Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Samson Center by Lucy Jodlowska

Students flock to the Samson Center - the hub of campus life - to study, grab a bite to eat, or meet with their classmates. Photo by Lucyna Jodlowska

Admissions Building

Our Admissions Office is located in the former home of writer John Steinbeck.

Admissions sign with McCone in Background

Outside the Admissions office. Photo by Lucyna Jodlowska.

Students relaxing outside

Students relaxing in the beautiful California sunshine. Photo by Lucyna Jodlowska.

Flags outside McCone

The McCone building houses faculty offices for the Translation and Interpretation program and the International Policy Programs. Photo by Lucyna Jodlowska.

Flags on Morse Bldg

Flags representing the students from over 60 countries who are studying at the Institute.

A View of the Admissions Office

Our Admissions Office is housed in one of California's oldest and most historical adobes.

Student Crowds at Bazaar

Each Spring, students showcase music, food and culture from around the world at the MIIS International Bazaar.

Professional development at MIIS

Our English for Diplomats program at our Custom Language Services (CLS) provides professional development for government officials from around the world. Photo by Lucyna Jodlowska.