Registration for SOAR

Note: You MUST be registered before moving into your residence hall, practicing with an athletic team, or participating in any activities as a Marian University student.

Please select an option:

Dual Credit, Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), and Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Students

  • Bring a list of dual credit, Advanced Placement (AP), or International Baccalaureate (IB) credits that you have or anticipate receiving to SOAR. Share this information with your advisor during your advising appointment. 
  • If you have completed dual credit courses, we must have an official transcript from the college or university granting that credit. You must request the school send a copy of your official transcript to Marian University electronically or via U.S. mail well in advance of your selected SOAR date. Typically, you'll do this as part of your admission application.
  • Marian University does not accept dual credits recorded on your high school transcript. If you are in the process of completing a dual credit course, you must request the college or university send an official transcript to Marian University after the course(s) is complete.
  • AP score reports are received by Marian University in July and the student and advisor are notified of credit awarded at that time. If you have previously taken AP or IB exams but did not request that the scores be sent to us, please have an official AP score report/IB transcript sent directly to Marian University from (AP) or (IB).
  • If you have successfully completed all four exams from IUPUI's Project Lead the Way (PLTW) curriculum can be awarded credit. The official certification letter from IUPUI must be presented to the Marian University Office of the Registrar in order to receive this credit.
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