The main campus of Marlboro is in Brattleboro, VT (a town not particularly near any major cities). The school is a private, not-for-profit school. Marlboro offers degrees up to the Master's degree.
The school offers a wide array of programs of study, compared to other schools of its size. Marlboro students most commonly major in a field related to business and management, computer science and engineering.
The school does not accept everyone who applies.
In 2007-2008, Marlboro had 44 enrolled students. Older students (40+ years old, e.g.) are welcome and common at the school.
The school reports its educational mission is:
"The Marlboro College Graduate Center prepares information technology leaders through high-quality and innovative education and training programs. We focus on technology as a tool to solve real-world issues and to respond to current opportunities in the rapidly evolving fields of business, education and technology. Our programs are designed to equip our graduates for today's technology-rich professions and to empower them to be leaders in integrating the latest online technology into schools and workplaces across the country. All of our faculty members are practicing technology professionals, who are the top in their fields, specialists in curriculum and training design, and experts in online learning technologies. The Graduate Center was established in 1997 by Marlboro College to offer premiere graduate programs in technology and education at a Brattleboro branch campus. In 2000, Marlboro purchased the Technology Center facility to augment its educational experience by fostering synergies among the tenant technology-oriented companies and the education programs, and to support regional economic development."
More complete details are provided below.
Disclaimer: Information on this page was not provided or commissioned by the featured school. Information has not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the featured school.