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Since our first day of operation on a small farm in southern Vermont, Marlboro has always run on a community-governance model. Every member of the college community has a say in what happens here, whether we’re maintaining the miles of wilderness trails that surround us or adding a group tutorial to the course list for the coming semester.

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  • Not all visitors to Marlboro’s campus are human, or are interested in the humanities.
    Not all visitors to Marlboro’s campus are human, or are interested in the humanities.
  • Marlboro’s president, Kevin Quigley, holds forth at Town Meeting. Don't worry everyone...
    Marlboro’s president, Kevin Quigley, holds forth at Town Meeting. Don't worry everyone gets their chance to speak.
  • You won’t believe how beautiful Marlboro looks in the fall. (The other three seasons are ti...
    You won’t believe how beautiful Marlboro looks in the fall. (The other three seasons are tied for second.)
  • The dining hall is the nerve center of Marlboro’s campus—it’s the location of Town Meet...
    The dining hall is the nerve center of Marlboro’s campus—it’s the location of Town Meeting, it’s where we eat (obviously), and it’s also a primary study spot and group meeting place.
  • Education, unbounded

    During your time at Marlboro you’ll dig deep, make connections across areas of study you’re passionate about, and produce original research unlike anything you’ve attempted before.

    No matter what you study, a Marlboro education Marlboro Promise, and it drives everything from our academic offerings to our community events.

    Independent thinkers and doers

    Marlboro graduates chart unconventional paths, driven by intellectual curiosity and an impulse to question the status quo.

    About 75 percent of our students go on to graduate school. Marlboro alumni

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