Marlboro College’s small, rural, and tight-knit academic community is an ideal environment for welcoming students from other countries and cultures. The college is always seeking motivated international students, and has accepted applicants from all over the world, from Slovenia and Ethiopia to South Korea and Peru. Like all Marlboro students, international students with intellectual promise can expect to be supported and respected for the unique experiences and perspectives they bring to the community.
Below, you will find helpful information for international students interested in enrolling in our undergraduate program. If you have further questions about enrollment and admissions, please contact the admissions office at 1-800-343-0049 or by email at email@example.com.
Why Study at a Liberal Arts and Sciences School?
Liberal arts and sciences does not refer to a political leaning or a program where students only study art or science. A liberal arts and sciences education refers to an educational program where students have a broad foundation of study in addition to targeted exploration of specific fields. Liberal arts and sciences institutions teach their students to think critically and develop arguments through both writing and speech, which are important skills for international students to master.
Marlboro College is similar to other liberal arts and sciences colleges in that we encourage broad study across our curriculum. We differ, however, from most other colleges in that we do not require students to take any specific course to fulfill a requirement. We let students’ passions govern which classes they take and what they choose to study. It’s really the best of both worlds.