With Homecoming 2021 just a few weeks away, Dr. Joshua Jacobs feels like the Advancement team at Marietta College is coming together at just the right time — and he is asking alumni who are back on campus during the festivities to make sure they meet with as many members of that team as possible.
After serving on the Marietta College Alumni Association Board of Directors for six years, Patty Bain Bachner ’77 reflected about going off the Board on a high note, namely, being able to help the College successfully surpass its 2020-2021 annual fund goal.
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).
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.
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’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.
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.
Vice President for Advancement Dr. Josh Jacobs is proud to announce that Marietta College has been awarded a grant of $15,545 by the Corporation for National Community Service (CNCS) — the U.S. federal agency for volunteering and service — for the 2021 Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Project.