Mary Baldwin College offers a variety of academic resources for our transfer students. They include a comprehensive advising system to ensure on-time graduation.
Students working on class projects and presentations have access to audio visual services and computer labs.
The campus bookstore is located on-site, so students do not have to leave campus to secure books for classes.
Other resources include the Learning Skills Center, the Office of Inclusive Excellence, and the Writing Center.
Our Library provides access to print and digital resources and currently contains over 150,000 volumes and over 19,000 print and online journal subscriptions. The library participates in the Virtual Library of Virginia Project, the Shenandoah Valley Independent College Library Consortium, the Virginia Independent College and University Association and the Southeastern Library Network.
One of the best resources available to our students is the Career Center. The Office of Career and Life Planning works with students at any time during their Mary Baldwin tenure to plan for summer jobs, internships, and long-term career goals.
Questions? Contact the Admissions Office.