There's no better way to see firsthand what Marietta is really like: A college that never stands still in a city that has always been a place for leaders. A campus visit satisfies your curiosity and makes it all real. Most visits include an interview with the Admission office and a campus tour. You can sit in on a class and meet a professor. You can even shake hands with a coach and go to a Pioneers sporting event.
Schedule A Visit
Prospective students and their families may come to Marietta College on a personal visit to learn more about academics and campus life, meet faculty and staff, talk to current students, meet a coach, and take a campus tour.
Visits: Monday-Friday; 10:00 a.m.-Noon and 2:00-4:00 p.m., Saturday 10:00 a.m.-Noon and closed on Sundays.
Individual visits where you have the opportunity to meet with a faculty member, sit down one-on-one with an admissions officer or sit in on a class are welcomed and can be set up by contacting the Admission Office at 1.800.331.7896.
Visits begin with a tour of our beautiful campus and conclude with an admission presentation and information session. We encourage you to join us for lunch or an early dinner at the conclusion of your visit experience.
Come and experience all that Marietta College has to offer, schedule your visit today. Register now or call 1.800.331.7896.
If you are unable to keep your appointment, contact the Office of Admission, either by phone at 1.800.331.7896 or by email at email@example.com.
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Open House Events
Marietta offers several Open House events for prospective students.
Summer Open House
For more information about Open House events, call the Office of Admission at 1.800.331.7896
Lodging and Local Attractions
Brick paved streets, historic homes, cultural experiences, and all the activities provided by life on the waterfront present Marietta as a place you can call home. Please see our Lodging and Local Attractions page for a list of places to stay and things to do.
Marietta is located in the heart of the Mid-Ohio Valley. Click the image for a Google map.