Mary Baldwin University has produced a series of new videos, available throughout the university website and on Vimeo, that highlight the advantages of an MBU education.
As the 2017–18 academic year approaches, Mary Baldwin is gearing up for exciting new options for students with the launch of a new living-learning opportunity for women entrepreneurs in the Mary Baldwin College for Women and the opening of University College, a new co-ed, residential program offering three fast-track programs in education, health sciences, and performing arts.
“It’s the perfect time to highlight our exciting new offerings and publicize the advantages — those flexible, personal, affordable benefits that set us apart — that we have always offered for students,” said Liesel Crosier, vice president for external affairs. “It’s been an exciting 175th year for us at MBU as we celebrate our historic legacy and look forward as we always have.”
In addition to promoting the Women Entrepreneur’s living-learning community and University College, the videos also highlight opportunities for homeschool and transfer students, and promote the affordability of an MBU education.
Mary Baldwin University, founded in 1842, is a small, coeducational university offering a range of degree programs from bachelor’s to doctoral. It serves a diverse student population on its main campus in Staunton, Virginia, at its nearby health sciences campus in Augusta County, online, and through regional advising centers throughout Virginia. All programs are coeducational except the Mary Baldwin College for Women. Throughout 2016–17, MBU is celebrating its 175th anniversary.