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We are Committed to Guiding You through FAFSA

At Marian University, we are committed to providing incoming and current students with accurate guidance and up-to-date information surrounding FAFSA and financial aid packages. While this year has been a unique experience, we want to assure you our dedication to providing trusted, precise, and accurate information remains true.  

We pledge not to issue any financial aid package without complete confidence that it represents the absolute best offer available—no guesswork or estimating. We urge caution if you happen to receive a financial aid estimate from another institution, emphasizing our commitment to providing you with the most reliable and informed support throughout your academic journey. 

While the exact timing of issuing financial aid packages remains unknown until we have the necessary info from the federal government, we encourage incoming students to review your Enrollment Checklist to ensure you are taking the necessary steps to start college this fall.

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Need Help Filing FAFSA?

Attend our FAFSA Workshop. Representatives from Marian University, INvestEd and the Indiana Commission for Higher Education (CHE) will be available to offer support and presentations through the FAFSA filing process.

FAFSA workshop

Friday, February 23
2:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Register Now!

FAFSA workshop

Friday, March 22
2:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Register Now!

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Frequently Asked Questions
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Questions? Let's talk!
Contact the Office of Financial Aid
Office: (800) 834-5494
Office: (317) 955-6040
Fax: (317) 955-6424
Email: finaid@marian.edu

Schedule an appointment

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