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Apply to Marian University Now to be Considered for Full-, Half-Tuition Academic Scholarships

by Katie Bradley | Nov 25, 2014

FountainHigh school seniors who would like to be considered for Marian University’s full-tuition and half-tuition academic scholarships, the Saint Mary Academic Scholarship and the Saint Francis Academic Scholarship, need to admitted to to the university by December 1 to be considered.

The most prestigious award, the Saint Mary Academic Scholarship—named in honor of the university’s namesake—is a full-tuition scholarship available to six first-time freshmen and entering National Merit Scholars. Named to honor Saint Francis of Assisi, the Saint Francis Academic Scholarship is a half-tuition scholarship available to 20 first-time freshmen.

Once admitted to Marian University (by December 1), students have until December 31 to apply for these prestigious scholarships. See the criteria for each academic scholarship on their individual pages.

For more information, please contact the Office of Admission.

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