Housing and Residence Life

Live at Marian University!

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 athletic 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. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life.

Heather Bisher
Director of Housing and Residence Life

Move-In Dates

Friday, July 29: 2016-17 Resident Assistants
Tuesday, August 2: Football Team
Monday, August 8: House and Apartment Residents, Marching Band, New San Damiano Scholars, 21st Century Scholar Mentors, and the Volleyball, Women's Soccer, Men's Soccer, Women's Tennis, and Men's Tennis Teams
Monday, August 15: Orientation Leaders, 21st Century Scholar Mentees, Returning San Damiano Scholars, and the Cycling, Cheerleading, and Men's Golf Teams
Friday, August 19: First Year Student Move-in
Saturday, August 20: Returning Student Move-in

Submit Your Application Today!

To apply to live on or off campus, visit www.housing.marian.edu. Create an account if you have not already done so. Once you log in, you will have access to the on-campus and off-campus applications. For more information about how to apply for Marian University housing, visit the Live On Campus page. Contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life at housing@marian.edu or 317.955.6318 with questions.

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