GENERAL RESOURCES ON CAMPUS
The Access and Parking Services Office
is responsible for:
- Midd Card ID production
- ID Card replacement and payment questions
- Production of College Driver’s License cards
- Vehicle registration, permitting and payment questions
- Residential key control and billing
This office is located in the lobby of the Department of Public Safety at 125 South Main Street.
Access and Parking Services Office hours during the Summer Programs:
Monday – Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m. and noon to 5 p.m.
Sunday – closed
Access and Parking Services can also be reached by phone: 802.443.5625.
When the Access and Parking Services office is closed, Public Safety officers can provide limited assistance for:
- Temporary access cards
- Replacement housing keys
- Temporary parking permits
There is a phone in the vestibule at the Dept. of Public Safety that can be used to contact an officer.
On any of the summer program move-in dates, Public Safety officers can assist late arrivals by providing the arrival packet, housing key or assistance with accessing Self Service Banner (touchpad door code)
The Department of Public Safety provides 24/7 dispatch services, patrol services, emergency response, escorts, and parking enforcement.
To access the Middlebury College Library web page, click here
For information about the Mahaney Arts Center at Middlebury College, please click here
Information regarding the Middlebury Museum of Art can be found here
Information regarding the Office of the Registrar can be found here
All students are expected to be covered by their own health insurance plans during the period that they are with the Middlebury Language Schools.
The Parton Center for Health and Wellness offers a variety of health services and counseling to students participating in our Vermont campus summer programs.
Information regarding recreational facilities on campus can be found here
Information regarding summer religious services can be found here (2019 information will be available by June 1).
TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES ON CAMPUS
The Course Hub
is Middlebury College’s gateway to course content for students and faculty. The Semester Dashboard shows you the latest updates from all of your courses – at a glance you can see if there have been new updates on the course blog, electronic reserves, or any other connected resources.
Canvas is Middlebury’s Learning Management System, a digital learning environment used by some of the Language Schools. A course written specifically for students, with clear instructions for how to navigate and participate in a Canvas course, is available here.
General information regarding how students, faculty and staff can print on campus can be found at go/print.
The printer you use depends on whether you are a student, faculty, staff, or guest. There are a number of printers for general use on campus. These locations can be found through go/printloc.
Specific information on printing for Language Schools’ faculty, staff and students is located at here. You may also refer to the printing wiki.
Middlebury College’s Information Technology Services has developed a Summer Technology Guide
(Summer 2019 version will be available by June 1). It covers many useful topics including email, wireless access, public computing facilities and file storage on campus.
Need help? Drop by the Technology Helpdesk
in the Davis Family Library, Room 202, or submit a ticket
using our Web Help Desk system. You may also call the Helpdesk at 802.443.2200.
The National Bank of Middlebury has ATMs located in the McCullough Student Center and the Davis Family Library. It accepts Plus, Cirrus, Yankee 24, NYCE, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX, and National Bank of Middlebury cards.
Bicycles are available for free 24-hour check-out from Davis Family Library to those who have ID cards with loaner bike stickers on the back. To get a sticker, visit go/bikeshare or the Bike Shop website
. After accepting the Terms and Conditions, the Shop will send rental stickers to the Mail Center. Please affix them to the back of your own ID to check out a bike from the library.
The Addison County Chamber of Commerce website
contain many details about local businesses. For information on outdoor activities, try the Trail Finder