Middlebury College

Table of Contents

  1. 360 Panoramas

    1. Exterior

    2. Interior

  2. Interior Floor Plans

    1. Davis Family Library

      1. Level 1
      2. Level 2
      3. Level 3
    2. The Mahaney Center for the Arts

  3. MiddView

    1. Atwater Commons Arrival Point
    2. Atwater Commons Arrival Point
    3. Brainerd, Cook, and Wonnacott Commons Arrival Points
    4. Brainerd, Cook, and Wonnacott Commons Arrival Points
    5. General MiddView Parking
    6. General MiddView Parking
    7. Ross Commons Arrival Point
    8. Ross Commons Arrival Point
  4. Academic & Administrative

    1. 118 South Main Street
    2. 121A South Main Street
    3. 23 Adirondack View
    4. 75 Franklin Street (Bread Loaf Offices)
    5. Adirondack House
    6. Alexander Twilight Hall
    7. Bowker Barn
    8. Brainerd Commons House
    9. Carr Hall
    10. Chellis House
    11. College Advancement
    12. DKE Alumni House
    13. Dana Auditorium
    14. Davis Family Library
    15. Emma Willard House
    16. Farrell House
    17. Forest Hall
    18. Franklin Environmental Center at Hillcrest
    19. Freeman International Center
    20. Gifford Hall
    21. Hesselgrave House
    22. Johnson Memorial Building
    23. Kirk Alumni Center
    24. Kitchel House
    25. Le Chateau
    26. Marble Works Offices
    27. McCardell Bicentennial Hall
    28. McCullough Student Center
    29. Mead Memorial Chapel
    30. Munroe Hall
    31. Nichols House
    32. Old Chapel
    33. Old Court House
    34. Painter House
    35. President's House
    36. Proctor Hall
    37. Public Safety
    38. Robert A. Jones '59 House
    39. Ross Commons House
    40. Service Building
    41. Sunderland Language Center
    42. The Axinn Center at Starr Library
    43. Voter Hall
    44. Warner Hall
    45. Wonnacott Commons House
    46. Wright Memorial Theatre
  5. Arts & Performance Venues

    1. Hepburn Hall
    2. Johnson Memorial Building
    3. Mead Memorial Chapel
    4. Middlebury College Museum of Art
    5. Olin C. Robison Concert Hall
    6. The Mahaney Center for the Arts
    7. Wright Memorial Theatre
  6. Athletics

    1. Alumni Stadium
    2. Atwater Tennis Courts
    3. Cross Country Trail
    4. Dragone Track & Field Complex
    5. Fitness Center
    6. Forbes Baseball Field
    7. Kenyon Arena
    8. Kirk Alumni Center
    9. Kohn All Weather Field
    10. Lang Field
    11. Men's Soccer Field
    12. Natatorium
    13. Nelson Recreation Center
    14. Paddle Tennis Courts
    15. Pepin Gymnasium
    16. Peterson Family Athletics Complex
    17. Proctor Tennis Courts
    18. Ralph Myhre Golf Course
    19. Softball Field
    20. Squash Facility
    21. Virtue Field House
    22. Youngman Field
  7. Dining

    1. Atwater Commons Dining Hall
    2. McCullough Student Center
    3. Organic Garden
    4. Proctor Hall
    5. Ross Dining Hall
    6. Wilson Cafe
  8. Green Initiatives

    1. Bio Mass Gasification Plant
    2. David W. Ginevan Recycling Center
    3. Farrell House
    4. Franklin Environmental Center at Hillcrest
    5. InSite Solar Decathlon House
    6. Organic Garden
    7. Self-Reliance Solar Decathlon House
    8. Solar Farm
    9. Weybridge House
  9. Housing & Residence Halls

    1. 107 Shannon Street
    2. 220 College Street
    3. 248 College Street
    4. 33 Adirondack View
    5. 48 South Street
    6. 637 College Street
    7. 70 Hillcrest Road
    8. 99 Adirondack View
    9. Allen Hall
    10. Atwater Residence Halls
    11. Battell Hall
    12. Bowker House
    13. Brackett House
    14. Chinese House
    15. Coffrin Hall
    16. Cousteau
    17. Earhart
    18. French House
    19. Gifford Hall
    20. Hadley Hall
    21. Hadley House and Barn
    22. Hebrew House
    23. Hepburn Hall
    24. Homer Harris House
    25. Homestead House
    26. InSite Solar Decathlon House
    27. Japanese House
    28. Jewett House
    29. Kelly Hall
    30. LaForce Hall
    31. Lang Hall
    32. Le Chateau
    33. Longwell House (Italian House)
    34. Max Kade Center for German Studies (German House)
    35. McKinley House
    36. Meeker House
    37. Milliken Hall
    38. Munford House
    39. Norgay
    40. PALANA House
    41. Painter Hall
    42. Palmer House
    43. Pearsons Hall
    44. Peary
    45. Perkins (Spanish House)
    46. Porter House
    47. Portugese House
    48. Prescott House
    49. Ride
    50. Ross Tower
    51. Self-Reliance Solar Decathlon House
    52. Sperry House (Arabic House)
    53. Starr Hall
    54. Stewart Hall
    55. The Mill
    56. Turner House
    57. Voter Hall
    58. Weybridge House
  10. Language

    1. 99 Adirondack View
    2. Chinese House
    3. Freeman International Center
    4. French House
    5. Hebrew House
    6. Japanese House
    7. Le Chateau
    8. Longwell House (Italian House)
    9. Max Kade Center for German Studies (German House)
    10. Perkins (Spanish House)
    11. Portugese House
    12. Sperry House (Arabic House)
    13. Sunderland Language Center
  11. LIbrary & Technology

    1. Chellis House
    2. Davis Family Library
    3. McCardell Bicentennial Hall
    4. Sunderland Language Center
    5. The Axinn Center at Starr Library
    6. Voter Hall
  12. Medical & Emergency

    1. Parton Health Center
    2. Public Safety
  13. Parking

    1. Freeman Way Lot
    2. Mahaney Center for the Arts Lot
    3. McCardell Bicentennial Hall Lot
    4. Ridgeline Woods Lot
    5. Wright Memorial Theatre Lot
  14. Spiritual Life

    1. Hathaway House
    2. Mead Memorial Chapel
    3. St. Mary's Parish
    4. West Cemetery
  15. Student Life & Student Services

    1. 118 South Main Street
    2. Adirondack House
    3. Battell Beach
    4. Bowker House
    5. Brackett House
    6. Brainerd Commons House
    7. Brooker House
    8. Cook Commons House
    9. Dana Auditorium
    10. David W. Ginevan Recycling Center
    11. Davis Family Library
    12. Forest Hall
    13. Freeman International Center
    14. Gifford Hall
    15. Hathaway House
    16. Hepburn Hall
    17. McCullough Student Center
    18. Nelson Recreation Center
    19. Nichols House
    20. Organic Garden
    21. Proctor Hall
    22. Proctor Tennis Courts
    23. Ross Commons House
    24. Wonnacott Commons House

Content

360 Panoramas

Interior Floor Plans

Davis Family Library

MiddView

Atwater Commons Arrival Point

148 Chateau Road

Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Atwater Commons Arrival Point

148 Chateau Road

Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Brainerd, Cook, and Wonnacott Commons Arrival Points

70 Ridgeline Road

Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Brainerd, Cook, and Wonnacott Commons Arrival Points

70 Ridgeline Road

Middlebury, VT 05753

 

General MiddView Parking

Mahaney Center for the Arts

72 Porter Field Rd. 
Middlebury, VT 05753

General MiddView Parking

Mahaney Center for the Arts

72 Porter Field Rd. 
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Ross Commons Arrival Point

276 Bicentennial Way

Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Ross Commons Arrival Point

276 Bicentennial Way

Middlebury, VT 05753

 

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Academic & Administrative

118 South Main Street

118 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

118 South Main Street is home to the Programs on Creativity and Innovation (PCI), the Center for Social Entrepreneurship (CSE), and Community Engagement (CE).

 

All three programs aim to support experiential learning for students: the PCI seeks to encourage students to think independently and creatively through funding for project or business ideas, the CSE offers opportunities to engage in social entrepreneurship through weekly speakers and individual project funding, and CE prepares students for lives of meaning and impact through service with programs that work to strengthen communities and contribute to the public good.

121A South Main Street

121A South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

23 Adirondack View

23 Adirondack View
Middlebury, VT 05753

23 Adirondack View is home to the offices of several Environmental Studies faculty members.

75 Franklin Street (Bread Loaf Offices)

75 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

75 Franklin Street is the home to the offices for the Bread Loaf School of English and Bread Loaf Writers' Conference.

Adirondack House

534 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Originally known as Battell Cottage, Adirondack House serves as the home to the Center for Careers and Internships (CCI), as well as the Salzburg Seminar and the Davis World College Scholars program. CCI's advisers and resources focus on areas of career exploration, health professions, fellowships, and internships - both traditional and self-designed.

