Graduate Admissions


To be eligible for admission to the graduate programs at Marian University, you must meet all of the following requirements:

  • Hold a minimum of baccalaureate degree or its equivalent from a regionally accredited college or university;
  • Have maintained a minimum of B grade point average in your undergraduate major courses and demonstrate sufficient academic achievement to be successful in advanced scholarship and research;
  • Complete and submit the Graduate Studies online application form;
  • Submit all required test scores and other supplemental materials by specified departmental deadlines;
  • Remit all required fees for admission, both to the Office of Graduate Admission and to specific departments, if applicable.

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Specific graduate programs may have supplemental admissions requirements that exceed general acceptance into our graduate studies. You will be required to submit a separate application and be accepted into the specific graduate program you intend to pursue.

If you have questions about specific programs, departments or majors, please go to the specific link on the Graduate Studies website.

Office of Graduate and Online Admission Staff

Helen Buckley Associate Director of Graduate and Online Admission (317) 955-6128
Tennille Culp Assistant Director of Second Degree and Online Admission (317) 955-6773
Kristin Hand, M.B.A. Assistant Director of Financial Aid for Online and Second Degree Programs (317) 955-6490
Kyle Hattenburg Assistant Vice President for Health Professions Enrollment Management (317) 955-6763
Jade Plummer  Coordinator of Graduate and Online Admission (317) 955-6302
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Marian University
3200 Cold Spring Road
Indianapolis, IN 46222-1997
(317) 955-6000

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