Transfer Students

The individualized course of study and self-governing community at Marlboro contrasts with many other colleges and universities. Marlboro welcomes applications from transfer students interested in joining our close-knit learning environment. In fact, nearly 25 percent 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 that are valued and celebrated here. 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. An interactive way to discover how Marlboro could help you to find your path, is to attend one of our Transfer Discovery Days, which are events specific to transfer students. Potential transfer students are also welcome at Fall Open House and Winter Visit Day.

When you are ready to start the process of transplanting yourself to Marlboro, be sure to read the steps to follow in applying, submit your Common Application or the Marlboro College Application online, and arrange a campus visit.

As a transfer student, the admissions staff will arrange for you to speak with a faculty member in your area of interest. This will clarify what new inspiration you can find at Marlboro and what work, if any, will be required before you begin your Plan of Concentration.

Please contact the admissions office with any questions: via email or call 800-343-0049 or 802-258-9236.

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.