The college acquired the traditional, Victorian farmhouse in 1909 along with Twichell farm. The house was meant to serve as part of the Middlebury's women's campus, providing space for a large dining hall.

Alexander Twilight Hall

50 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1867, Twilight Hall was purchased by the college from the Addison County School District in 1984 and underwent major renovations. On May 23, 1986, the restored building was renamed Alexander Twilight Hall for graduate Alexander Twilight, Middlebury 1823, the first African-American to earn a degree from an American college or university.

Twilight Hall is now home to the Classics, Philosophy, and Teacher Education department offices. It also houses many classrooms and a large lecture hall used for classes, guest lecturers, and film screenings.

Bowker Barn

161 Adirondack View
Middlebury, VT 05753

Bowker Barn has been home to various staff office throughout the years.

Brainerd Commons House

132 Blinn Lane
Middlebury, VT 05753

Home to the Faculty Heads of Brainerd Commons, the house is host to numerous functions for faculty, students, and staff. Events range from lectures by guest speakers and dinner conversations, to film screenings and concert receptions.

Carr Hall

452 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1951, Carr Hall originally housed the fine arts. Today, it houses the Anderson Freeman Resource Center, which works to promote an inclusive and welcoming learning environment for the Middlebury community, as well as many of the campus's student programs.

Chellis House

56 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Chellis House serves as the Women's and Gender Studies Resource Center, an informational, educational, and cultural resource for all students, staff, and faculty. The center houses a diverse collection of books relating to gender and gay studies in the Alison Fraker Library.

Established in 1993, the house was named for the first woman to graduate from Middlebury in 1886, valedictorian May Belle Chellis.

College Advancement

700 Exchange Street

Middlebury, VT 05753

 

The newly renovated 22,000-square-foot building is home to the Middlebury Office of Advancement and a portion of the Information Technology Services staff. It also houses the offices of the Davis United World College Scholars Program.

 

With glass-walled offices, large workstations and numerous skylights, it is a modern, highly functional, and flexible office.

 

DKE Alumni House

20 Old Chapel Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

A former fraternity house, the college now rents the DKE Alumni House.

Dana Auditorium

College Street
Middlebury, VT 05753

Dana Auditorium, part of the Sunderland Language Center, is the largest auditorium on campus. Built in 1965, it hosts various speakers and lecturers, as well as film screenings for the campus community.

Davis Family Library

110 Storrs Ave.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Inaugurated in 2004, The Davis Family Library is Middlebury College's main library. The building is home to Library and Information Services (LIS) and the IT Help Desk, where students, faculty, and staff receive support for computing and technology issues.

The library also houses the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research, which provides tutoring services, coordinates the writing program, and assists faculty with research techniques.

Emma Willard House

131 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1811, Emma Willard is home to the Admissions Office, and serves as the starting point for all campus tours.

It was in this house that Emma Hart Willard opened her Female Seminary in 1814, helping to pioneer higher education for women. The site was acquired by the College in 1959, and expanded in 1987. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.

Farrell House

24 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Office of Environmental Affairs and the Environmental Coordinator are located in Farrell House. The building also houses the offices of several Environmental Studies faculty members.

Forest Hall

496 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Forest Hall houses upperclassmen and Cook Commons sophomores. The Hall, constructed in 1936, derives its name from the forest that financed its being built. In 1915, Joseph Battell left the College mountain acreage, and the school sold a large portion of this acreage to Federal Government (for the Green Mountain National Forest).  The building also houses the Office of the Registrar.

 

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Franklin Environmental Center at Hillcrest

531 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Hillcrest is the center for Environmental Studies and Environmental Affairs. The LEED silver certified building houses offices, a studio, study lounge, and teaching space, as well as informal meeting areas for students and faculty. The hall provides space for the weekly Howard E. Woodin Environmental Studies Colloquium Series, a key component of the environmental studies program.

Freeman International Center

203 Freeman Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Stephen A. Freeman International Center includes classrooms and offices for the German, Russian, and Japanese Studies departments.

 

The building also houses the Jewish Center, where students come together each week for a Shabbat service followed by Friday evening dinner. The Jewish Center consists of a kitchen and a small meeting room used for the Jewish Center Speaker Series and weekly Hillel lunch meetings.

Gifford Hall

489 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Built in 1940, Gifford Hall primarily houses Wonnacott College sophomores, as well as some upperclassmen. Gifford is also home to the Gamut Room, a student-run café and performance space in the building's basement.

 

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Hesselgrave House

123 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Hesselgrave House contains faculty offices.

Johnson Memorial Building

78 Chateau Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Constructed in 1968, the Studio Art and History of Art and Architecture departments of Middlebury College are located in Johnson Memorial Building.

 

Every year, Johnson hosts an art exhibition for graduating studio art majors in the Johnson Pit. History of Art and Architecture majors specializing in Pre-Architecture also display their work in the building. The Slide Library, home to over 135,000 slides, is located in Johnson.

Outside Johnson are two of the college's public sculptures, Jules Olitski's "King Kong" and George Rickey's "Two Open Rectangles, Excentric,Variation VI."

Kirk Alumni Center

217 Golf Course Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Kirk Alumni Center stands on the edge of the Ralph Myhre Golf Course and is used primarily as a meeting and conference space. The pro shop and concessions area for the course are on the lower level. Range balls for the driving range also can be purchased here.

Kitchel House

152 College St.
Middlebury, VT

Kitchell House is home to the Middlebury Office of Communications and Marketing.

 

Kitchel House was constructed as a home in 1867 by Middlebury College’s fifth president, Harvey D. Kitchel ‘35. After Kitchel stepped down in 1873, the College purchased the Italianate structure and, in 1891, converted it into the College’s first women’s dorm. Renamed Battell Hall, it housed 8 to 12 female students at a time. (Prior to that, young women attending Middlebury had lived with families in town.) In 1919, the College sold the house and it remained in private hands until the College reacquired it in 2010. Following its restoration, Kitchel House, as it is known today, became home to Middlebury’s Office of Communications and Marketing, including Middlebury Magazine.

 

Le Chateau

139 Chateau Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1925, Le Chateau is modeled on the Pavillon Henri IV of the Chateau de Fontainebleau. It is home to the Grand Salon, classrooms, French Department offices, and residential rooms for nearly fifty students. Downstairs is a small theatre, once a student dining room, where various language departments stage plays.

Le Chateau was once the first and largest continuous "language house" in the country, where students were pledged to the use only of the foreign language of their study. It has long been home to the French School over the summer, serving as both a residence and an office building.

 

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Marble Works Offices

152 Maple St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Overlooking the Otter Creek, the Marble Works offices house Middlebury's finance, human resources, and business services departments.

McCardell Bicentennial Hall

287 Bicentennial Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 1999, McCardell Bicentennial Hall houses the departments of biology, chemistry, biochemistry, geography, geology, physics, and psychology. The building includes lecture halls, classrooms, laboratories, the Armstrong Science Library, offices, and student/faculty research spaces.

 

It also houses a variety of important scientific instruments, including a rooftop observatory, a scanning electron microscope, spectrometers, an aquatic lab, and a geographic information systems lab.

 

The building is a popular social and study space with students, with a wide variety of spacious and scenic study spots. It is also home to the state's largest window, which overlooks the Adirondack Mountains.

McCullough Student Center

14 Old Chapel Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

McCullough Student Center is the heart of student activity at the college, with offices for the Center for Campus Activities and Leadership, which advises student clubs.

McCullough also includes the Grille, a great on-campus location for casual dining. The Juice Bar on the first floor serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, including coffee, tea, and shakes. Midd-Express, the campus convenience store, is also located in McCullough, adjacent to the campus US mail service center and student mailboxes.

 

On the second floor, Wilson Hall is the site for regular student parties and other special events and presentations. Elsewhere in the building are the Mitchell Green Lounge, the Crest Room, and the SGA Office.

The building was originally constructed in 1912 as McCullough "Gymnaseum." Today, the popular campus restaurant, the Grille, occupies the space that once housed the "Gymnaseum" pool. The Student Center was renovated in 1998.

Mead Memorial Chapel

75 Hepburn Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1916, Mead Chapel is located on the highest point of the campus, its spire symbolizing the aspiration of the College. Over the portal are carved the words from Psalm 95:4, "The Strength of the Hills is His Also."

 

Mead Memorial Chapel is the center of much activity: The academic year is framed by Convocation in September and Baccalaureate in May. The College-Community Chorus performs here twice a year, while the Chamber Singers sing at official College services. The Chapel also hosts the largest lectures on campus, including recent appearances from Academy Award-winning composer Isaac Hayes, Nobel Laureates Seamus Heaney and Elie Wiesel, and CBS President Andrew Heyward.

