Marietta College alumnus and a former Pioneer Rowing coach, Jeffrey C. Hugel ’77, has given an unprecedented gift to create two major endowments in support of the College’s rowing teams.
Following six months of renovations, Marietta College is excited to announce its baseball facility will now be called Don and Sue Schaly Field at Pioneer Park.
Former roommate and teammate Kurt Etter ’87 wasn’t surprised when he heard the news. Neither was former Marietta College basketball coach Phil Roach.
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.
Marietta College has once again been recognized among “America’s Top Colleges,” in an annual report published by Forbes.com.
Marietta College has placed 45th in a national ranking of colleges and universities across the United States in regards to an institution’s contribution to the public good — up five spots from last year.
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.
Marietta College announced today that it has received $55,923.30 from ExxonMobil and its subsidiary XTO Energy through the ExxonMobil Foundation’s 2018 Educational Matching Gift Program.