If you are a parent, family member, or friend of a Marian University 21st Century Scholar student, this page is for you!
Built upon a foundation of support, guidance, and commitment, the Office of 21st Century Scholars at Marian University is dedicated to your student’s success. We also understand that navigating the world of higher education can sometimes be complicated. To help, we've answered some of your most frequently asked questions about being a 21st Century Scholar at Marian University.
Marian University offers an academically challenging, life-changing experience. To ensure that you realize your educational goals, we award more than $17 million annually in grants and scholarships.
Learn more about the this scholarship, including eligibility, application process, selection, and renewal. Then complete our online scholarship application.
Students must complete the admission application, be admitted to Marian University, and complete the Marian University 21st Century Scholar Tuition Scholarship application no later than October 15, 2017.
Eligible candidates must participate in an individual interview with the director of the 21st Century Scholars Program and committee members.
For some students, writing responses to essay questions on a scholarship application is intimidating. You can offer your support by:
Student success is important to us. All 21st Century Scholars at Marian University have access to support services, programs, and resources specifically designed to meet student needs.
Learn more about what we offer 21st Century Scholars, including mentoring programs, service opportunities, and leadership development training.
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