Less than 72 hours after honoring the Class of 2022 at Commencement, Marietta College will turn its attention to recognizing employees who have reached a milestone in service, as well as 11 individuals who are retiring.
The strength and connectivity of The Long Blue Line were important to Matt Weekley ’81 when he was a student, and it remains relevant now as a loyal and accomplished alumnus.
Marietta College today announced that it received a $1 million pledge from Peoples Bank to enhance and facilitate the merger between the Department of Business & Economics and the McDonough Center for Leadership and Business.
With the energy and excitement of a Homecoming crowd as the backdrop, President Bill Ruud proudly announced Marietta College was kicking off a $100 million comprehensive campaign on The Christy Mall Friday evening.
As part of Marietta College’s ongoing commitment to adapt and innovate amid a changing higher education landscape, the Office of Academic Affairs announced today the College’s plan to merge the McDonough Center for Leadership and Business with the Department of Business & Economics to create a new department that
Marietta College ranks 310th nationally in the sixth year of the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education survey of 796 U.S. colleges and universities released today.
For the fourth year in a row, The Chronicle of Higher Education has recognized Marietta College as a “Great College to Work For®.”
Marietta College was recognized among the best in three different regional categories, including No. 2 in Best Value School, which was published by the U.S. News & World Report Best College Rankings today.
Marietta College has placed 20th in a national ranking of colleges and universities across the United States in regards to an institution's contribution to the public good. Marietta is up 42 spots from last year's rankings.
As the 2020-21 fiscal year drew to a close for Marietta College on June 30, eight members of the Marietta College Alumni Association (MCAA) Board of Directors completed their terms and transitioned to the College’s Adkins Society — an honorary society that recognizes the contributions of former board members and keeps them informed of curre