Digital collections

To actively develop and support a diverse collection of resources in a range of formats, Mother Theresa Hackelmeier Memorial Library contributes to the ongoing preservation and display of the university's various collections.

Material relating to the history, curriculum, and atmosphere of Marian University are digitized by the library staff and are available for viewing through our online collections.

In addition, special events in the library and on campus, like lectures and arts performances may be filmed or recorded for the library reserves collection. To view or hear a copy of recorded events, visit the circulation desk to inquire.

Our digital collections are listed below.

An ongoing collection of fine art items created and/or housed on the Marian University campus.

 

The Fioretti is a literary journal consisting of original submissions and editing from Marian University students.

 

​A collection of images dating between 1943-66 in which a senior student was selected to portray the Christmas Madonna in a nativity tableau.

 

A collection of images capturing distinguished university leaders.



Vintage images of the three historic mansions on Marian University's campus.



Marian University's first student newspaper published from 1938 to 1981. This collection was created as part of IUPUI University's Digital Libraries (S652) course.



This novel is a semi-autobiographical work of fiction by Sara Cornelius Allison, wife of James Allison, a prominent Indianapolis businessman and co-founder of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It details the tumultuous times of the Allison family on their Cold Spring Road property, which is now owned and occupied by Marian University.

Studying healthcare in Chile
Pre-med student builds cultural competencies and awareness.
Watch Htoo's story
Interning at Delta Faucet
Marketing experience gives insight into corporate America.
Watch Dominic's story
Coming home to Indy
Award-winning transfer student is glad she made the switch.
Read Rachel's story