You’re In! Accepted Students Graduating From High School
Congratulations, you’ve been accepted to Marian University! The next few weeks and months will be full of preparations as you meet other accepted students and begin to make plans for all the amazing things you’ll do at Marian University.
This page will walk you through some great opportunities only available to accepted students, and we’ll make sure you know about deadlines in advance.
Accept Your Offer of Admission
To officially reserve your place at Marian University, submit a $100 enrollment deposit directly to the Office of Admission. This deposit will be applied to your first semester fees. Enrollment deposits are refundable with a written request submitted prior to May 1. Deposits may be paid online at https://marian.afford.com/PPT/MakeAPayment.
Request Official Transcripts and Score Reports
- Advanced Placement/Dual Credit - A student may receive credit and/or advanced placement for certain courses by successful performance on College Board Advanced Placement (AP) examinations, International Baccalaureate (IB), CLEP, or dual-credit courses. Request official college transcripts and exam scores to be submitted to the university for credit evaluation. Credit and advanced placement are awarded by the appropriate academic department.
Financial Aid Steps (Beginning in October of your senior year.)
- File the 2017-18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
- List Marian University, Title IV School #001821 on the FAFSA.
- To qualify for maximum aid, all Indiana residents must file the FAFSA by March 10, 2017.
Apply for Housing
Students should read through the new student information at Live on Campus for all instructions to create an account and complete the online housing application. Students living on campus must also submit a $125 housing deposit before room assignment is processed. Deposits may be paid online at https://marian.afford.com/PPT/MakeAPayment.
New and transfer students who meet the off-campus residency policy and plan to commute must create an account and complete the off-campus application at Live on Campus. If you are under 21, download and complete the Parent Verification Form from the application. This form must be notarized by an Indiana Notary Public OR be presented in person in the Office of Housing and Residence Life by both the student and the parent/guardian. Students will be notified if the request is approved or denied.
Complete Your Health Record and Immunizations
Your application to Marian University will not be complete until all data requested on the health record is documented. The student health record may be found online.
The Marian University New Student Orientation, Advising and Registration Program (SOAR) helps ensure that your first days of college go well. You will be able to check out the campus, register for your classes, learn more about Marian University's history and traditions, explore student organizations, make new friends, and attend a variety of activities designed to help you be a successful student. You will receive more specific information about SOAR during the spring 2017 semester.
Make Fee Payment Arrangements
After you have registered for classes, the Business Office will send you a bill. The bill includes the balance for your fall semester tuition, fees, and if you plan to live on campus, room and board charges. If confirmation of your payment arrangement is not received by the due date listed on your bill, you will be subject to late fees.
Marian University offers a convenient monthly payment option, which allows all, or part of your expenses to be spread over a period of time. The plan is administered by Tuition Management Systems, Inc. and is available to all students. You will receive detailed information in the mail, but you can also contact the Business Office at 317.955.6020 or 800.952.3917 for more information.
Begin Your Marian University Experience
Knight Quest – Fall 2017
Student success is important to us and we want to make sure all students experience a smooth start and transition to the academic semester. Knight Quest provides students and their families the opportunity to finalize last minute details prior to starting classes on Monday, August 21, 2017.
Students must participate by completing Knight Quest and may not attend the first day of class or move in to the residence halls until all required documents are complete. Students who fail to attend Knight Quest will be administratively withdrawn from their classes for the semester.
New students who are part of an athletic team or other program that require early arrival on campus will be notified by their coach or program director if there is an earlier Knight Quest event available.
Classes begin on Monday, August 21, 2017.
Welcome to the Marian University community!