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.
Marietta College has placed 62nd in a national ranking of colleges and universities across the United States in regards to an institution’s contribution to the public good.
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.
Princeton Review’s 2021 issue of The Best 386 Colleges includes Marietta College among the top Midwestern colleges.
Any student — first-year or transfer — who applies to attend Marietta College as an undergraduate in the fall of 2021 or the spring of 2022 will have the option to submit or not to submit SAT or ACT scores.
Ever since Gabe Brunck ’23 (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) visited Marietta College’s campus and met some players from the men’s lacrosse team, he was on a mission to attend one of the nation’s top liberal arts colleges.
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.
Alumni, students and faculty alike know that Marietta College offers one of the best educations that the United States has to offer, and College Factual has the numbers to back it up.
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.