Marietta College ranks 318th nationally in the fifth year of the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education survey of 797 U.S. colleges and universities released today.
Marietta College is ranked eighth — up two spots from last year — among the Best Midwest Regional Colleges in the 2021 U.S. News & World Report survey, released today. Marietta was also ranked No. 3 in the region in the Best Value Schools category.
For the third year in a row, The Chronicle of Higher Education has recognized Marietta College as a “Great College to Work For®,” and it is the second consecutive year it has earned an Honor Roll designation — the highest rank a school can receive.
It’s clear that faculty in Marietta College’s Education Department are passionate about student learning; so when COVID-19 forced local school children to go without much-needed enrichment camp experiences this summer, they began working hard to find a way to get educational resources in their hands.
President Bill Ruud is pleased to announce that Marietta College has successfully completed its Year 4 Assurance Review with no recommended monitoring from the Higher Learning Commission — one of the nation’s six regional accreditors for institutions of higher education.
Marietta College President Bill Ruud announced today that the fall semester will begin Aug. 17 — three days earlier than originally planned — for in-person learning. The semester will end with final exams on Tuesday, Nov. 24.
Marietta College announced today (May 7, 2020) that it plans to reopen campus and have in-person classes for Fall 2020, which includes opening the residence halls and dining services for all 1,200 students.
The late Dr. Cavendish McKay covered some complex and not very intuitive topics during his Quantum Mechanics II course.
Matthew Chih '20 (Worthington, Ohio) was in McKay's final class in Spring 2019.
When it came to completing his senior capstone project, Ben Pratt ’20 (Tallmadge, Ohio) was up for a challenge.
The Physics major, who completed work on methanol-derived hydrogen fuel cells, was recognized by the science faculty with the 2020 Laura Scott Etter ’88 Prize.