Middlebury College resources

Health Service
Centeno House (Parton Center for Health and Wellness)
Monday - Friday; 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Our medical staff provides comprehensive acute health care for Middlebury students. We assist them in meeting their health needs and encourage healthy choices and health maintenance. Students can see a nurse in our clinic on a walk-in basis. If your health need requires an appointment with our physician or one of our three nurse practitioners, our nursing staff will schedule an appointment for you during our weekday clinic hours.
Health and Wellness Education
Barbara McCall
Office email address: [email protected]
222 Service Building
Mental Health Promotion
Madeline Hope
225 Service Building
Centeno House (Parton Center for Health and Wellness)
We are committed to providing the best care we can to the Middlebury College Community through counseling, advocacy, consultation, and education
MiddSafe Peer Advocate Hotline
Emily Wagner
227A Service Building
By appointment (M-F 8:15am - 5pm)
Title IX and Sexual Violence Resources
Marti McCaleb, Civil Rights and Title IX Coordinator
Service Building
Alcohol and Other Drug Education
Kevin Kareckas
224 Service Building
The Commons
The Commons is Middlebury’s unique living-learning residential system that weaves the academic, social, and residential components of college life into an integrated community experience. Through the Commons, we provide students with the structure and support for exploration and growth, and the freedom to govern their own intellectual, cultural, and social development.
Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life
Hathaway House
Monday - Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm
We are educators, compassionate caregivers, ritual leaders, and advocates. We help create a campus atmosphere that is open to religious faith and practice, and encourages moral reflection and spiritual development. The Chaplain's Office exists as an expression of the College's longstanding commitment to the education of the whole person. For over two centuries, Middlebury College has strived to be a place where a student's intellectual, spiritual, and moral character can grow and flourish. This is the meaning of the College's motto, Scientia et Virtus, knowledge and virtue. With a geographically diverse student body, our campus is home to a rich spectrum of the earth's religious traditions. We create opportunities for fruitful interfaith dialogue and to foster respect for the religious beliefs and practices of the people who make up the Middlebury community. We offer our support to many different student religious organizations and also connect people to a variety of nearby faith communities.
Student Accessibility Services
TTY: 802.443.5936
Jodi Litchfield, ADA Coordinator: [email protected]
Service Building 222
As of the academic year of 2015-2016, approximately 1 in every 11 students at Middlebury has self-identified as having a disability of some kind.
If you have a documentable learning disability, or other form of disability, identify yourself! Our office provides confidential services and reasonable accommodations for students who have needs affecting their learning, vision, hearing, speech, mobility, and physical and psychological health. Such services can include, for example, the assigning of note takers or readers or scribes, access to scanners, screen-reading software with voice synthesizers or large-print software, interpreting services, extended time on tests, and much more. If you think we can help, please make an appointment to learn how to take advantage of all we can offer!
Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research
Davis Family Library 225
The Center for Teaching, Learning & Research fosters teaching excellence, effective student learning, innovative research and collaborative engagement across the Middlebury community.
Davis Family Library
110 Storrs Ave.
Technology Helpdesk
Davis Family Library, room 202
Submit a ticket using our Web Help Desk system at go/webhelpdesk
Center for Careers and Internships
Adirondack House
Whether you’re looking for an internship, wondering about a career, or just gathering information, the Center for Careers and Internships is the place to start.
From your first-year, to your last semester, and beyond, we are here to help. Let’s explore what’s next!
Department of Public Safety
Emergency line: 802.443.5911
Business line: 802.443.5133
125 S. Main St.
The mission of the Department of Public Safety is to support the educational goals of the college by delivering services that enhance and protect the college community.
An environment conducive to learning requires a commitment from each student, faculty member, staff member, and visitor to uphold the ideals of community living. It is the role of the members of the Department of Public Safety to ensure that those ideals are held in high regard by enforcing College policies, laws and ordinances, protecting property and persons, and offering services that contribute to an effective living and learning environment.
We welcome you to contact us with any questions or concerns either by email, or telephone.
Student Financial Services
Service Building
Student Financial Services is your one stop shop for Financial Aid, Education Financing, and Student Accounts. Our responsibilities include the areas of financial aid counseling and awarding, student account and education financing issues, payment plans, and loan repayment. We serve all student populations on campus (including first-year and transfer applicants and returning undergraduates) and attending the Summer Language Schools, the C.V. Starr-Middlebury Schools Abroad, the Bread Loaf School of English, the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, and the Middlebury-Monterey Language Academy.
Middlebury Institute at Monterey Students
Referrals to counseling services and in-the-moment support are available through the WellConnect Student Assistance Program.
Fitness activities information is available online here.
For Disability support and accommodations, Title IX and Sexual Violence Resources, please contact Associate Dean of Student Services Ashley Arrocha: 831-647-4128, [email protected]
In the case of an emergency, please review emergency contact information.

CampusWell resources

If you have a life-threatening emergency, always call 911 for ambulance transportation to a hospital.
Self-Care Guide

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The Trevor Project

National Sexual Assault Hotline

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

National Institute of Mental Health

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous