Residential Guest Notification

Middlebury students living on campus are permitted to host guests in their residence hall/house room for a limited time. A guest is defined as anyone who is not enrolled as a Middlebury College student and who is present overnight in a campus residence hall room at the invitation of a resident student of the room. This definition includes a student's family members and friends.

As a residential community, the right of students to live in reasonable security and privacy takes precedence over the privilege of their roommate or hall-mates to host a guest in their room, suite, or apartment. Guests on campus must agree to and abide by all Middlebury Handbook policies, and in particular, the Residential Policies and Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy.  If a guest violates Middlebury policies, becomes an annoyance to other residents of the hall, or is disruptive of the Middlebury community, the host’s guest privileges will be revoked and the guest will be required to leave campus immediately.

Any student hosting a personal guest on campus must register the guest through this online form.

Host Information
The following questions relate to the student who will be hosting the guest.
Guest Information
The following section relates to the guest being hosted.
Students in double/triple rooms must obtain their roommate's consent before registering their guest. For students living in suites, townhouses or small house, it is expected that your will also receive the consent of your suite or house-mates. I confirm that I have received the consent of my roommates/suitemates/housemates to have a guest in my room.