It was more intimate than a typical Marietta College Commencement ceremony, but for the nearly 50 graduates and their families who returned to campus on Sunday, May 2, appearing in-person to graduate was exactly what they needed — and wanted.
Considering all of his professional accomplishments, what Mike Salvino ’87 shared should not have come as a surprise to anyone attending Marietta College’s 184th Commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 1st.
Less than a week after bidding farewell to the Class of 2021, Marietta College will turn its attention to recognizing employees who have reached a milestone in service, as well as four individuals who are retiring.
Ohio Department of Higher Education Chancellor Randy Gardner has announced that Marietta College will receive a $1,051,500 Choose Ohio First (COF) Grant to support students in the fields of science, (including the health professions) technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Mike Salvino ’87, who has enjoyed a successful career in the technology industry and is now leading a Fortune 500 company, will be Marietta College’s Commencement speaker at the 2021 graduation ceremony on Saturday, May 1.
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation has made a gift of $250,000 to Marietta College to establish the Bank of America/David and Rosalee McCullough Research Fellowship Endowment.
Women Leaders in College Sports (Women Leaders) and the NCAA hosted its fifth annual President/Search Firm Roundtable Event on Tuesday, February 23 in a virtual format. Marietta College President Bill Ruud was one of 20 presidents and chancellors who participated.
For the second time since he arrived in 2016, President William N. Ruud has been awarded a contract extension by the Marietta College Board of Trustees.
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.
For the third year in a row, The Chronicle of Higher Education has recognized Marietta College as a “Great College to Work For®,” and it is the second consecutive year it has earned an Honor Roll designation — the highest rank a school can receive.