Undergraduate Community Life: An Ongoing, Collective Creation

Our undergraduate community of 300 students is exceptionally close-knit, fiercely egalitarian, and passionately engaged in every aspect of life on Marlboro’s Potash Hill. As a member of this community, you will share in the collective responsibility of sustaining and strengthening campus life through your participation in Town Meeting, committee work, and any other activities that interest and excite you—from cross-country skiing with the O.P. (Outdoor Program) to writing and directing your own play to cultivating vegetables on Marlboro’s organic farm.

The Marlboro undergraduate community is truly what you and your peers make it. What will you help make happen?

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Graduate Community Life: Building a Professional and Personal Network

Whether interacting face-to-face at our graduate campus in Brattleboro or virtually through Google Hangout, Marlboro graduate students connect regularly in small working groups. They come to know each other as independent thinkers, project teammates, working professionals, and friends. As a member of the graduate student community, your fellow classmates will become the first and strongest circle in your Marlboro network. Other key circles in your network include your professors—all of them professional practitioners with active ties to their respective fields—and the various partners with whom Marlboro collaborates, from past and current capstone sponsors to other progressive-minded institutions.

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