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Housing and Residence life

Housing and Residence Life

At Marian University, we believe that living on campus ensures that students gain the most from their college experience. College is a time for self-exploration and preparation for the future. It is a time to attend sporting events, plays, lectures, concerts, and other campus activities. It is a time to meet new people and develop lifelong friendships. The convenience of living on campus, freedom from most domestic responsibilities, and opportunities to live, learn, and connect with others, make on-campus living the best option for our students. Our approach to housing allows students to begin college in traditional housing and gradually move to more independent living each year. 

Heather Bisher
Director of Housing and Residence Life
housing@marian.edu
317.955.6318

Learn more about living on campus 


Please contact the Office of Admissions at 317.955.6300

What To Bring?

  • Alarm clock
  • Athletic equipment
  • Shower bag
  • Bedding (twin extra long)
  • Bicycle
  • Calendar
  • Camera
  • Carpet/rug

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News

Reasons to Choose Campus Housing

Students who live on campus get better grades.
It’s true! National statistics indicate students who live in campus housing earn higher grade point averages than students who live off campus.

You’ll never miss out on everything going on here.
There’s always something going on at Marian University—and when you live here, you’ll never miss a thing!

The thrill of the city; the security of Marian University.
Safety and security are priorities at Marian University. Our police officers are on duty and available 24-7. We’re located just minutes from all the excitement of downtown Indianapolis and Broad Ripple, so great shopping, dining, nightlife, and more are always close at hand.

 


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Marian University does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age or disabilities in the recruiting and selection of students for admission.