If Savannah Flusche ’25 (Gahanna, Ohio) doesn’t recognize the number when she gets a phone call, she typically ignores it.
Unlike the majority of her Longwood High School classmates in Middle Island, New York, Lindsey McCoy ’24 started her college career with in-person classes this fall.
“I feel very lucky to be on campus, because most of my friends are attending colleges where they are remote-only this fall,” Lindsey says.
Jenna Senetra ’23 (Waynesville, Ohio) spent last spring on the road traveling for scholarship competitions, recruiting visits and campus tours. One of those stops was Marietta College and Senetra said she fell in love with Marietta the moment she stepped on campus.
By the time Rowan Henderson-Bernard ’22 (Columbus, Ohio) found Marietta College, she had already told herself and her mother, Julie Henderson, that her college search was done.
“I was really over the whole process and told my mom ... to kindly stop sending me links to new programs and schools,” she said.
Katie Kitchen ’21 (Marietta, Ohio) will not be a new face on the Marietta College campus this fall.
The recent Marietta High School graduate took classes through the College Credit Plus program, and she said that experience is just one of the reasons why she is enrolling at the College this fall.
The metamorphosis of Brian Raiff ’17 (Galena, Ohio) during the past four years at Marietta College is something even he couldn’t have predicted.
Lily Riffle ’20 understands pain. Excruciating pain.
In middle school, her older brother, Julian, died at the age of 22. During the first two years of high school, she missed weeks of classes because of an illness. And just when everything seemed to be fine, her life was shattered again.