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Visit Campus

Think Marian University might be right for you? Visit and experience the beauty and convenience of the campus, the friendliness and warmth you’ll get from our students and faculty, and the amazing resources and facilities at Marian University. 

Individual Campus Visit

Student-guided tours depart daily from the Office of Admission. Call to make a reservation in advance and we can arrange appointments with admission counselors, faculty, and coaches.

NOTE: Due to an increased number of campus visit requests we will be offering group admission presentations and tours from Monday, March 28, 2016 to Friday, April 8, 2016. During this time, individual appointment requests will not be available. Morning visits will offer a 9:30 a.m. admission presentation followed by a 10 a.m. campus tour. Afternoon appointments will offer a 1 p.m. campus tour followed by a 2 p.m. admission presentation.

Scheduling a Visit

Complete a campus visit request online or contact Keegan Fox at campusvisit@marian.edu, 317.955.6305, or toll free 800.772.7264.

Preview Days

Preview days give groups of prospective students with similar interests a great introduction to Marian University. Upcoming preview days include:

Incoming Freshman Students

Incoming Transfer Students

Saturday Visit Days

If your weekdays are too busy to visit, attend one of our Saturday campus visits. These days include an admission presentation outlining academic programs, financial aid information and the admission process, along with a student guided tour of campus. Dates are:

  • Saturday, February 20, 2016
  • Saturday, April 23, 2016

Group Visit

We can host visits for groups of up to 80 students. The visit includes a general tour of campus and a presentation from an admission counselor.

Virtual Campus Map

The virtual campus map is available at www.marian.edu/campusmap.

Virtual Campus Map

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