Middlebury

Student Accounts

Middlebury College students will be need a Middlebury student network/email account in order to be granted access to various college related services and resources. This account will be created for the student upon completing the admission process for the current or upcoming term once their deposit has been received.

If a student account appears to be missing, please walk through the following questions to understand the best way to proceed.

Has the student made their deposit for the upcoming September or February term?

If this deposit has been made within the last week, it may take up to 4 to 5 business days to process the deposit and receive an account. If more than 5 or 6 days have passed and you will do not have account, please continue to the other questions below.

Is the student entering Middlebury College for an upcoming term as an Undergraduate or Exchange (Foreign or Domestic) Student?

If the student is entering an upcoming Spring, Fall, or Winter term as an Undergraduate or exchange student at Middlebury College, and has made a deposit, then the account should be created. Please open a ticket with Administrative Systems through the Web Help Desk for further assistance using the following link: Web Help Desk

Is the student attending a summer program for the upcoming summer term?

The Summer Programs including all of the Language Schools, the Bread Loaf School of English, the Foodworks program, the School of Environment, as well as the High School and Audit Summer students are processed in the spring to prepare for the summer term in a coordinated effort between Administrative Systems and the various Summer Program departments. This does take time and a Web Help Desk ticket can be opened to inquire if the process has been completed if a student account is missing.

However, there are also some unique circumstances. Please review below to see if these unique circumstances apply to your situation before opening a Web Help Desk Ticket.

  1. Is the student attending the Bread Loaf School of English at Andover? Students of Andover are not added as a part of the summer program process. Please contact the Bread Loaf School of English if you have any questions regarding these students.
  2. Is the student a Doctorate of Modern Languages (DML) student? DML students are not processed with the Summer Program students. Please refer to the DML information provided above.

Is the student attending the Doctorate of Modern Languages (DML) Program?

The DML program has two different types of students: Enrolled and Non Enrolled.

Please review below to see if these unique circumstances apply to your situation before opening a Web Help Desk Ticket.

  1. Has the DML student recently changed their language?If the student has recently switched their language of study, their distribution groups may need to be changed in order to still have access to the resources they require. Please contact the Registrar's office to ensure the student has been placed in the proper distribution groups for their new language of study.
  2. Is the student a Non-Enrolled DML student? Please open a Web Help Desk Ticket to have the issue addressed using the following link: Web Help Desk

Is the student temporarily withdrawn?

If the student has been temporarily withdrawn from the current term, then certain access requiring their network/email account will not be available for this term.

Has the student officially received their degree?

Once the student has received their degree, they will lose access to certain groups that they previously had access to as a student.
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