Mead Chapel was the gift of Gov. John A. Mead '64, and is a New England meeting house constructed of white marble with a Greek colonnade in front. The carillon was expanded from nine to 48 bells in 1986, thanks to a generous gift from Jane and Allan Dragone '50. The carillon plays regularly and can be heard throughout campus.

Munroe Hall

Munroe Hall is the heart of many academic departments of the college, including Economics, English and American Literatures, History, Political Science, Religion, and Sociology and Anthropology.

Nichols House

275 Weybridge St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Home to the Faculty Heads of Atwater Commons, Nichols House hosts numerous functions for faculty, students, and staff throughout the year.

Old Chapel

9 Old Chapel Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1836, Old Chapel was the second building of the planned Old Stone Row. Since 1941, Old Chapel has been the administrative center of campus and is home to the President's office, the offices of a number of senior administrators, the Board Room, and a seminar room. Old Chapel was renovated in 1995.

At the time of construction, Old Chapel was both formal and frugal. Its facade was created from carefully dressed stone. The iron stair railing, the doorway with its transom and sidelights, the pilastered cupola, and the palmette weather vane, were derived from a builder's guide like Asher Benjamin's "Practice of Architecture" of 1833.

Old Court House

5 Court St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

The Old Court House has hosted various departments and staff members of the college throughout the years.

Painter House

2 Court Street
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Located across from the Middlebury Inn, Painter House was built by Middlebury founder Gamaliel Painter.

 

Gamaliel Painter, who commissioned the spacious and elegant building in 1802, worked tirelessly to establish Middlebury as a town. He also had the vision to champion and sponsor a college that would educate the citizens of the growing commercial center.

 

Befitting the former home of a community leader, the building is prominently located at the gateway to the town and thus to the campus itself.

President's House

3 South St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The residence of Middlebury College President Laurie L. Patton, the house is used for entertaining guests of the college and hosting formal receptions.

Proctor Hall

58 Hepburn Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Proctor Hall primarily serves as a student dining facility, with dining areas on two levels. On Friday nights, the student-run restaurant Dolci runs free-of-charge to those lucky enough to get tickets the night before.

 

The College Store, the Brainerd Commons offices, catering, bakery, WRMC radio station, and Redfield Proctor Dining Room are also found in Proctor.

Named for Redfield Proctor, trustee and devoted friend of the college, Proctor Hall was built in 1960.

Public Safety

125 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

125 South Main Street is home to the college's Public Safety force. Open 24 hours a day, the officers are always accessible and make regular patrols around campus in the evening.

Robert A. Jones '59 House

148 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Robert A. Jones '59 House is host to the Rohatyn Center for International Affairs (RCFIA), an international resource and research center that supports the college's goal of advancing global understanding from a core linguistic and cultural competency.

The Seminar Room, located on the second floor of the building, hosts seminars, lectures, and round table discussions with known political and global personalities, as well as Middlebury's own students during the annual International Studies Colloquium.

Ross Commons House

26 Blinn Ln.
Middlebury, VT 05753

26 Blinn Lane is home to the Faculty Heads of Ross Commons. The house is host to numerous functions for faculty, students, and staff. Events range from lectures by guest speakers, to dinner conversations and film screenings.

Service Building

84 Service Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Service Building houses the offices of Academic Affairs, International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS), the Provost, Student Life, Health and Wellness Education, Student Life, Student Financial Services, and Student Accessibility Services.


It is also home to Facilities Management, Facilities Planning, Comptroller's and Institutional Effectiveness offices.

It also provides heat for much of campus, and holds the antenna that broadcasts WRMC.

Sunderland Language Center

College Street
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Sunderland Language Center is a busy center for students, during both the academic year and the summer, when the Middlebury Language Schools are in session. In addition to housing offices for the Language Schools, the Middlebury C.V. Starr Schools Abroad, Off-Campus Study, and Media Services, Sunderland offers media editing rooms, 24-hour computer labs, and language laboratories.

Adjacent to the Sunderland Language Center is the Charles A. Dana Auditorium, the largest auditorium on campus. It hosts large events, as well as regular film showings.

Sunderland was originally built 1965 as the world's most technologically advanced language learning center.

The Axinn Center at Starr Library

Middlebury, VT 05753

The Donald Everett Axinn Center for Literary and Cultural Studies opened in 2008, and was built onto the existing Starr Library, which was constructed from Vermont marble for the College's centennial in 1900.

 

The Center is home to the History and English and American Literatures departments, as well as the programs in American Studies and Film and Media Culture. It features state-of-the-art classrooms, offices, screening rooms, a large media editing suite, and a winter garden.

Voter Hall

381 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 1913 as a chemistry building, Voter Hall, named for Perley Voter, a longtime chair of the chemistry department, serves today as both a residential hall and an academic space. With housing on upper floors, Voter's lower levels house the Italian, Arabic, and Chinese departments.

 

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Warner Hall

303 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Warner Hall was built in 1901, and was Middlebury's first building consisting only of classrooms. Today, Warner houses professors from the mathematics, economics, and Spanish departments.

 

The Warner Hemicycle is a round extension of the building on the north side and acts as a lecture hall for larger gatherings. Warner also includes the prime number staircase, which grants access to floors 2, 3, and 5 only.

Wonnacott Commons House

115 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Home to the Faculty Heads of Wonnacott Commons, the house is host to numerous functions for faculty, students, and staff. These events range from lectures by guest speakers to dinner conversations, and student presentations to Commons Council meetings.

Wright Memorial Theatre

96 Chateau Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1959, Wright Theatre includes a 400-seat auditorium with a large proscenium stage and backstage facilities. The theatre is often the site for large productions put on by both guest artists and Middlebury's own theatre majors, actors, and actresses. Wright also holds offices and classrooms used mainly by the theatre and film departments.

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Arts & Performance Venues

Hepburn Hall

121 Hepburn Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1916, Hepburn Hall is a five-story residence hall in Brainerd Commons housing mainly sophomores and juniors. Hepburn Hall offers several study lounges, a large central lounge for Commons Council meetings, a classroom, and the production office for the student weekly newspaper, The Middlebury Campus.

 

A gift of A. Barton Hepburn, class of 1871, Hepburn Hall was built of yellow brick (now painted gray), and it once housed Hepburn's hunting trophies in the room above the lounge, now the Hepburn Zoo. Today, the Zoo is a black box theatre where many student productions take place each year.

 

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Johnson Memorial Building

78 Chateau Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Constructed in 1968, the Studio Art and History of Art and Architecture departments of Middlebury College are located in Johnson Memorial Building.

 

Every year, Johnson hosts an art exhibition for graduating studio art majors in the Johnson Pit. History of Art and Architecture majors specializing in Pre-Architecture also display their work in the building. The Slide Library, home to over 135,000 slides, is located in Johnson.

Outside Johnson are two of the college's public sculptures, Jules Olitski's "King Kong" and George Rickey's "Two Open Rectangles, Excentric,Variation VI."

Mead Memorial Chapel

75 Hepburn Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1916, Mead Chapel is located on the highest point of the campus, its spire symbolizing the aspiration of the College. Over the portal are carved the words from Psalm 95:4, "The Strength of the Hills is His Also."

 

Mead Memorial Chapel is the center of much activity: The academic year is framed by Convocation in September and Baccalaureate in May. The College-Community Chorus performs here twice a year, while the Chamber Singers sing at official College services. The Chapel also hosts the largest lectures on campus, including recent appearances from Academy Award-winning composer Isaac Hayes, Nobel Laureates Seamus Heaney and Elie Wiesel, and CBS President Andrew Heyward.

Mead Chapel was the gift of Gov. John A. Mead '64, and is a New England meeting house constructed of white marble with a Greek colonnade in front. The carillon was expanded from nine to 48 bells in 1986, thanks to a generous gift from Jane and Allan Dragone '50. The carillon plays regularly and can be heard throughout campus.

Middlebury College Museum of Art

72 Porter Field Rd. 
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

The Middlebury College Museum of Art is an integral educational and cultural component of Middlebury College whose mission is to enable visitors to understand more fully the artistic achievements represented by a diversity of cultures.

 

The collection of several thousand objects ranges from antiquities to contemporary art and includes distinguished collections of Asian art, photography, 19th-century European and American sculpture, and contemporary prints. Works from the permanent collection and special loan exhibitions are on display throughout the year, and the museum regularly sponsors lectures, gallery talks, films, school programs, and family workshops. The Museum also maintains the college's collection of 20 works of public sculpture sited in various locations around the campus.

