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Office of Alumni Relations

Purchase Your Alumni Mug!

As a part of our Homecoming 2015 celebration, we are selling Marian University Mugs so that our alumni can show their Marian University pride! Mugs are $20, and $8 of the cost is tax deductible. The donation will fund Marian University scholarships. Get yours today!

About the Mugs: The Marian University Glass Shoppe, M.U.G.S., is the result of the Byrum School of Business's Freshman Business Experience, where business student teams pitched their ideas to a group of Indianapolis-area investors.

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

Marian University Night with the Pacers

by Katie Bradley | Nov 27, 2013

Knight Fans: As supporters of the Marian University athletics program, you, along with your family and friends, are invited to participate in Family Night with the Indiana Pacers on Saturday, January 18 at 7 p.m. Pacers will take on the Los Angeles Clippers.

Tickets are now sold out. If you have any questions, please email Shawna Jones, assistant director of alumni and donor relations, at snjones@marian.edu

Students: Contact Robin Spearin in the Office of Student Affairs at rspearin@marian.edu if you are interested in attending. 

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