Marlboro College is intentionally small. Individual undergraduates are seen, heard, known, and valued - not just by a few friends and professors but by virtually everyone on campus. Students connect in meaningful ways with fellow community members—from library staff to the president—every day, and come to know one another as independent thinkers through self directed learning, conversation-based classes, and small group tutorials. If you are an independent thinker and have a passion for learning, you will find here a community of scholars unlike any other. If you have participated in a governor's institute during your high school years, we offer a special Governor's Institutes Scholarship to encourage you to give Marlboro a closer look.
Of course the best way to decide if Marlboro is right for you is to come to campus. Join us for a campus visit and have the opportunity to tour campus, attend a class, and participate in an admissions interview. If you have any questions, contact our staff. We are here to to make your transition to a self-directed college experience an engaging one.