Marlboro College's setting in rural southern Vermont provides students with space for quiet contemplation as well as myriad opportunities for outdoor recreation. With 17 miles of on-campus trails and the nearby Green Mountain National Forest, students have easy access to hiking, mountain biking, skiing, caving, climbing, and kayaking (among other activities). Travel to Brattleboro, Boston, New York City, and other regional communities is also a popular option.
Graduate and Professional Studies
We would love to have you come and visit us. We believe that visitng is the best way to get to know us and to learn if a Marlboro education is right for you. We offer several opportunities each trimester for prospective MBA, MSM in Managing Mission Driven Organizations, and Master of Arts in Teaching with Technology (EdTech) students to come to our campus. Come and meet the students and faculty, take a tour of the Graduate Center and observe a class or two. Please bring your inquiring mind, but don't bring lunch - we'll take care of that. Dining together is an important part of community building during residency weekends at Marlboro, so we provide lunch for our students and faculty that are in attendance.
You can check our visiting page to see which Friday or Saturday will work best for you but please note that different programs sometimes meet on different weekends.
Contact Matt Livingston, Director of Graduate Admissions, at (888) 258-5665 x209.