Cars are gateways to the outside world at Marlboro—if, of course, the weather cooperates. Many students have cars, and there are no restrictions on who can have a vehicle. Although parking is generally efficient and plentiful, Marlboro is a car-free campus. That may sound like an oxymoron, but the main buildings, dorms, and dining hall restrict parking except for rare circumstances. Students who do not commute to school can park in two designated parking areas within walking distance from campus.
It's easy to find parking at Marlboro. The No. 1 complaint students have about parking is the trek to and from their car. But if you have your own vehicle, you're most likely going to make the sacrifice in order to get off the Hill.