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Office of Alumni Relations

Summer Luncheons for All!

This summer, the Office of Alumni Relations will host Tea on the Terrace, previously called the Women of Marian Luncheon. The event will begin at 11 a.m. in the Evans Center, and will feature lunch, tea, and mimosas. It is sure to be a fun event for all Marian University alumnae! Tickets for the event are $30 and can be purchased here.

We will also host Putt Putt on the Patio, the NEW Men of Marian gathering, which will be a relaxed social afternoon with other Marian University alumni spent practicing your putting in preparation for the M-Club Golf Outing! Enjoy beers and grub on the patio of the Evans Center for Health Sciences. Tickets to the event are $30 and can be purchased here.

For questions regarding either event, contact Karen McNulty '12, assistant director of alumni relations at kmcnulty2@marian.edu or 317.955.6210. Hope to see you there! 

Alumni Event Spotlight

Homecoming 2015: September 24-26

Save the date for Homecoming 2015! Events will include an alumni social on Thursday evening, the homecoming football game, and reunion dinners for classes ending in 0 and 5 on Saturday! Private reunion dinners will be held for the Classes of 1960, 1965, 1970,1975, and 1980. For more information, visit www.marian.edu/homecoming or email alumni@marian.edu.

For More Information


The Office of Alumni Relations, at alumni@marian.edu and 317.955.6210. Or, visit the contact page to contact a staff member directly. 

Alumni News

Another Successful Trick-or-Treating on Campus

by Katie Bradley | Oct 31, 2013

Pirates, superheroes, princesses and so many other  characters gathered on campus to trick-or-treat on Thursday, October 24.

Trick-or-treating on campus is a Marian University tradition that gives alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends of the university a chance to bring their children trick-or-treating in a safe and fun environment.

“We bring our girls every year and they love it,” Sarah Ley ’05 said. “It’s fun to take them through the residence halls where I used to live.”  

Marian University students had the chance to decorate their dorm hallways and went all out with themes ranging from “Candyland” and “Wizard of Oz” to “haunted house” and “insane asylum.”

Families enjoyed a pumpkin patch, Halloween carnival, and trick-or-treating through the residence halls.  

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