Marlboro College

Academics Apply to Movies from Marlboro - Spring 2014

 

VISITING STUDENTS

If you are not a current Marlboro College student, complete the Visiting Student Application below. In addition, you need to submit the following supplements:

  1. Statement of Interest: In 500-750 words, tell us about your current film passions, your future film-related plans, your reasons for participating in the program, and what you will contribute as a member of the team. 
  2. One Letter of Recommendation: Please send us one letter of recommendation from a person who knows you, has taught you, and/or has worked with you on a film or media related project. 
  3. Official College Transcript: one copy; must be mailed

Email the above to admissions@marlboro.edu or mail to:

Marlboro College Admissions
PO Box A
Marlboro, VT 05344

All applicants are also requred to interview (in person or on the phone) with professor Jay Craven. We will be in touch to schedule an interview once you have begun the application process. 

 

CURRENT MARLBORO STUDENTS

Submit the following to Amanda Whiting in the registrar's office (awhiting@marlboro.edu):

  1. Statement of Interest: In 500-750 words, tell us about your current film passions, your future film-related plans, your reasons for participating in the program, and what you will contribute as a member of the team. 
  2. One Letter of Recommendation: Please send us one letter of recommendation from a person (besides Jay Craven) who knows you, has taught you, and/or has worked with you on a film or media related project. 
  3. Copy of Unofficial College Transcript

Once your application is complete, Jay Craven will contact you to schedule an interview. 

 


Visiting Student Application 

Please submit the following information if you wish to apply for Movies from Marlboro.

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