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Marian University welcomes transfer students

Transfer students are welcome at Marian!

Thinking about making a change? 

Some students transfer to Marian University because they want to live in Indianapolis where they can be closer to friends or family (not to mention great job opportunities). Others come to Marian because they want a more welcoming student experience on a close-knit campus where faculty and staff know students by name and practice values they can believe in.

We're here to help.

No matter what your reasons for making a change, if you're thinking about transferring to a university that's a better fit for your educational needs or career goals, think about Marian University.

  • Our experienced transfer student counselors will talk with you about your interests, career goals, and how your existing credits will transfer toward one of our degree programs.
  • You'll get personalized advising and expert advice that will keep you on track for graduation.
  • We offer a number of scholarship opportunities for transfer students.

We're proud to be the only Catholic university in Indianapolis. This year, we'll provide nearly 4,000 students from 45 states and 23 nations with exceptional educations. Campus life includes 24 varsity athletic programsdozens of student clubsstudy-abroad opportunities, an Honors Academy, and more.

Pay us a visit! See for yourself what we have to offer.

Let's get started.

When you've decided Marian University is right for you, we’ll help you navigate the transfer process. To get started, we recommend you:

For an appointment, contact us at

(317) 955-6308
(800) 772-7264
campusvisit@marian.edu

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