 

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Olin C. Robison Concert Hall

72 Porter Field Rd. 
Middlebury, VT 05753


The Olin C. Robison Concert Hall, named for Middlebury's 13th president, is an acoustical marvel with a 27-foot by 40-foot elliptical stage and a wraparound balcony. The hall hosts more than 300 events annually, including the Performing Arts Series, which attracts renowned chamber artists from around the world, and numerous concerts, lectures, symposia, rehearsals, and classes.

The Mahaney Center for the Arts

72 Porter Field Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Kevin P. Mahaney '84 Center for the Arts (MCA) serves as a hub of arts activity on campus. Opened in 1992, the building was renamed in 2007 to usher in its 15th anniversary season.

 

The MCA is home to the Middlebury College Museum of Art, the black-box style Seeler Studio Theatre, the dance theatre, Rehearsals Café, and a 370-seat recital hall. Throughout the academic year, the center hosts a variety of exciting performances and exhibitions, offering the college community a unique opportunity to participate in the arts.

Wright Memorial Theatre

96 Chateau Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1959, Wright Theatre includes a 400-seat auditorium with a large proscenium stage and backstage facilities. The theatre is often the site for large productions put on by both guest artists and Middlebury's own theatre majors, actors, and actresses. Wright also holds offices and classrooms used mainly by the theatre and film departments.

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Athletics

Alumni Stadium

455 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium provides one of the best settings in New England for college football and lacrosse. The stadium's 3,500 seats overlook Middlebury's outdoor facilities as well as the Green Mountains. Guarding the stadium is a bronze statue of the Middlebury Panther by Lorenzo Ghiglieri.

Atwater Tennis Courts

Middlebury, VT 05753

The Atwater tennis courts are for general use only - no athletic teams use them for practice - so they are always open to members of the Middlebury campus community.

Cross Country Trail

Porter Field Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Middlebury's cross-country course is one of the most scenic in New England. The first mile winds around the athletic fields and then joins the Red Kelly Trail around the perimeter of the Ralph Myhre Golf Course. The trail consists of moderately rolling terrain with several steep hills, and the surface of the course is grass, dirt, and wood chips.

Dragone Track & Field Complex

Porter Field Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Allan Dragone track and field complex includes an eight-lane track comprised of a full-depth, dual-derometer polyurethane martin surface and jumping areas with dual-directioned parallel runways.

Fitness Center

219 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Middlebury College fitness center is over 9,200 square feet and overlooks the Green Mountains. The fitness center provides a great area for the Middlebury College community to stay in shape.

Containg aerobic equipment, a full Nautilus circuit, a hammer circuit and extensive free weight and dumbbell areas, the fitness center houses elliptical trainers, treadmills and stationary bikes, stair steppers, and rowers.

Forbes Baseball Field

Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Forbes Field is home to the Middlebury Panthers. Along with excellent drainage, the facility includes an in-ground sprinkler system, an electric scoreboard, dugouts, and a panoramic view of the Green Mountains.

Kenyon Arena

219 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Completed in 1998, Kenyon Arena is home to Middlebury's hockey team. The rink seats 2,600 spectators, including several wheelchair spaces, and allows for several hundred standing-room viewers. A full concessions area is located at the rink concourse and entry corridor levels. The arenaalso hosts an annual figure-skating show during Winter Carnival.

Kirk Alumni Center

217 Golf Course Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Kirk Alumni Center stands on the edge of the Ralph Myhre Golf Course and is used primarily as a meeting and conference space. The pro shop and concessions area for the course are on the lower level. Range balls for the driving range also can be purchased here.

Kohn All Weather Field

219 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in the spring of 2000, the Kohn All Weather Field provides teams with an outdoor facility during periods of unfavorable weather. The surface is shared by several Middlebury teams, and is used for intramural activities.

Lang Field

55 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Lang Field is a practice field for many of Middlebury's athletic and intramural teams.

Men's Soccer Field

Porter Field Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Men's soccer field is a grass field used for practices and games.

Natatorium

219 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Part of the Nelson Recretion Center, Middlebury's natatorium is one of the top Division III swimming facilities in the country. The state-of-the-art 50-meter by 25-yard Olympic-size swimming pool provides excellent facilities to Middlebury's men's and women's swimming and diving teams.

Nelson Recreation Center

219 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

The Nelson Recreation Center today serves as a multi-purpose facility, including for indoor tennis and intramural sports. For many years it was known as Duke Nelson Arena and was the home to Middlebury hockey.

 

The building was renovated and reopened in January of 2002 with a new surface suitable for tennis, badminton and volleyball. The north end of the facility has a state-of-the-art golf practice facility, complete with a hitting net, video camera and swing-analysis computer. The south end of the facility is home to Middlebury's climbing wall.

Paddle Tennis Courts

219 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Paddle Tennis Courts are an enclosed, raised set of two tennis courts.

Pepin Gymnasium

219 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Part of the Nelson Recreation Center, the Pepin Gymnasium is home to Middlebury's varsity basketball teams, as well as the women's varsity volleyball team. The gym contains three full basketball courts and accommodates up to 1,200 spectators.

Dedicated to Arthur Pepin '47, the gymnasium underwent major renovations in 2001.

Peterson Family Athletics Complex

219 South Main St.

Middlebury, VT 05753

 

The Peterson Family Athletics Complex houses Middlebury’s indoor athletic venues, including Virtue Field House, Kenyon Arena, the Natatorium, the Squash Center, Pepin Gym, and the fitness center. The facility also houses the Middlebury Athletics History Wall, which provides users with an interactive experience through the annals of sports at the College.

 

Dahl Plaza, in honor of W. Robert Dahl ’78 and Leslie Dahl, welcomes visitors as they approach the new entrance to the Peterson Family Athletics Complex.

Proctor Tennis Courts

Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Proctor Tennis Courts are home to Middlebury's men's and women's varsity tennis teams, but any member of the campus community may enjoy the courts.

Ralph Myhre Golf Course

217 Golf Course Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in the early 1930s, the Ralph Myhre Golf Course is owned by Middlebury College, and is the site of all the Middlebury home golf matches.

 

The par-71 course is laid out over rolling terrain in the Green Mountains, with scenic views and challenging holes. Middlebury is one of just a few schools in the country that can boast a beautiful, 18-hole golf course on campus.

Softball Field

Middlebury, VT 05753

Home to the Panther's softball team, the composition of the field insures the team the earliest possible opportunity to play. Along with excellent drainage, the facility includes an in-ground sprinkler system, an electric scoreboard, dugouts, and a panoramic view of the Green Mountains.

Squash Facility

219 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

The Middlebury College 18,000-square-foot squash center officially opened on October 26, 2013. Connected to the southeast end of the Peterson Family Athletics Complex, the nine squash courts are arranged around a central corridor covered by a skylight to allow filtered, natural light into the space.

 

Virtue Field House

219 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Middlebury’s newest athletic facility, Virtue Field House, opened in January of 2015.

 

The 110,000-square-foot structure houses the New Balance Foundation Track, a 200-meter track with nine 60-meter sprint lanes. Dedicated jumping, vaulting and throwing areas beyond the oval for field events are also part of the facility, as is McCormick Field, a 21,000-square-foot Field Turf surface inside the track for varsity, club, intramural and recreational purposes.

 

The facility also features a cardio balcony with over 30 pieces of exercise equipment. Locker rooms, multiple batting cages and a multipurpose/fitness area are also a part of the building as well as a coaching suite.

 

Youngman Field

455 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium provides one of the best settings in New England for college football and lacrosse. The 3,500 seats overlook Middlebury's outdoor facilities as well as the Green Mountains. The stadium is home to the football team, as well as the men's and women's lacrosse teams.

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Dining

Atwater Commons Dining Hall

Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 2005, Atwater Commons Dining Hall features open cooking facilities, a spacious dining room, and large, triple-pane glass windows that look out onto the town and nearby Chipman Hill. The dining hall is green, with a vegetated roof to cool and insulate the building and large sunstacks to allow natural light to penetrate the building. The building also utilizes sustainably harvested wood.

McCullough Student Center

14 Old Chapel Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

McCullough Student Center is the heart of student activity at the college, with offices for the Center for Campus Activities and Leadership, which advises student clubs.

McCullough also includes the Grille, a great on-campus location for casual dining. The Juice Bar on the first floor serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, including coffee, tea, and shakes. Midd-Express, the campus convenience store, is also located in McCullough, adjacent to the campus US mail service center and student mailboxes.

 

On the second floor, Wilson Hall is the site for regular student parties and other special events and presentations. Elsewhere in the building are the Mitchell Green Lounge, the Crest Room, and the SGA Office.

The building was originally constructed in 1912 as McCullough "Gymnaseum." Today, the popular campus restaurant, the Grille, occupies the space that once housed the "Gymnaseum" pool. The Student Center was renovated in 1998.

