As a part of its virtual homecoming celebration — Stay HOMEcoming 2020 — this past weekend (October 16-17), the Marietta College community celebrated the hard work and perseverance of its student-athletes through a Virtual Stadium Sell-Out event to raise funds on the
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’s Office of Advancement has announced its annual giving and alumni participation goals for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. The advancement team will work to raise $3 million in support for today’s Pioneers, while increasing the alumni participation rate to 20 percent.
Princeton Review’s 2021 issue of The Best 386 Colleges includes Marietta College among the top Midwestern colleges.
Marietta College rowing has announced that the team will work to raise $5 million in celebration of its 150th anniversary during the 2020-21 season.
With two sons, both under the age of 6, and her husband at home in Ohio, the decision to leave and help others impacted by COVID-19 in New York City wasn’t easy.
Dana Sharosky Pilz PA’04 thought long and hard, and recalled why she went into the health-care industry in the first place.
As the May meeting of Marietta College’s Board of Trustees was coming to a close — on Zoom of course — Matt Weekley ’81 added a few final remarks.
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.