacy from trained Middlebury students. A 24-hour student-run hotline is available when undergraduate classes are in session on the Middlebury, Vermont, campus. 

Middlebury College Center for Health and Wellness Counseling Services

Middlebury College

Centeno House 3rd Floor 

(802) 443-5141


Access care and support for the Middlebury student community through counseling, advocacy, consultation, and education


Visit use the TimelyCare app to be connected to a counselor for 24/7 access to urgent and non-urgent medical and mental health care, at no additional cost to students

Charles P. Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life



For individuals of all faiths and beliefs 

Off-Campus Resources

Middlebury Police Department 


Can assist with pressing criminal charges & link to resources. 

Addison County Sheriff’s Department   


Can assist in linking to resources to file a report or access support. 

Vermont State Police    


Can assist in linking to resources to file a report or access support. 

Vermont Statewide Emergency Number 


Free and anonymous information & support  

Porter Hospital * 


SANE exam, STD testing, evidence collection, injury triage, hospital resources 

WomenSafe 24-Hour Hotline 

1800-388-4205; Office, 802-388-4205 

Confidential 24-hour support, information, referrals, and advocacy for community member of all genders and sexual orientations 

SafeSpace Vermont 

866-869-7341 or  802-863-0003 

Confidential information, support, referrals, and advocacy for LGBTQ survivors. 

Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) 

(800) 656-4673 

A nationwide partnership of more than 1,100 local rape treatment hotlines provides survivors with free, confidential services around the clock. RAINN can transfer callers to local hotlines and shelters closest to their current location. There is also a chat function available on their website. 

Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC) 

802-388-6751; after hours or in emergencies, call 802-388-7641 

89 Main Street 

Middlebury, VT 05753 

24/7 support for all community members 

Additional Off-Campus Resources

Location Program Resource
National All

Reporting to Law Enforcement:

Abuse—Reporting to the Police: Options & Tips for Being Prepared

Police Reports and Protective Orders:

California  Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey The Legal Process
Kentucky FoodWorks Crimes
Nevada MiddCORE Crimes:
New Mexico Bread Loaf School of English



Schools Abroad All Locations

Law enforcement procedures vary by location. Please contact Sexual Assault Support and Help for Americans Abroad SASHAA Advocates are available 24/7. You can reach the SASHAA Crisis Center by calling their institutional toll-free crisis line (, emailing them at, or messaging them through live chat (see An advocate will reply to you within 24 hours, Monday through Friday. To find your AT&T USA Direct Access number, click here.

For additional information, please consult our Schools Abroad site at:

Civil Rights and Title IX Office
Middlebury College
Service Building
Middlebury, VT 05753