Organic Garden

RT. 125
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Middlebury College Organic Garden is a community effort to grow food while fostering a land ethic, a community ethic, new ideas of sustainability, and what it means to live a good life.

 

The garden is student run and uses organic and permaculture practices to grow a variety of produce that the group sells to Middlebury Dining Services and donates to the local food shelter.

Proctor Hall

58 Hepburn Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Proctor Hall primarily serves as a student dining facility, with dining areas on two levels. On Friday nights, the student-run restaurant Dolci runs free-of-charge to those lucky enough to get tickets the night before.

 

The College Store, the Brainerd Commons offices, catering, bakery, WRMC radio station, and Redfield Proctor Dining Room are also found in Proctor.

Named for Redfield Proctor, trustee and devoted friend of the college, Proctor Hall was built in 1960.

Ross Dining Hall

160 HMKL Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in the fall of 2002, Ross Dining Hall, part of Ross Commons, was the first Commons dining hall to be built. It features open cooking areas, including a Mongolian grill, regular grill, salad bar, and carving station.

Wilson Cafe

Wilson Cafe is located in the Davis Family Library. Enjoy Vermont's own Green Mountain gourmet coffees, a large assortment of specialty lattes, espressos, cappuccinos, or gourmet teas.  

 

Grab and go sandwiches and salads are also available Monday- Friday.  Bagels, muffins and filled croissants make the Wilson Cafe a great morning stop.

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Green Initiatives

Bio Mass Gasification Plant

David W. Ginevan Recycling Center

809 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The David W. Ginevan Recycling Center has diverted more than 55% of the waste consumed on campus since 1994. Students are able to explore donated "gems" such as textbooks, futons, or lamps, that are in good condition. The Center is powered in part by a wind turbine.

Farrell House

24 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Office of Environmental Affairs and the Environmental Coordinator are located in Farrell House. The building also houses the offices of several Environmental Studies faculty members.

Franklin Environmental Center at Hillcrest

531 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Hillcrest is the center for Environmental Studies and Environmental Affairs. The LEED silver certified building houses offices, a studio, study lounge, and teaching space, as well as informal meeting areas for students and faculty. The hall provides space for the weekly Howard E. Woodin Environmental Studies Colloquium Series, a key component of the environmental studies program.

InSite Solar Decathlon House

99 Shannon St.

Middlebury, VT 05491

 

99 Shannon Street is home to InSite, the College's second solar decathlon house, and was built by students in 2013.  Its two student residents conduct regular tours and programs at this living and learning center.

 

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Organic Garden

RT. 125
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Middlebury College Organic Garden is a community effort to grow food while fostering a land ethic, a community ethic, new ideas of sustainability, and what it means to live a good life.

 

The garden is student run and uses organic and permaculture practices to grow a variety of produce that the group sells to Middlebury Dining Services and donates to the local food shelter.

Self-Reliance Solar Decathlon House

44 Porter Field Rd
Middlebury, VT 05753

44 Porter Field Road is the site of Self Reliance, the College's first solar decathlon house. The home was built by students in 2009. Its three student residents conduct regular tours and programs at this living and learning center.

 

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Solar Farm

With the creation of solar farms and the installation of solar panels on campus, Middlebury is exploring additional ways to incorporate solar energy into everyday campus life.

 

At the urging of pioneering students, Middlebury has built a 143-kilowatt, 1.5-acre solar farm on Route 125, west of McCardell Bicentennial Hall. The 34 solar trackers on the farm are from AllEarth Renewables, a company based in Williston, Vermont. AllEarth manufactures the innovative solar energy systems, called AllSun Trackers, which feed electricity into nearby power lines.

 

The solar farm produced 243,000 kilowatts over the past year—more electricity than is used annually in Forest, a student residence hall. The solar panel energy production report shows monthly progress and reports. An extensive monitoring system generates data used for undergraduate student work in physics, mathematics, and other disciplines.

 

Weybridge House

28 Weybridge St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Weybridge House is home to students who seek to inform themselves and the college community about pressing sustainability and food issues. House members form a community of supportive peers who have shared interests in examining our role as humans within greater natural systems. Through dinners and other events, Weybridge residents strive to live responsibly. Weybridge residents have a unique meal plan: instead of going to the college dining halls, residents order food in bulk from the main dining hall and cook for themselves as a community. They also supplement their diet with crops from the house's organic vegetable and herb garden.

 

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Housing & Residence Halls

107 Shannon Street

107 Shannon St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

107 Shannon Street typically houses seniors in two apartments. Facilities include a dine-in kitchen and lounge area.

 

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220 College Street

220 College St.

Middlebury, VT 05753

 

220 College Street has three apartments and serves as a student residence for seniors.

 

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248 College Street

248 College St.
Middlebury, VT

248 College Street, informally known as the Beach House, serves as a student residence for seniors.

 

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33 Adirondack View

33 Adirondack View
Middlebury, VT 05753

33 Adirondack View is a small house available as a residence for two upperclass students.

 

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48 South Street

48 South St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

48 South Street is an upperclass residence hall.

 

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637 College Street

637 College St
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

637 College Street serves as the Russian academic interest house, where four students live to advance their language skills. The house allows students of Russian to interact with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant. The house also acts as a learning center for all Russian students to practice their language skills and receive help with homework.

 

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70 Hillcrest Road

70 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Established in the spring of 2008, 70 Hillcrest Road is the Queer Studies House, with the mission of promoting the academic pursuit of queer studies and creating a safe space for students of all sexual and gender identities.

 

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99 Adirondack View

99 Adirondack View
Middlebury, VT 05753

99 Adirondack View serves as a residence for upperclassmen.

 

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Allen Hall

148 Chateau Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Allen accommodates nearly one hundred Atwater Commons first-year students. It has four separate floors, a centralized television lounge, and a study lounge. The Commons office is located in room 153 on the first floor, just off the central foyer.  Allen Hall was constructed in 1963 and was built using slate from Fair Haven Vermont.  The building is named for Cecile Child Allen, the wife of George H. V. Allen '49 and treasurer of the College for many years.

 

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Atwater Residence Halls

Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 2004, the Atwater residence halls, named for Middlebury College's first president, Jeremiah Atwater, were modeled after Painter Hall, the oldest building on campus. Atwater provides many spacious suites for upperclassmen, with common rooms and kitchens, a laundry facility, a smart classroom, and a study lounge.

 

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Battell Hall

63 Chateau Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Completed in 1955 and named for benefactor Joseph Battell, Battell Hall is divided into three sections: North, Center and South. Due to its large size it is the only building on campus that is shared between two commons. It serves as a first year Housing & Residence Halls for both Wonnacott and Cook Commons.

 

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Bowker House

129 Adirondack View
Middlebury, VT 05753

Bowker House is a small residence that is also home to Xenia, the substance-free social house. It has a kitchen and a living room, where Xenia hosts its most popular events.

 

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Brackett House

428 Ridgeline Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 1997, Brackett House is one of four houses that make up the Ridgeline houses. Brackett serves as the Tavern social house during the academic year, and it houses Language School students and special program participants during the summer.

 

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Chinese House

108 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

108 South Main Street serves as the Chinese academic interest house, where students of Chinese can live to improve their language skills. It is a place where Chinese students can come together with the resident native-speaking lecturer. The house contains a living room area, dining room area, and kitchen, where the students take full advantage of cooking Chinese food.

 

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Coffrin Hall

202 Freeman Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Once known as the Barn, Coffrin Hall is now a residence for first years and sophomores in Atwater Commons. Built in 1986 under the name of North Hall, it was later renamed for longtime trustee Albert W. Coffrin.

 

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Cousteau

Ridgeline Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Cousteau, one of the "mods," gives a group of seven students the opportunity to reside together.

 

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Earhart

Ridgeline Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Earhart, one of the "mods," gives a group of seven students the opportunity to reside together.

 

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French House

51 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

51 Franklin Street serves as the French academic-interest house, where 10 students live to advance their language skills. The house is a place where students of French can interact with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant. The house also acts as a learning center for all French students to practice their language skills and receive help with coursework.

 

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Gifford Hall

489 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Built in 1940, Gifford Hall primarily houses Wonnacott College sophomores, as well as some upperclassmen. Gifford is also home to the Gamut Room, a student-run café and performance space in the building's basement.

 

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Hadley Hall

160 HMKL Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

Hadley Hall is a first-year residence hall in Ross Commons.

 

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Hadley House and Barn

339 Golf Course Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Hadley House is most often used to house official guests of the College.

Hebrew House

131 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

131 Franklin Street serves as the Hebrew academic interest house, where three Hebrew students can live to improve their language skills. The house acts as a learning center not only for the residents, but also for all Hebrew students to practice their language skills and receive help with homework.

