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Non-Degree Seeking Students

Have a seat! Here are our options for students who just want to take a class or two.

High School Students

Marlboro College welcomes motivated high school students who are looking for academic enrichment in a small, intellectually demanding college community. If you are a high school junior or senior (or home-school equivalent) who fits this description, you are eligible to take a class at Marlboro College at no cost.

In addition, Vermont residents who are high school juniors or seniors at a public high school may be eligible to take 2 additional courses at Marlboro College at no cost through the VT Dual Enrollment Program. Students attending independent or private schools are eligible to take 2 additional courses at Marlboro College for $150/course.

Please contact registrar@marlboro.edu for details.

Non-Matriculated Students

We’re glad you want to join the class! Take a look at our current course listings and decide which one is the best for you. Here are the fees and fine print:

  • Graduates of Marlboro, per credit: $665.00
    Note: Application is made to the Admissions Office. Tutorials are not offered at this rate.
  • Materials fees for Visual Arts courses: $20-100
  • Part-time students per semester per credit (maximum of 8 credits per semester) or per credit over the maximum 18: $884.00
  • Auditors: Fee per course (maximum of two courses per semester): $500.00

Note: Senior Citizens, 65 years of age or older, may audit one course per semester without charge by arrangement with the Dean of Faculty and the instructor. Graduates of Marlboro College may audit up to two courses per semester without charge by arrangement with the Dean of Faculty, the instructor and the Director of Alumni Affairs. Emeritus faculty may take classes at the college free of charge.

If you have any questions, please contact registrar@marlboro.edu for details on how to sign up. If not, fill out the application below!

Non-Matriculated Student Application

 

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