Graduate Admissions

Marlboro College takes a human-scale approach to graduate education, and this approach is reflected in our admissions process. Forms and transcripts are important, but we think it’s far more important to learn about your individual goals and make sure that Marlboro is going to be the best way for you to reach them. Our admissions process is human-scaled, and you will get to know us as we get to know you.

Going to graduate school is a big decision. Our job is to give you all the tools you need to make the best decision for you. So if you’re thinking of launching the next stage of your career at Marlboro, call Matt Livingston, Director of Graduate Admissions, at (802) 258-9209 or (888) 258-5665 x209, or email him at admissions@gradschool.marlboro.edu.

LEARNING AND DOING

Our project-based curriculum provides opportunities to integrate what you’re learning in class with what you’re doing in the workplace.
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TAKE A COURSE

Thinking about a Marlboro master’s or certificate program? You can test the waters by taking a single course from one of our programs.
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The community bids a fond farewell to President Ellen McCulloch-Lovell

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