 

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Hepburn Hall

121 Hepburn Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1916, Hepburn Hall is a five-story residence hall in Brainerd Commons housing mainly sophomores and juniors. Hepburn Hall offers several study lounges, a large central lounge for Commons Council meetings, a classroom, and the production office for the student weekly newspaper, The Middlebury Campus.

 

A gift of A. Barton Hepburn, class of 1871, Hepburn Hall was built of yellow brick (now painted gray), and it once housed Hepburn's hunting trophies in the room above the lounge, now the Hepburn Zoo. Today, the Zoo is a black box theatre where many student productions take place each year.

 

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Homer Harris House

717 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Homer Harris House serves as a residence for upperclassmen.

 

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Homestead House

70 Weybridge St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Homestead House on Weybridge Street is one of the College’s eight Superblock houses. These one-year theme houses primarily accommodate juniors and seniors. Its proximity to the town center makes it an attractive residence option for students.

 

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InSite Solar Decathlon House

99 Shannon St.

Middlebury, VT 05491

 

99 Shannon Street is home to InSite, the College's second solar decathlon house, and was built by students in 2013.  Its two student residents conduct regular tours and programs at this living and learning center.

 

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Japanese House

20 Adirondack View
Middlebury, VT 05753

20 Adirondack View serves as the Japanese academic interest house, where students of Japanese can live to improve their language skills. It is a place where Japanese students can come together with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant. The house contains a living room area, dining room area, and kitchen, where the students take full advantage of cooking Japanese food.

 

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Jewett House

99 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Jewett House serves as the Wellness House, offering a residence for students to learn about and practice a holistic approach to making their minds and bodies healthier. Students living in the Wellness House have the option to work with a peer programming assistant to work on areas such as nutrition, fitness, alcohol, and drugs—and to assist with programming in these areas.

 

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Kelly Hall

160 HMKL Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

Kelly Hall serves as a residence for upperclassmen.

 

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LaForce Hall

160 HMKL Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

LaForce Hall, part of the Ross complex, offers singles and apartment-style living for upperclassmen.

 

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Lang Hall

160 HMKL Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

Lang Hall serves as a residence for upperclassmen.

 

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Le Chateau

139 Chateau Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1925, Le Chateau is modeled on the Pavillon Henri IV of the Chateau de Fontainebleau. It is home to the Grand Salon, classrooms, French Department offices, and residential rooms for nearly fifty students. Downstairs is a small theatre, once a student dining room, where various language departments stage plays.

Le Chateau was once the first and largest continuous "language house" in the country, where students were pledged to the use only of the foreign language of their study. It has long been home to the French School over the summer, serving as both a residence and an office building.

 

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Longwell House (Italian House)

90 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Longwell House serves as the Italian academic interest house, where students can live to improve their language skills. The house is a place where students of Italian can join the resident native-speaking teaching assistant for cafes and movies. The house acts as a learning center not only for the residents, but for all Italian students to practice their language skills and receive help with homework.

 

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Max Kade Center for German Studies (German House)

40 College St.
Middlebury, VT

The Max Kade Center is the German academic interest house, where students can live to improve their language skills. The Center was recently established to accommodate the large events that the German House sponsors, such as a German Techno-party, the weekly cafe, and departmental dinners.

 

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McKinley House

422 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

McKinley house is host to many catered events on campus and also serves as guest housing for visitors to Middlebury.

Meeker House

46 Porter Field Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Meeker House is one of the College's eight Superblock houses, which are one-year theme houses that primarily accommodate juniors and seniors. Its proximity to the arts center and to athletics makes it an attractive residence option for students.

 

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Milliken Hall

160 HMKL Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

Milliken is the home to sophomores living in the Ross Complex. It is connected to the Ross Dining Hall, and residents of Milliken enjoy beautiful views, as the building looks over the Ross Quad and the Champlain Valley.

 

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Munford House

139 South St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Munford House serves as the residence for the Intentional Living Academic Interest House.  Started as a Superblock in 2011, it transitioned into a special interest house in 2014.  This residential program came from a student initiative to create an environment that focuses on living intentionally in a diverse, mindful, and inclusive community.

 

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Norgay

Ridgeline Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Norgay one of the "mods," gives a group of seven students the opportunity to reside together.

 

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PALANA House

97 Adirondack View
Middlebury, VT 05753

PALANA (Pan-African, Latino, Asian, and Native American) is an Intercultural Academic Interest House for students with demonstrated leadership and academic interest in diversity and intercultural issues.

 

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Painter Hall

5 Old Chapel Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Painter Hall is a residence for upperclassmen. It is named for Gamaliel Painter, one of the College's founders. Originally called West College, Painter opened in 1816 and has previously housed the library, a gymnasium, and the dean's and registrar's offices. The oldest college building in Vermont, it was placed on the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places in 1990 due to its important historic and architectural value. Painter is also part of Old Stone Row, the three oldest buildings on Middlebury's campus.

 

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Palmer House

260 Ridgeline Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Opened in 1997, Palmer House is one of four houses that make up the Ridgeline houses. Palmer serves as a Superblock theme house during the academic year, and it houses Language School students and special program participants during the summer.

 

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Pearsons Hall

536 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Pearsons is a residence hall for sophomores in Cook Commons. It’s home to a popular lounge, as well as the Kade Room, a smart classroom that doubles as a reading and resource room for students of German.  Named for benefactor D.K. Pearsons, it was the first major dormitory built on the 35 acres Col. Joseph Battell '60 gave for a women's campus. Pearsons Hall was the home of the first summer Language School—of German—in 1915.

 

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Peary

Ridgeline Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Peary, one of the "mods," gives a group of seven students the opportunity to reside together.

 

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Perkins (Spanish House)

122 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Perkins serves as the Spanish academic interest house, where ten students live to advance their language skills. The house is a place where students of Spanish can come together with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant for cafes and movies. The house also acts as a learning center for all Spanish students to practice their language skills and receive help with homework.

 

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Porter House

37 Porter Field Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Porter House is a residence for upperclassmen.

 

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Portugese House

236 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

236 College Street serves as the Portugese academic interest house, where ten students live to advance their language skills. The house is a place where students of Portugese can come together with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant. The house also acts as a learning center for all Portugese students to practice their language skills and receive help with homework.

 

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Prescott House

188 Ridgeline Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 1997, Prescott House is one of four houses that make up the Ridgeline houses. Prescott serves as the Chromatic social house during the academic year, and it houses Language School students and special program participants during the summer.

 

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Ride

Ridgeline Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Ride, one of the "mods," gives a group of seven students the opportunity to reside together.

 

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Ross Tower

160 HMKL Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

Part of Ross Commons, these two-level suites are provide great senior housing.

 

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Self-Reliance Solar Decathlon House

44 Porter Field Rd
Middlebury, VT 05753

44 Porter Field Road is the site of Self Reliance, the College's first solar decathlon house. The home was built by students in 2009. Its three student residents conduct regular tours and programs at this living and learning center.

 

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Sperry House (Arabic House)

91 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Sperry serves as the Arabic academic-interest house, where Arabic-language students can improve their language skills. The house is a place where students of Arabic can come together with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant for cafés and movies. The house also acts as a learning center for all Arabic students to practice their language skills and receive help with coursework.

 

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Starr Hall

11 Old Chapel Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Starr Hall, a residence hall for upperclassmen, is a part of Old Stone Row, the three oldest buildings of the College. Completed in 1860, Starr Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Starr is named for Peter Starr, a Middlebury attorney and trustee from 1819–1860.

 

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Stewart Hall

167 Hepburn Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Stewart Hall is a first-year residence hall located at the heart of the campus. Stewart is situated in close proximity to athletic and dining facilities and the McCullough Student Center. Housing 156 students, Stewart Hall offers a great first-year living experience. It was originally erected as a men's dormitory in 1956.

 

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The Mill

98 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Mill is one of the College's Social Houses.

 

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Turner House

665 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Turner House serves as a residence for upperclassmen.

 

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Voter Hall

381 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 1913 as a chemistry building, Voter Hall, named for Perley Voter, a longtime chair of the chemistry department, serves today as both a residential hall and an academic space. With housing on upper floors, Voter's lower levels house the Italian, Arabic, and Chinese departments.

 

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Weybridge House

28 Weybridge St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Weybridge House is home to students who seek to inform themselves and the college community about pressing sustainability and food issues. House members form a community of supportive peers who have shared interests in examining our role as humans within greater natural systems. Through dinners and other events, Weybridge residents strive to live responsibly. Weybridge residents have a unique meal plan: instead of going to the college dining halls, residents order food in bulk from the main dining hall and cook for themselves as a community. They also supplement their diet with crops from the house's organic vegetable and herb garden.

