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Facilities & Directions


Virtue Field House
Middlebury’s newest athletic facility, Virtue Field House, opened in January of 2015.

The 110,000-square-foot structure houses the New Balance Foundation Track, a 200-meter track with nine 60-meter sprint lanes. Dedicated jumping, vaulting and throwing areas beyond the oval for field events are also part of the facility, as is McCormick Field, a 21,000-square-foot Field Turf surface inside the track for varsity, club, intramural and recreational purposes. The field house will enable Middlebury to host regional and NCAA Championship meets for the first time in school history.

The facility also features a cardio balcony with over 30 pieces of exercise equipment. Locker rooms, multiple batting cages and a multipurpose/fitness area are also a part of the building as well as a coaching suite.

The massive field house, with more indoor area than a football field, also has numerous sustainability features including: eight 24-foot-wide ceiling fans to circulate air, LED lighting, recycled material in the flooring, super insulated walls and ceiling, abundant amounts of natural light and numerous spaces designed for multiple uses. Middlebury plans to seek an LEED Gold designation for the project from the U.S. Green Building Council.

The field house and squash center (which opened in October 2013) were fully funded by gifts from alumni, parents and other donors.


Kohn Field
Kohn Field is a state-of-the art field hockey and lacrosse facility that opened in the spring of 2000. The field was named in honor of the late Peter Kohn, a friend of Middlebury College since he arrived on campus in 1980.

The 240' by 360' all-weather surface affords teams use of an outdoor facility during inclement weather and during the early spring when the ground may be snow covered. The field was fully renovated in the summer of 2011 with a brand-new padded surface. Lights were also added to the facility, allowing for less missed class time with evening practices and the occasional night game. Also added was a state-of-the-art watering system, creating the optimal conditions for field hockey games.


GPS Address | 219 South Main Street, Middlebury, VT 05753

Middlebury College is located in west-central Vermont in the town of Middlebury. The town of Middlebury is a two-and-a-half hour drive from Montreal, about four hours from both Boston and Hartford, five hours from New York City and six-and-a-half hours from Philadelphia.

FROM AREAS IN THE REGION
From Burlington International Airport:
Coming out of the airport turn left on Airport Road.  At the stop light, cross the intersection onto Kennedy Drive.  At the second light, enter Rt. 189 West to Rte. 7. At the intersection of Rte. 7, turn left and continue south to Middlebury (30 miles). At the large white Congregational Church, turn right and continue through town bearing right onto Rte. 125. Go past St. Mary's Church and the College is on the left.

From New York:
I-87 (Northway) North to Exit 20.  Go east on Rte. 149 (Glens Falls area) to Rte. 4 (Whitehall, N.Y.) to Vermont. At Exit 4 (Castleton, Vt.), take Rte. 30 North to Middlebury.

From Connecticut:
I-91 North to Springfield/Ludlow, Vt. exit.  Then take Rte. 103 to Rt. 7 (Rutland) and go North on Rte. 7 to Middlebury.

From Maine:
I-95 South to Exeter, N.H. Take Rte. 101 West to Concord, N.H. Take I-93 North to I-89 North into Vermont. At Queechee, Vt. (Exit 1), take Rte. 4 west to Rte. 7 (Rutland) and north to Middlebury.
 OR
Stay on I-89 to North Bethel, Vt. (Exit 3). Take Rte. 107 West to 100 North to 125 West (over Middlebury Mountain) to Middlebury
(NOT for buses).

From Eastern Massachusetts:
I-93 North to I-89 North into Vermont. Take Exit 1 (Queechee) to Rte. 4 West to Rte. 7 North to Middlebury.
 OR
Stay on I-89 to North Bethel, Vt. (Exit 3). Take Rte. 107 West to 100 North to 125 West (over Middlebury Mountain) to Middlebury
(NOT for buses).

From Central Massachusetts:
I-91 North to Springfield/Ludlow, Vt. exit. Take Rte. 103 to Rte. 7 North (Rutland) then North on Rte. 7 to Middlebury.

From Western Massachusetts:
At Pittsfield, MA take Rt. 7 North to Middlebury.