I found the campus very energized, bohemian-like, ya know? It had an artsy, historical, and very New England-y atmosphere. The campus itself didn't seem too small maybe because of the breadth of facilities offered or the diversity of buildings and people around. That was one thing that seemed special to me: the people. Students, administrators, professors, they all seemed to have a purpose. Everyone was on a "mission" to learn. Everyone was involved and apathy seemed almost non-existent. I mean really where can you hide on a campus of ~300, when you haven't done your work? It was amazing...
I sincerely think you should visit after you apply or before, if there is time and you live near enough. I am in love with Marlboro College. If you do have anymore questions keep postin' or call the Admissions Office, they are extremely friendly.
I also applied to Sarah Lawrence, Saint John's College, GWU, Reed, and Eugene Lang. What about you?