Marlboro College Getty Foundation Campus Heritage Grant

In its short sixty-year history, Marlboro College has established a reputation for providing a rigorous liberal arts education in a close-knit academic community. Marlboro's 360-acre campus houses significant nineteenth-century farm structures and dwellings, representing a Vermont vernacular architecture inspired by the Federal and Greek Revival styles. As part of their recently adopted strategic plan, students, faculty, staff, and trustees alike are committed to being the best possible stewards of their environment, particularly their historic resources. With Getty grant funds, the College is developing a comprehensive historic preservation plan, preparing a National Register Historic District nomination, conducting a feasibility study and energy audit of the historic properties, and designing new courses that directly involve students in the documentation of the campus.

Marlboro College received a Getty grant in 2007 for $120,000 to support campus heritage planning.

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Date Of Record Creation: 2011-11-07 10:01:18 (W3C-DTF)
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