Jenna Senetra ’23 (Waynesville, Ohio) spent last spring on the road traveling for scholarship competitions, recruiting visits and campus tours. One of those stops was Marietta College and Senetra said she fell in love with Marietta the moment she stepped on campus.
Gone are the days when students with special needs are separated from the general education classroom on a full-time basis.
Educators at Marietta College say that’s a good thing and they are training the next generation of teachers to educate children of all abilities in the same classroom.
For a second consecutive year, Marietta College is being recognized as one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by The Great Colleges to Work For program.
Marietta College is ranked 10th — up three spots from last year — among the Best Midwest Regional Colleges in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report survey, released today. Marietta was also ranked No.
Margaret Russell ’23 (Chesapeake, Virginia) likes efficiency. It doesn’t have to be her way, she says, as long as it’s more efficient.
“I can’t stand inefficiency,” she says. “I like problem solving.”
From June 2017 to July 2019, the 37 students who earned their Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Marietta College on Saturday helped to deliver 184 babies, examined 74,451 patients, completed 1,001 exams and administered 1,056 shots.
This summer marked the dawn of a new undertaking at Marietta College.
Marietta College first-year student Mitch Nelsen ’22 grew up around cars. He also worked with Legos as a kid, so building and tinkering is just something he’s always loved to do.
The world’s most famous playwright is coming to Marietta.
At the end of June, the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference will return to Marietta College for the first time since 2012. This is the 43rd annual meeting of the OVSC, a regional academic organization.
This fall, Marietta College’s students will see some major — as well as some minor — additions to their educational opportunities.