Our housing for on campus students is designed to provide varying options for your entire time here at Marian University. We strive to provide community living that focuses on a combination of academic and social pursuits.
The majority of first-year students are housed in Doyle Hall, with upper-class students having the opportunity to choose their housing assignment for future years. Please review the Residence Life Policies and Terms and Conditions for more information.
2013-14 Room and Board Rate Schedule
|Room and Board Fees ||Pers Semester ||Annual |
|Double Occupancy, 300 Meals + $50 Knight Bucks ||$4518 ||$9036 |
|Double Occupancy, 250 Meals + $100 Knight Bucks ||$4329 ||$8658 |
|Double Occupancy, 150 Meals + $150 Knight Bucks ||$4129 ||$8258 |
** These are proposed rates and are awaiting final approval from the Marian University Board of Trustees.**
Residential Meal Plan Options
|300 Meals + $50 Knight Bucks ||300 meals + $50 Knight Bucks per semester |
|250 Meals + $100 Knight Bucks ||250 meals + $100 Knight Bucks per semester |
|150 Meals + $150 Knight Bucks || |
150 meals + $150 Knight Bucks per semester
Meal plans and /or Knight Bucks may be used in Cooling Residential Restaurant, Subway, the Knight and Day Café, and The Pod.
Knight Bucks supplement your weekly meal allowance and can be used at all of the service locations listed above. They work like a debit card; each time you make a purchase, the total is subtracted. The total included with the meal plan is for the entire semester. For more information, please visit Campus Dining.
All new first-year students will be placed in double occupancy rooms with roommates in Doyle Hall, our first-year experience building, or Clare Hall. The 150 meal plan is not an option for new students.
A minimal number of single rooms are available for returning students and are assigned on a first come, first serve basis. The additional cost for a single room is $300 per semester. In the event of extra space on campus, double rooms may be sold to students as singles for an additional cost of $525 per semester.