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STUDENT LIFE

Life on Campus

Whether you’re a sports fan, art enthusiast, humanitarian, or bookworm, there’s always plenty to do on Marian University’s friendly campus.

You can watch live theatre, root for your favorite Knights athletic teams, work out in the newly renovated fitness facility, take in an art exhibit, help out in various community service projects, hear guest speakers, walk the trails of our 45-acre nature preserve, and more. And, choose from more than 35 clubs on campus, from the Salsa Club to the Gaming Club to the Psychology Club. Join one or two—or start your own!

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Housing Options

doyle hall
Doyle Hall

First-year students and Sophomores are able to live here in single, double, or triple occupancy rooms with a community bathroom on each floor.

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caito wagner hall
Caito Wagner Hall

First-years students stay here in double rooms with a community bathroom on each floor.

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clare hall
Clare Hall

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors can be in Clare Hall with a variety of living and learning communities.

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drew hall
Drew Hall

Upperclassmen live in Drew Hall in single, double, or triple suite-style rooms with a shared bathroom and private living room

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University Hall

Upperclassmen live in University Hall with single, double, and triple rooms that are suite-style with a shared bathroom.

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University Houses & Apartments

Students who are 21 and older and meet GPA as well as Involvement criteria are able to apply for University houses and apartments.

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Graduate Housing

The Overlook is a housing option for Marian University medical and graduate students.

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Health and Safety

The Marian University Police provide 24-hour-a-day patrol protection to the campus, including parking lots and residence halls.

First Year Experience

Student Success

Here at Marian University, we want to ensure you have a successful college experience. The Office of Academic Engagement offers varieties of services to help your learning needs. 


Marian University Writing Center Resources

  • Writing Lab (ENG L20)
    Multilingual Support Lab Instructors, each of which has TESOL certification alongside an MA in a related field 
  • Walk-in Writing Center
    Asynchronous (Email) tutorials targeted toward multilingual speakers to offer time and space for thought and translation of written/recorded feedback 
  • English/Spanish bilingual tutors are available for students who are more comfortable conversing about their writing in Spanish 
  • Public Availability — community members can visit the MUWC at any of our open hours online or in person 

Faculty Support

Alissa Adams, Coordinator of Graduate Support, is available to faculty to support them in designing inclusive courses, as are KC Chan-Brose and Aaron Wilder

Any faculty with questions regarding linguistic justice and/or scholarship surrounding the topic can contact Aaron Wilder, Writing Center Director

Academic Engagement/Peer Tutoring

Shushan Baumann, Peer Tutor Coordinator, is TESOL credentialed and currently works for Indy Language Center and Indiana University-Bloomington as an ESL instructor.  She, along with our tutoring team, can aid in academic skill building and any college task, really, for ESL students.

Communication Center

Bilingual speaking studio consultants (Spanish).
Our speaking studio has bilingual student employees who confer with visitors about upcoming speeches/presentations in English and in Spanish. Bilingual speaking studio consultants know what it’s like to struggle for a word in English during a presentation and have various strategies to recommend. They also know ways to leverage their bilingual abilities. That’s why these consultants are particularly helpful even for those who are bilingual in different languages. If you have questions, contact Leah Williams, the communication center director. 

Personalized Learning Center

The PLC offers testing support for non-native English learners. This may include extended time on exams. Please note, that support through the PLC does not guarantee access to these supports for non-Marian administered exams or assessments. Contact the PLC (plc@marian.edu) to learn more.

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