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Midd Libraries Quick Guide

Find, evaluate, and use information available at the library.

Middlebury Libraries

Davis Family Library

With holdings numbering in the hundred of thousands and 143,000 square feet of space, the College's main library on Storrs Avenue has great collections and plenty of quiet spaces to study.

Armstrong (Science) Library

The Armstrong Library is located in Bicentennial Hall. It houses 108,000 volumes and 81,000 maps, with support for biology, chemistry, biochemistry, computer science, environmental studies, geography, geology, neuroscience, physics, and psychology. There are comfortable places to study and amazing views of the Adirondack Mountains.

(Bread Loaf) Davison Library

The Davison Memorial Library supports the Bread Loaf School of English and the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference each summer. The collection is focused on English and American literature. The Davison Library is only open during these summer programs.

Places to Study

Davis Family Library

Davis Family Library features traditional carrels, tabletops, group study rooms, labs, and public computers. Study rooms of various sizes are available to book -- please see more information, including policies and conditions, by clicking the button below or going to go/bookaroom/.

Armstrong (Science) Library

Armstrong Science Library features traditional carrels, tabletops, a group study room and public computers. Study rooms of various sizes are available to book -- please see more information, including policies and conditions, by clicking the button below or going to go/bookaroom/.

Davis Family Library Map

Armstrong Science Library