Moving to Boston…

Updates on what’s next for Marlboro.

Marlboro College is moving its academic program, including faculty and students, to Emerson College. Marlboro College will only have limited operations beginning on June 30, 2020 and will cease operations on the Vermont campus at the close of the final graduate spring trimester on August 15th.

Please find below information regarding continuing services for members of the Marlboro community. This list will change as more services move to Emerson.

Registrar registrar@marlboro.edu
Financial Aid finaid@marlboro.edu
Human Resources hr@marlboro.edu
Information Technology it@marlboro.edu
Business Office accountspayable@marlboro.edu

The Marlboro College Archive is in transition to the Silver Special Collections Library at the University of Vermont. All inquiries can be directed to:

Silver Special Collections Library
48 University Place, Room B201
Burlington, VT 05405
(802) 656-2138
uvmsc@uvm.edu

All other questions can be directed to Verdolino & Lowey, P.C. at 508-549-5790 or marlborocollege@vlpc.com 

For inquiries related to the campus, please contact https://www.degreesoffreedom.org/

 

Marlboro graduates Class of 2020

Final class demonstrates resilience and determination against all odds.

A Landscape of Interactions

Kristen Thompson ’19 explores sustainable land use from farm to fiction in her Plan of Concentration.

 

The Philosophy of Fashion

Raghavendra Rathore ’91 designs with “emotion and a sense of responsibility.”

 

Broomball 2020

Students, faculty, staff, and alumni compete for the coveted golden broom

Marlboro’s faculty to student ratio is
5 to 1

— one of the lowest in the US.

97%

of alumni say that Marlboro’s emphasis on self-directed learning has helped them continue to identify, develop, and pursue their ideas and interests.

Our average class size is
7

students.

Our campus has
17

miles of hiking and jogging trails on 350 acres.

The average number of books checked out by Marlboro students each year from our library system:
40

The national average is 6.

Average inches of snowfall in Marlboro:
91

That’s a lot of snow sculptures!

Cost for cookies from the cookie drawer:
Free

(a coveted dining hall tradition)

Number of fast-food chains on campus:
zero
93%

of Marlboro graduates say their education prepared them well for graduate school or further academic study.

 

“If you’re interested, that will grow.”

Emmanuel Miller talks about academics and community at Marlboro.

A Historic Partnership

For 69 years, Marlboro Music has held its summer community on Marlboro’s hilltop campus. Learn more about our partnership.