Admissions Transfer to Marlboro
"I decided to transfer to Marlboro because I was unhappy with the direction my education had been taking. College just felt like a more complex version of high school with the generic lecture one day and then a test the next. I wanted to have more control over what I was being taught and not just have to take the courses my school required of me." - Katheryn Lloyd
Are you ready to transplant yourself to Marlboro?
At Marlboro, self-directed learning, close contact with faculty and control of your own academic direction are the norm. Through one-on-one tutorials, the Plan of Concentration and Town Meeting, students have a voice in all aspects of their education.
Marlboro welcomes applications from transfer students interested in joining our community. In fact, nearly 25% of Marlboro students begin their academic journey somewhere else. Transfers come to Marlboro from across the country and bring with them a variety of academic and extra-curricular experiences. Whether coming to Marlboro from a two or four year institution, a small liberal arts college or a large research university, transfer students share a common sense of self-motivation, intellectual promise and endless curiosity.
if you are curious to explore what your college experience would be like at Marlboro, we encourage you to learn more about the Plan of Concentration, faculty, and transferring credits. You may also want to check out the academic information for transfer students and financial aid pages. When you are ready to start the process of transplanting yourself to Marlboro, be sure to read thesteps to follow in applying, submit your Common Application online and arrange a campus visit.
The admissions staff will arrange for transfer students to speak with a faculty member in their area of interest. This will clarify what work, if any, will be required before the student may begin their Plan of Concentration.
Please contact the admissions office with any questions: 800-258-9236.