Visiting

The best way to discover if one of Marlboro's innovative graduate programs is right for you is to visit. Marlboro offers several "open residencies" each year, opportunities to engage directly with other graduate students and their mentors in the same inspiring setting that they enjoy once each month. See below for details on the next open residency. If making one of these weekends is not possible for you, we offer alternative "virtual info sessions" to meet with admissions staff, faculty, and other prospective students through an online platform and explore how Marlboro can best meet your needs. If you are unable to attend one of these sessions, please reach out to the admissions staff at (802) 258-9209 to schedule your own personal visit or just learn more.

Open Residency Weekend

MSM / MBA / EdTech / Teaching for Social Justice / and TESOL

Marlboro students join our community to develop the skills they need to grow, not only as professionals, but as people. Before you can do things to change the world, you need to be the sort of person who gets things done. That's where we come in. Come meet our dedicated faculty and students, sit in on a class, join us for a meal, tour campus, and learn all about what our programs can do for you. 

Contact the admissions staff to schedule a visit.

Virtual Info Sessions

English for Refugees Fellowship

Schedule a Personalized Info Session Today

Join admissions for a one-on-one Q & A session about this rigorous and compassionate program. Topics will include: curriculum, career trajectory, financial aid, and the admissions process. We know graduate school is a big investment, and this is the best way to find out if we're the right program for you.

This is a virtual info session. We'll be using a program called GoToMeeting. You'll receive login credentials as soon as you register. Contact Admissions to register.

 

MANAGEMENT

Monday, November 27, 2017 • 7 pm (EST)

Join us to learn about the management programs with program chair Travis Hellstrom, assistant director Kelsa Summer, and our admissions team. Current students and alumni will also join the webinar to share their stories about the program and answer your questions.

This is a virtual info session. You'll receive login credentials when you register. Contact Admissions to register.

  

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Thursday, November 30, 2017 • 6 pm (EST)

Join us to learn about the TESOL program with program chair Beverly Burkett, assistant director Kelsa Summer, and our admissions team. Current students and alumni will also join the webinar to share their stories about the program and answer your questions.

This is a virtual info session. You'll receive login credentials when you register. Contact Admissions to register.

  

Teaching for Social Justice

Thursday, November 16, 2017 • 6 pm (EST)

Join us to learn about the Teaching for Social Justice program with program faculty and alumni, assistant director Kelsa Summer, and our admissions team. Current students and alumni will also join the webinar to share their stories about the program and answer your questions.

This is a virtual info session. You'll receive login credentials when you register. Contact Admissions to register.

  

Teaching with Technology

Thursday, December 7, 2017 • 7 pm (EST)

Join us to learn about the Teaching with Technology program with program chair Caleb Clark, assistant director Kelsa Summer, and our admissions team. Current students and alumni will also join the webinar to share their stories about the program and answer your questions.

This is a virtual info session. You'll receive login credentials when you register. Contact Admissions to register.

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Starting in March, the administrative hub for Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies will be in Marlboro, Vermont, in a peaceful, light-filled house...
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Visit us Virtually!

Not able to attend in person?  Visit us virtually using our Telepresence Robot!

The Double will allow you to visit classrooms, participate in conversations and tour our building, all controlled from your laptop or mobile device.  It is easy and fun to use.  Don't worry, we'll provide the training you need to operate it, just send us a note and we'll set you up.