Submit a question or issue to the Commuter Affairs Commissioner.


Public Computer Labs

  • Library (Main Lobby and 2nd Floor)
  • Thomas Hall (2nd Floor)
  • Erwin Hall (2nd Floor)
  • Academic Resource Center (3rd Floor of Andrews Hall)
  • Selby Hall (2nd Floor)
Student Life Feature 1

Commuter Students

Announcements

 


Marietta College provides a variety of services to accommodate its growing number of commuter students.

To improve communication between the commuter students and the College, the Student Senate created the position of Commuter Affairs Commissioner. The commissioner meets with his or her constituents and then discusses the commuter-related issues with the administration, including:

  • Construction of an online commuter survey uploaded at the end of every spring semester.
  • Addition of the Commuter Welcome Dinner and the Commuter Information Session during the New Student Orientation.
  • Investigation of parking issues with commuter students.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

QuestionWho is considered to be a commuter student at Marietta College?

AnswerAny student who does not reside in any of the residential halls would be considered a commuter student.

QuestionHow can I find out about what's going on at MC?

AnswerCheck the Marietta College website for campus announcements, campus events, athletics, etc. Also, check your campus e-mail and voicemail. If you’re not on campus, call 740-376-3000. When prompted, press * and your mailbox number. After entering your password, you’ll have access to your voicemail.

QuestionHow will I know if classes are cancelled due to inclement weather?

AnswerCall the information line 740-376-HELP(4357) for the latest information about the conditions on campus. Also check the Marietta College website, your campus e-mail and voicemail, and your local news and radio stations for any announcements of cancellations or delays.

QuestionWhat if I wanted to stay with a friend on campus overnight?

AnswerYou are permitted to be an overnight guest for only Friday and Saturday nights with the permission of your host and your host’s roommate. Please refer to the Residence Life Handbook , pages 13-15, for more information about the visitation policy.

QuestionWhere is a good place to study and/or do homework?

AnswerThe library is probably the best place for commuters to do homework.

QuestionIs there anywhere commuter students can go to hang out or relax?

AnswerThe second floor of Andrews Hall has a TV/Commuter Lounge and a kitchen area designed for commuter students.

QuestionWhere can I leave my belongings between classes?

AnswerStudent Life provides free lockers for students to rent next to Izzy’s. However, it is suggested that you do not place any valuables in these lockers for security precautions.

QuestionCan commuter students use the health services?

AnswerOf course. After all, you paid for the fee like everyone else.

QuestionWhy won't my Student ID card let me into any of the residence halls?

AnswerIt's the same reason for all students. Residential students' ID cards only work for the residence halls they live in. In other words, if a student from one hall wanted to visit someone from another hall, he or she would have to contact that person so he or she can open the door. This is for the safety and security of our students to prevent any intrusions. There are call boxes outside the entrance of each residence hall so you can contact someone to let you inside.

QuestionWhat should I do if I lose my ID card?

AnswerPlease see the ID cards page for all information about ID cards.

QuestionIf commuter students get in trouble on campus, will they be arrested because they are not residents of Marietta College?

AnswerNo. You are a student of Marietta College. If you get into trouble on campus, you will be treated the same as any other student. The response to each incident is determined by the nature of the situation. Some students are arrested and disciplined; some are just disciplined.

QuestionWhere can I park on campus?

AnswerPlease see the Parking section for all information about parking lot locations, permits, licenses, etc.

QuestionIf I came to the campus during the weekend, would I still need to park in the designated parking lots based on my permit?

AnswerNot necessarily. After 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and during the weekends, you can park in any of the parking lots. However, if you were to park in a lot that is not designated for commuter students on a Sunday evening, and you left your vehicle overnight, it would be very possible for you to receive a ticket on Monday morning.

QuestionWill someone escort me to my car?

AnswerIf you would like an escort to/from your car, contact College Police at x 4611 for more information.

QuestionHow do I change my permit when I become an upperclassman?

Answercontact College Police and they will change your permit, free of charge.