 

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Language

99 Adirondack View

99 Adirondack View
Middlebury, VT 05753

99 Adirondack View serves as a residence for upperclassmen.

 

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Chinese House

108 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

108 South Main Street serves as the Chinese academic interest house, where students of Chinese can live to improve their language skills. It is a place where Chinese students can come together with the resident native-speaking lecturer. The house contains a living room area, dining room area, and kitchen, where the students take full advantage of cooking Chinese food.

 

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Freeman International Center

203 Freeman Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Stephen A. Freeman International Center includes classrooms and offices for the German, Russian, and Japanese Studies departments.

 

The building also houses the Jewish Center, where students come together each week for a Shabbat service followed by Friday evening dinner. The Jewish Center consists of a kitchen and a small meeting room used for the Jewish Center Speaker Series and weekly Hillel lunch meetings.

French House

51 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

51 Franklin Street serves as the French academic-interest house, where 10 students live to advance their language skills. The house is a place where students of French can interact with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant. The house also acts as a learning center for all French students to practice their language skills and receive help with coursework.

 

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Hebrew House

131 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

131 Franklin Street serves as the Hebrew academic interest house, where three Hebrew students can live to improve their language skills. The house acts as a learning center not only for the residents, but also for all Hebrew students to practice their language skills and receive help with homework.

 

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Japanese House

20 Adirondack View
Middlebury, VT 05753

20 Adirondack View serves as the Japanese academic interest house, where students of Japanese can live to improve their language skills. It is a place where Japanese students can come together with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant. The house contains a living room area, dining room area, and kitchen, where the students take full advantage of cooking Japanese food.

 

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Le Chateau

139 Chateau Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1925, Le Chateau is modeled on the Pavillon Henri IV of the Chateau de Fontainebleau. It is home to the Grand Salon, classrooms, French Department offices, and residential rooms for nearly fifty students. Downstairs is a small theatre, once a student dining room, where various language departments stage plays.

Le Chateau was once the first and largest continuous "language house" in the country, where students were pledged to the use only of the foreign language of their study. It has long been home to the French School over the summer, serving as both a residence and an office building.

 

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Longwell House (Italian House)

90 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Longwell House serves as the Italian academic interest house, where students can live to improve their language skills. The house is a place where students of Italian can join the resident native-speaking teaching assistant for cafes and movies. The house acts as a learning center not only for the residents, but for all Italian students to practice their language skills and receive help with homework.

 

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Max Kade Center for German Studies (German House)

40 College St.
Middlebury, VT

The Max Kade Center is the German academic interest house, where students can live to improve their language skills. The Center was recently established to accommodate the large events that the German House sponsors, such as a German Techno-party, the weekly cafe, and departmental dinners.

 

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Perkins (Spanish House)

122 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Perkins serves as the Spanish academic interest house, where ten students live to advance their language skills. The house is a place where students of Spanish can come together with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant for cafes and movies. The house also acts as a learning center for all Spanish students to practice their language skills and receive help with homework.

 

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Portugese House

236 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

236 College Street serves as the Portugese academic interest house, where ten students live to advance their language skills. The house is a place where students of Portugese can come together with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant. The house also acts as a learning center for all Portugese students to practice their language skills and receive help with homework.

 

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Sperry House (Arabic House)

91 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Sperry serves as the Arabic academic-interest house, where Arabic-language students can improve their language skills. The house is a place where students of Arabic can come together with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant for cafés and movies. The house also acts as a learning center for all Arabic students to practice their language skills and receive help with coursework.

 

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Sunderland Language Center

College Street
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Sunderland Language Center is a busy center for students, during both the academic year and the summer, when the Middlebury Language Schools are in session. In addition to housing offices for the Language Schools, the Middlebury C.V. Starr Schools Abroad, Off-Campus Study, and Media Services, Sunderland offers media editing rooms, 24-hour computer labs, and language laboratories.

Adjacent to the Sunderland Language Center is the Charles A. Dana Auditorium, the largest auditorium on campus. It hosts large events, as well as regular film showings.

Sunderland was originally built 1965 as the world's most technologically advanced language learning center.

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LIbrary & Technology

Chellis House

56 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Chellis House serves as the Women's and Gender Studies Resource Center, an informational, educational, and cultural resource for all students, staff, and faculty. The center houses a diverse collection of books relating to gender and gay studies in the Alison Fraker Library.

Established in 1993, the house was named for the first woman to graduate from Middlebury in 1886, valedictorian May Belle Chellis.

Davis Family Library

110 Storrs Ave.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Inaugurated in 2004, The Davis Family Library is Middlebury College's main library. The building is home to Library and Information Services (LIS) and the IT Help Desk, where students, faculty, and staff receive support for computing and technology issues.

The library also houses the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research, which provides tutoring services, coordinates the writing program, and assists faculty with research techniques.

McCardell Bicentennial Hall

287 Bicentennial Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 1999, McCardell Bicentennial Hall houses the departments of biology, chemistry, biochemistry, geography, geology, physics, and psychology. The building includes lecture halls, classrooms, laboratories, the Armstrong Science Library, offices, and student/faculty research spaces.

 

It also houses a variety of important scientific instruments, including a rooftop observatory, a scanning electron microscope, spectrometers, an aquatic lab, and a geographic information systems lab.

 

The building is a popular social and study space with students, with a wide variety of spacious and scenic study spots. It is also home to the state's largest window, which overlooks the Adirondack Mountains.

Sunderland Language Center

College Street
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Sunderland Language Center is a busy center for students, during both the academic year and the summer, when the Middlebury Language Schools are in session. In addition to housing offices for the Language Schools, the Middlebury C.V. Starr Schools Abroad, Off-Campus Study, and Media Services, Sunderland offers media editing rooms, 24-hour computer labs, and language laboratories.

Adjacent to the Sunderland Language Center is the Charles A. Dana Auditorium, the largest auditorium on campus. It hosts large events, as well as regular film showings.

Sunderland was originally built 1965 as the world's most technologically advanced language learning center.

The Axinn Center at Starr Library

Middlebury, VT 05753

The Donald Everett Axinn Center for Literary and Cultural Studies opened in 2008, and was built onto the existing Starr Library, which was constructed from Vermont marble for the College's centennial in 1900.

 

The Center is home to the History and English and American Literatures departments, as well as the programs in American Studies and Film and Media Culture. It features state-of-the-art classrooms, offices, screening rooms, a large media editing suite, and a winter garden.

Voter Hall

381 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 1913 as a chemistry building, Voter Hall, named for Perley Voter, a longtime chair of the chemistry department, serves today as both a residential hall and an academic space. With housing on upper floors, Voter's lower levels house the Italian, Arabic, and Chinese departments.

 

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Medical & Emergency

Parton Health Center

136 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Centeno House is home to the Parton Health Center, which treats students for both routine and primary health care needs. The facility is open to students around the clock at no cost. The health center employs a doctor, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses, and is located less than a mile from Porter Hospital, for emergency care. Centeno is also houses the Center for Counseling and Human Relations, where students, faculty, and staff can seek private, confidential counseling.

Public Safety

125 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

125 South Main Street is home to the college's Public Safety force. Open 24 hours a day, the officers are always accessible and make regular patrols around campus in the evening.

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Parking

Freeman Way Lot

Mahaney Center for the Arts Lot

McCardell Bicentennial Hall Lot

Ridgeline Woods Lot

Wright Memorial Theatre Lot

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Spiritual Life

Hathaway House

135 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Hathaway House is home to the Charles P. Scott Center for Religious Life and the Chaplain's Office. The Chaplain's Office coordinates religious activities for all faiths and denominations represented on campus, while the Scott Center facilitates the development and integration of religious, ethical, and intellectual practices of interested individuals on campus. The Center also offers a variety of spaces for student use: a living room, library, student study room, small kitchen, and a prayer room.

Mead Memorial Chapel

75 Hepburn Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1916, Mead Chapel is located on the highest point of the campus, its spire symbolizing the aspiration of the College. Over the portal are carved the words from Psalm 95:4, "The Strength of the Hills is His Also."

 

Mead Memorial Chapel is the center of much activity: The academic year is framed by Convocation in September and Baccalaureate in May. The College-Community Chorus performs here twice a year, while the Chamber Singers sing at official College services. The Chapel also hosts the largest lectures on campus, including recent appearances from Academy Award-winning composer Isaac Hayes, Nobel Laureates Seamus Heaney and Elie Wiesel, and CBS President Andrew Heyward.

Mead Chapel was the gift of Gov. John A. Mead '64, and is a New England meeting house constructed of white marble with a Greek colonnade in front. The carillon was expanded from nine to 48 bells in 1986, thanks to a generous gift from Jane and Allan Dragone '50. The carillon plays regularly and can be heard throughout campus.

