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The Learning Commons at Marian University's Ancilla College

A new way to approach student services, The Learning Commons located in the Gerald J. Ball Library is your one stop shop for all of your academic support needs. Access research materials, find peer and professional tutors, and reserve collaborative space for study groups or clubs.  Work one-on-one with a success coach or attend one of our Success Seminars for tips on how to improve your academic experience. Also available in The Learning commons are computers and printers. Check out laptops and wifi hotspots for your study needs off campus. 


  • Writing Center
    The writing center is a free resource and service to help you develop the skills necessary to write at the university level.

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  • Peer Tutoring
    Book time for assistance in a variety of topics to support your classroom learning.

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  • Academic Success Coaching
    Find an academic success coaching for students who want to develop or refine their academic skills.

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  • Collaborative Study Space
    Located in the Gerald J. Ball Library the group study room is available for reservation for up to 2 hours per session.

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Marian University's Ancilla College
20097 9B Road
Plymouth, IN 46563

1-866-Ancilla (866-262-4552)
574-936-8898 x330
On July 1, 2021, Marian University has officially opened a new location on the former campus of Ancilla College in Plymouth, Indiana. In recognition of the shared missions and solely to honor the history of Ancilla College, the new location is named Marian University's Ancilla College.

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