Middlebury combines an intense, personal education with a global perspective and an international network found nowhere else. With a focus on the environment, international education, and opportunities to apply the liberal arts, the College enables young people to develop cultural fluency and gives them the tools needed to solve complex problems

The College

  • Founded in 1800
  • Liberal arts and sciences college
  • Coeducational, residential
  • 350 acre main campus
  • $991 million endowment (as of 9/30/13)
  • Summer programs include the Middlebury College Language Schools, Bread Loaf School of English and the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference

Location Highlights

  • Located in a quintessential New England village
  • Nestled between the Green and Adirondack mountains
  • Easy access to Lake Champlain
  • 4 hours to Boston, 5 hours to New York City, 2 1/2 hours to Montreal

Unique Characteristics

  • 4-1-4 calendar includes 1 month long winter term
  • More than 50% of junior class studies abroad
  • Middlebury College has 36 study-abroad sites in 15 countries
  • February admission for 90-100 students
  • Students on campus from more than 75 countries