Advanced Study Program

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Get a jump start on your college career! Ancilla College of Marian University's Advanced Study Program provides you with an excellent opportunity to earn college credit before you finish high school.

  • Our rigorous, college-level courses enable you to simultaneously earn BOTH high school and college credit.
  • By taking dual-credit courses in high school, you'll have fewer courses to complete toward earning your degree when you get to college.
  • Earning dual credit is a great way to ensure you stay on track to graduate from college.
  • You'll also save money on tuition expenses with our rebates and discounted tuition rates for dual-credit students!

How does it work?

The credits you earn will transfer toward a degree at Ancilla College of Marian University. In most cases, they will also transfer to other colleges.

  • Credits earned from Marian University are generally accepted in transfer by other colleges and universities provided you receive a grade of C or higher for each course you take.
  • Each college has different guidelines, however. There is no guarantee that your credits will transfer toward a degree from every university to which you might apply in the future.

If you are admitted to our Advanced Study Program, you agree to abide by all university policies and procedures, including those for tuition and fee payment. Enrolling in this program does not commit you to attend Ancilla College of Marian University after you finish high school.

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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 Ancilla College of Marian University.

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