Middlebury College Visit Report by flnewenglander
Visit to Middlebury College in May 2007 by flnewenglander(Student, HS Class of 2008)
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Information Session: Yes - The assistant director of admissions gave the session- she told us everything we needed to know and said the predictable things. Not alot of time for questions though, she talked the solid hour.
Campus Tour: Yes - Once again, predictable descriptions. It was nice, though, to see the campus, because it is gorgeous.
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Campus Visit Notes for Middlebury College
The drive to campus is definetely through rural Vermont- gorgeous! However, the campus really is in a rural area. The college owns a ski/snowboard mountain for the students to use that is definetely a plus. Burlington is about an hour north, with more entertainment options. The college is honestly in the middle of nowhere. No wonder that the students do so well- there isnt that much to do! Its location in the mountains of northern Vermont means that it is COLD- however, our tour guide was from Hawaii and said that it was easily adaptable to. Midd is definetely known for its languages- they have a language dining hall where each language has a table and a waiter that speaks that language. That is certainly a plus. I'm still applying to Midd, but the visit didnt cement it as my top choice.
Dining/Restaurant Recommendations or Comments:
Carol's coffee is cute and has a good selection, but there seems to be a good meal plan on campus. I'm not kidding- the mexican place is not a good choice.