A new cohort begins together each summer and is on the fast track to graduate together in just 24 months. By attending class year-round, you stay connected to supportive faculty and top-notch resources on campus.
Complete our free online application and indicate you are interested in Marian University’s Saint Joseph’s College.Submit your free application
|Submit your transcripts
Upload your high school transcript to our applicant portal or have it sent to the address below. We do not require SAT/ACT scores.
Now that you have been accepted, here is what you need to do next to enroll:
|Apply for financial aid.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
|Submit your deposit.|
|Register for New Student Orientation.
New Student Orientation is a mandatory orientation for all Marian University's Saint Joseph’s College students, and parents are invited to participate. Learn more and register at marian.edu/orientation. Our New Student Orientation Program ensures you are well-informed about your next steps to prepare for a great academic year. You'll register for classes, learn about campus amenities, services, and traditions, explore student organizations, and begin making lifelong friendships.
|Attend Marian Academy.
Once you've completed your high school diploma, request your official, final high school transcript be sent to Marian University.
|Complete your student health record.
Your admission to Marian University is conditional until all information requested on our student health and immunization records is complete. Use the link provided to create an account and submit your documentation.
|Request final high school transcripts.
Once you've completed your high school diploma, send a copy of your final transcript.
June 30, 2023
Spring 2023 Students NSO: January 5, 2023 (Registration Opens October 1, 2022)
July 11 - August 12, 2022
We believe in an affordable college experience.
Saint Joe Indy provides a two-year college option for students to earn an associate's degree with little or no debt. In order to take advantage of available financial aid resources, students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Students may be eligible for the majority of your annual tuition to be covered through federal and state grants, and 21st Century Scholarships. The portion of the tuition not covered by grants can easily be paid through scholarships, or our earn and learn internship program.
Saint Joseph’s students either commute to campus for classes or live on campus. If you are interested in living on campus let your admission counselor know so that we can discuss options and costs.
If you have questions or concerns, email the Office of Housing and Residence Life at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (317) 955-6318.
Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a key step in the admissions process. By completing the FAFSA you will find out how much of your college education can be covered by federal and state grants. Grants are FREE money that you never have to pay back!
After completing your associate degree, you will receive direct admittance to Marian University to complete your bachelor's degree. All of your credits will transfer, and most students will complete their bachelor's degree in two additional years. You can also transfer your credits to another four-year institution. We will help you identify which path is the right fit for you, and develop a plan to ensure you continue to achieve your goals.
Through coursework and your internship experience, you will be prepared, confident, and well-connected to directly enter the workforce.
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Students may make a complaint to the Indiana Commission of Higher Education.
Marian University is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg, Indiana.
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