Marietta College students are innovative thinkers who are ready to take on diverse challenges, and a new program being unveiled for the Fall 2022 semester will help ensure new first-year and transfer students are ready to start accomplishing their academic goals by the time they take their first course.
The main reason Zach Boyd ’22 (Kent, Ohio) transferred to Marietta College in Fall 2020 was to play baseball for the nation’s premier NCAA Division III program.
But he also had another good reason.
A group of nine Marietta College students recently placed first in a video competition conducted by the National Electronic Media Association, NBS-AERho.
Coming from Montrose, West Virginia — population: 158 — Hailey Lanham ’25 was a bit overwhelmed at the size of Marietta when she moved to campus this fall to begin her freshman year.
Last year, Marietta College alumnus Jeremy Jusek ’10 reached out to the Theatre Department to create the kind of program that he always wanted to take part in as an undergraduate student. One where he could give students a one-on-one experience.
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.
Marietta College's student body will begin online voting for the 2021 Homecoming queen and king on Tuesday, October 19th - and this year the voting should be competitive with 13 candidates.