Natalie Serber, English faculty, published a review of Eliza Robertson's Wallflowers in The New York Times' Book Review section in October 2014.
You've acquired some college credit. Then life happened.
Ever wonder what it'd be like to return to school? Get your degree?
Let's make that happen—together.
You might be wondering how you'll balance school with work, family and other life commitments. We'll help by offering classes during the day, evening, weekend and online. Our faculty and staff are experienced in providing support for students who lead busy lives.
You'll learn from professors who practice what they teach. Your life experience will contribute to classroom discussions, and you'll learn alongside other adults of all ages. At the end of your time at Marylhurst, you'll have a degree with real world applications.
If this sounds appealing, we have one thing to say: Welcome.
We think you'll feel right at home at Marylhurst University.
More about us, and what it's like to be a student here:
Meet Susan Hess Logeais, and learn how one of our accomplished Marylhurst students is completing her degree after decades away from the classroom
Attend an upcoming information session or contact one of our admissions counselors to get more information about all that makes Marylhurst different, from class scheduling flexibility to earning college credit for life learning.