St. Mary's Parish

326 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Although not affiliated with the college, St. Mary's Parish is one of many places for worship in Middlebury.

West Cemetery

Middlebury, VT 05753

West Cemetery, located just south of campus, is the resting place of many of Middlebury College's founders, including Gamaliel Painter, Seth Storrs, and Horatio Seymour.

The West Cemetery's first burials were in 1793. However, Prince Amun-Her-Khepesh-Ef, a two-year-old Egyptian prince who died in 1883 B.C.E. is also buried in the cemetery. His mummy was on display in the Sheldon Museum, but the humidity of Vermont led to the mummy's eventual deterioration.

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Student Life & Student Services

118 South Main Street

118 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

118 South Main Street is home to the Programs on Creativity and Innovation (PCI), the Center for Social Entrepreneurship (CSE), and Community Engagement (CE).

 

All three programs aim to support experiential learning for students: the PCI seeks to encourage students to think independently and creatively through funding for project or business ideas, the CSE offers opportunities to engage in social entrepreneurship through weekly speakers and individual project funding, and CE prepares students for lives of meaning and impact through service with programs that work to strengthen communities and contribute to the public good.

Adirondack House

534 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Originally known as Battell Cottage, Adirondack House serves as the home to the Center for Careers and Internships (CCI), as well as the Salzburg Seminar and the Davis World College Scholars program. CCI's advisers and resources focus on areas of career exploration, health professions, fellowships, and internships - both traditional and self-designed.

The college acquired the traditional, Victorian farmhouse in 1909 along with Twichell farm. The house was meant to serve as part of the Middlebury's women's campus, providing space for a large dining hall.

Battell Beach

63 Chateau Rd.
Middlebury, VT

The Battell Beach quadrangle is one of Middlebury's most popular places; it is the perfect place to relax, study, nap, or just hang out.

Bowker House

129 Adirondack View
Middlebury, VT 05753

Bowker House is a small residence that is also home to Xenia, the substance-free social house. It has a kitchen and a living room, where Xenia hosts its most popular events.

 

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Brackett House

428 Ridgeline Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 1997, Brackett House is one of four houses that make up the Ridgeline houses. Brackett serves as the Tavern social house during the academic year, and it houses Language School students and special program participants during the summer.

 

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Brainerd Commons House

132 Blinn Lane
Middlebury, VT 05753

Home to the Faculty Heads of Brainerd Commons, the house is host to numerous functions for faculty, students, and staff. Events range from lectures by guest speakers and dinner conversations, to film screenings and concert receptions.

Brooker House

404 Ridgeline Rd
Middlebury, VT 05753

Opened in 1997, Brooker House is one of four houses that make up the Ridgeline houses. Brooke serves as the college's outdoor interest house during the academic year, and it houses Language School students and special program participants during the summer.

 

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Cook Commons House

46 South St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Home to the Faculty Heads, 46 South Street is the Commons House of Cook Commons. It is host to numerous functions for faculty, students, and staff. Events range from dinner conversations with guest speakers to student presentations to discussions open to the whole Commons.

Dana Auditorium

College Street
Middlebury, VT 05753

Dana Auditorium, part of the Sunderland Language Center, is the largest auditorium on campus. Built in 1965, it hosts various speakers and lecturers, as well as film screenings for the campus community.

David W. Ginevan Recycling Center

809 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The David W. Ginevan Recycling Center has diverted more than 55% of the waste consumed on campus since 1994. Students are able to explore donated "gems" such as textbooks, futons, or lamps, that are in good condition. The Center is powered in part by a wind turbine.

Davis Family Library

110 Storrs Ave.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Inaugurated in 2004, The Davis Family Library is Middlebury College's main library. The building is home to Library and Information Services (LIS) and the IT Help Desk, where students, faculty, and staff receive support for computing and technology issues.

The library also houses the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research, which provides tutoring services, coordinates the writing program, and assists faculty with research techniques.

Forest Hall

496 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Forest Hall houses upperclassmen and Cook Commons sophomores. The Hall, constructed in 1936, derives its name from the forest that financed its being built. In 1915, Joseph Battell left the College mountain acreage, and the school sold a large portion of this acreage to Federal Government (for the Green Mountain National Forest).  The building also houses the Office of the Registrar.

 

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Freeman International Center

203 Freeman Way
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Stephen A. Freeman International Center includes classrooms and offices for the German, Russian, and Japanese Studies departments.

 

The building also houses the Jewish Center, where students come together each week for a Shabbat service followed by Friday evening dinner. The Jewish Center consists of a kitchen and a small meeting room used for the Jewish Center Speaker Series and weekly Hillel lunch meetings.

Gifford Hall

489 College St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

Built in 1940, Gifford Hall primarily houses Wonnacott College sophomores, as well as some upperclassmen. Gifford is also home to the Gamut Room, a student-run café and performance space in the building's basement.

 

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Hathaway House

135 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Hathaway House is home to the Charles P. Scott Center for Religious Life and the Chaplain's Office. The Chaplain's Office coordinates religious activities for all faiths and denominations represented on campus, while the Scott Center facilitates the development and integration of religious, ethical, and intellectual practices of interested individuals on campus. The Center also offers a variety of spaces for student use: a living room, library, student study room, small kitchen, and a prayer room.

Hepburn Hall

121 Hepburn Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Built in 1916, Hepburn Hall is a five-story residence hall in Brainerd Commons housing mainly sophomores and juniors. Hepburn Hall offers several study lounges, a large central lounge for Commons Council meetings, a classroom, and the production office for the student weekly newspaper, The Middlebury Campus.

 

A gift of A. Barton Hepburn, class of 1871, Hepburn Hall was built of yellow brick (now painted gray), and it once housed Hepburn's hunting trophies in the room above the lounge, now the Hepburn Zoo. Today, the Zoo is a black box theatre where many student productions take place each year.

 

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McCullough Student Center

14 Old Chapel Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

McCullough Student Center is the heart of student activity at the college, with offices for the Center for Campus Activities and Leadership, which advises student clubs.

McCullough also includes the Grille, a great on-campus location for casual dining. The Juice Bar on the first floor serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, including coffee, tea, and shakes. Midd-Express, the campus convenience store, is also located in McCullough, adjacent to the campus US mail service center and student mailboxes.

 

On the second floor, Wilson Hall is the site for regular student parties and other special events and presentations. Elsewhere in the building are the Mitchell Green Lounge, the Crest Room, and the SGA Office.

The building was originally constructed in 1912 as McCullough "Gymnaseum." Today, the popular campus restaurant, the Grille, occupies the space that once housed the "Gymnaseum" pool. The Student Center was renovated in 1998.

Nelson Recreation Center

219 South Main St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

 

The Nelson Recreation Center today serves as a multi-purpose facility, including for indoor tennis and intramural sports. For many years it was known as Duke Nelson Arena and was the home to Middlebury hockey.

 

The building was renovated and reopened in January of 2002 with a new surface suitable for tennis, badminton and volleyball. The north end of the facility has a state-of-the-art golf practice facility, complete with a hitting net, video camera and swing-analysis computer. The south end of the facility is home to Middlebury's climbing wall.

Nichols House

275 Weybridge St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Home to the Faculty Heads of Atwater Commons, Nichols House hosts numerous functions for faculty, students, and staff throughout the year.

Organic Garden

RT. 125
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Middlebury College Organic Garden is a community effort to grow food while fostering a land ethic, a community ethic, new ideas of sustainability, and what it means to live a good life.

 

The garden is student run and uses organic and permaculture practices to grow a variety of produce that the group sells to Middlebury Dining Services and donates to the local food shelter.

Proctor Hall

58 Hepburn Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Proctor Hall primarily serves as a student dining facility, with dining areas on two levels. On Friday nights, the student-run restaurant Dolci runs free-of-charge to those lucky enough to get tickets the night before.

 

The College Store, the Brainerd Commons offices, catering, bakery, WRMC radio station, and Redfield Proctor Dining Room are also found in Proctor.

Named for Redfield Proctor, trustee and devoted friend of the college, Proctor Hall was built in 1960.

Proctor Tennis Courts

Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

The Proctor Tennis Courts are home to Middlebury's men's and women's varsity tennis teams, but any member of the campus community may enjoy the courts.

Ross Commons House

26 Blinn Ln.
Middlebury, VT 05753

26 Blinn Lane is home to the Faculty Heads of Ross Commons. The house is host to numerous functions for faculty, students, and staff. Events range from lectures by guest speakers, to dinner conversations and film screenings.

Wonnacott Commons House

115 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Home to the Faculty Heads of Wonnacott Commons, the house is host to numerous functions for faculty, students, and staff. These events range from lectures by guest speakers to dinner conversations, and student presentations to Commons Council meetings.

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