Starting in the fall of 2022, Middlebury will offer half-credit courses, which will either run at full strength for just the first or second half of the semester or run at “half-strength,” meaning that the class will meet more infrequently than usual classes throughout the entire semester.
The college administration, alongside the Student Government Association (SGA), the Russian department and individual student groups, have sent out emails in recent weeks with official statements and information regarding campus-wide talks and fundraising efforts.
The beginning of the spring semester brought a return to seemingly “normal” dining operations, with staff shifting schedules and dining hall procedures to fully accommodate indoor dining, regular Grille hours and the impending opening of the food truck.
The college has implemented increased testing, a five-day isolation period in line with updated CDC guidelines, a plan to return to in-person dining on Jan. 24.
Munras housing starts at $4,500 for a triple room, and is located within a 10 minute walk from classes and Institute facilities.
Middlebury faculty and staff who have worked at the college since July 1 will receive two extra vacation days and a $1,500 bonus this December, according to an email sent from the Vice President for Human Resources to all staff and faculty.
Exact events and programming has yet to be planned, but the focus of the center will be on community building.
SGA Justice Projects funding has granted the Anderson Freeman Center $110,000 to use for travel-learning trips and speaker events throughout the year.
Sixty-five students began the semester living at Bread Loaf, but several have successfully moved out in recent weeks due to rooms opening up on campus or due to ADA accommodations. The college is housing undergraduates at the Bread Loaf campus for the first time to accommodate more than 300 extra ...
While classes are largely held in-person this fall, professors have had to move some classes temporarily online while awaiting Covid-19 tests.