I am pleased to let you know that the Emerson-Marlboro Alliance has been completed, after many months of tireless work by members of both communities.
Emerson College is pleased that the Vermont Attorney General’s Office has approved the Emerson College and Marlboro College alliance agreement.
Today Marlboro College announced the sale of its 500-acre college campus in Marlboro, Vermont, to Democracy Builders Fund, Inc., in anticipation of the completion of Marlboro’s alliance with Emerson College.
Marlboro College students visited Emerson College on Valentine’s Day.
From space, Marlboro and Emerson couldn’t look more different. But on the ground where it counts, with the people and the traditions, the colleges have much in common.
A number of groups at both Emerson and Marlboro need to work out the terms and details of the historic alliance. Here’s a bit about the Emerson working groups, and who is serving on them.
President Lee Pelton sent the following letter to Marlboro College President Kevin Quigley last month.
This Thanksgiving, students from Emerson and Marlboro colleges shared a meal and their perspectives on Marlboro’s southern Vermont campus just three weeks after the two institutions announced that they were exploring an alliance beginning next summer.
Marlboro College faculty and students had the opportunity to get to know Emerson’s campus and community on Sunday, November 24, marking Marlboro’s first official visit since the schools announced plans to explore an alliance earlier this month.
Emerson and Marlboro Colleges are exploring an alliance that will involve Marlboro moving its academic programs to Emerson beginning in Fall 2020, at which time Marlboro students will be invited to matriculate and tenure-track faculty may choose to teach at Emerson.