Are You Ready to be Boldly Baldwin?
RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
Where women lead the way: At the heart of Mary Baldwin experience is the Residential College for Women on the historic main campus in Staunton.
Freshman Application (including Early College programs and the Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership)
Transfer Application (For the Residential College for Women)
Returning Student Application (For former Residential College for Women students who plan to return)
In person and online: The Adult Degree Program (ADP) offers flexible, affordable, convenient programs for busy adults. Start or complete your bachelor’s degree, earn a professional certificate, or take individual courses for personal enrichment in regional centers located around the state. Coeducational.
Application for all prospective ADP students (transfer, degree completer, or students with no college experience)
Radical acceleration: The Program for the Exceptionally Gifted (for 13–15 year-olds who are prepared to bypass all or some high school grades) and Early College Academy (for 16–17 year-olds) are for talented girls who are ready to enter college one to four years early. After completing the admission application for the Residential College for Women, a supplemental form will be sent by our Early College office.
For college graduates: Mary Baldwin’s Virginia teaching certification program thoroughly prepares you to be an outstanding teacher. Coeducational.
Take teaching to a higher level: Earn the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT), which incorporates initial licensure; or the Master of Education (MEd) for advanced study in the field of education. MBC’s pioneering program in environment-based learning is one of four concentrations within the MEd. Coeducational.
Scholarship and stagecraft: Learn academic and applied aspects of Shakespearean theatrical studies with a focus on acting, directing, teaching, or dramaturgy. Earn the Master of Letters (MLitt) first, then consider the Master of Fine Arts (MFA), the terminal degree in this field. Coeducational.
MURPHY DEMING COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
Health sciences graduate programs: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD), and Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies. Coeducational.
Application for physical therapy program
Application for occupational therapy program
Application cycle for physician assistant program begins spring 2014