Marlboro College

Admissions Applying to Marlboro

Marlboro is accepting applications for Fall 2014 admission!

Student in Chem LabIf you are looking for an intentionally small, intellectually demanding liberal arts school where students are seen, heard, known, and valued, Marlboro College would be a great college choice for you.

Marlboro assesses student potiential in the unique context of each applicant's experience, without the confines of GPAs or standardized test scores. There is no formula for what makes a student a "good fit" for Marlboro, but applicants are reviewed with an eye towards intellectual promise, self-motivation, self-discipline, and ability to positively contribute to our community.

To apply, follow the guidelines below and see special considerations for first-year students, transfers, international students, homeschooled students, and veterans.

Important Dates

Marlboro admits students through Early Decision, Early Action, and Regular Decision plans. While we encourage students to submit applications by the priority deadline, the admissions office continues to accept applications on a rolling basis. Contact the admissions office if you have missed a deadline.

 Priority DeadlineNotificationDeposit Due
Early Decision November 15 December 1 December 16
Early Action January 15 February 1 May 1
Regular Decision Rolling Rolling May 1
Fall Transfer April 1 April 15 May 1
Spring Transfer November 15 December 1 December 14

 

How to Apply

Non-Discrimination Statement

It is the policy of Marlboro College not to discriminate in its admissions program, student services or hiring practices on the basis of race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, ethnic origin, age, or disability. Inquiries regarding discrimination should be made to the Compliance Coordinator, Marlboro College, Marlboro, Vermont 05344, 802-257-4333.

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