A More Accessible Marietta
Marietta College provides the academic programs and resources for our students, faculty and staff to pursue their interests and has been making an impact in this part of the country since it was charted in 1835. We strive to continue to improve our campus and make it an inviting and welcoming space to all who visit.
Through this campaign the College will enhance accessibility and accommodate all students, faculty, staff, and visitors. While we will complete campus beautification projects and increase the physical access to buildings and facilities, the natural beauty, charm, and homelike feel of campus that you know will remain the same.
At Marietta, we strive to be an open and welcoming campus that is accessible and easy to navigate for everyone. Two existing facilities, Erwin Hall, our oldest academic building, and the Irvine Administration Building, which houses the President’s Office, financial aid/student accounts, records/registrar office and other departments, are both in need of accessible design updates. While we follow the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), we want to continue to be welcoming by improving our campus accessibility.
Campus Beautification and Wayfinding
Campus beautification and wayfinding signage projects will exude College pride and help to attract prospective students and leave a lasting impression on them and their families when visiting campus.