Here are some quick facts about Marlboro College.
Undergraduate Student Body Profile
- Number of states represented: 35
- Graduated from public high school: 73 percent
- Graduated from private high school: 14 percent
- Home schooled or received GED: 13 percent
- Countries in which students spent a full semester in 2017-18: Egypt, Canada, Israel, Germany, France, Costa Rica
Graduate Student Body Profile
- Number of states represented: 12
- Most common states of origin: Vermont (58 percent), Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Connecticut
- A sample of undergraduate schools attended: University of Vermont, University of Massachusetts, Smith College, Harvard University, Keene State College, Middlebury College, Marlboro College
- Most common professions: Educators, nonprofit administrators, business managers, entrepreneurs, health care workers, IT coordinators, librarians
- Employed by, for example: Bennington School District, Newburyport Capital, U.S. Army, Vermont Foodbank, Omega Optical, Brattleboro Retreat, Youth Services, Vermont Department of Labor, Human Capital Foundation, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, PJ Martini Solar International
- Average age: 39; range from 20 to 65
- Gender ratio: 69 percent female, 31 percent male
After Marlboro, Graduate Program
- Graduates “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with the academic experience at Marlboro: 88 percent
- Most common alumni occupations (in order of popularity): educator, web designer, computer programmer, IT professional, academic technologist
- Graduates reporting working in a job related to their graduate degree: 76 percent
- Graduates reporting that Marlboro experience helped prepare them to be successful in their career: 88 percent
- Graduates reporting frequently using skills learned at Marlboro in their daily work: 84 percent
- Graduates reporting a increased salary after Marlboro degree: 34 percent
- Value of physical plant: $18.4 million
- Endowment: $37.6 million
- Annual operating budget: $13.5 million
- Average annual fund-raising: $2.0 million unrestricted; $2.0 million restricted
- Fiscal Year: July 1 - June 30
Common Data Set
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University and College Accountability Network
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National Center for Education Statistics
Data about cost, types of students enrolled, graduation rates, and other Marlboro data collected by The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education.