Saint Joseph's College of Marian University

Our faculty's main focus is to mentor our students to ensure you successfully complete the two-year program and move on to a successful career, completing a bachelor's degree at Marian University or in another four-year program.

Associate of Business

With a business degree, you can work in almost any industry in a variety of positions. Many students choose to earn an associate degree in business so they can learn business fundamentals, and a broad range of skills in accounting, finance, marketing, management, and operations.

As a student in the business program at Saint Joe Indy, you can choose a specialization in:

  • Business Information Technology
  • General Business
  • Sales and Supply Chain Management

Learn more about our Associate of Business

Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts

An associate degree in liberal arts exposes you to a variety of subjects and skills that will enhance critical thinking and communication skills and provide credits that are easily transferable into a four-year institution.

As a student in a liberal arts program at Saint Joe Indy, you can choose a specialization in:

  • Biology
  • Communication and English
  • History
  • Human Services
  • Organizations and Society
  • Social Sciences
  • World Languages

Learn more about our Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts

Earn and Learn

Welcome to the Earn and Learn Program.

The biggest difference between being a Saint Joe Indy student and a student anywhere else is your opportunity to earn and learn. You no longer have to choose between work and college after graduating from high school. You no longer have to guess—or hope—that your classes in college are relevant to the workforce. We connect you with local employers for paid work experience in your industry and offer flexible class schedules so you can earn while you learn.

During your first two semesters, you learn workforce-ready skills and prepare for the earn and learn opportunity. You will be equipped with the skills needed to be successful in your internship so you can walk into your first day confident and knowledgeable about how to be a professional.

Admission and Financial Aid

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Apply

It is quick, easy, and free to apply for admission. Complete the online application and indicate you are interested in the Two Year College.

Submit your free application →
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Submit your transcripts

Provide an official copy of your high school transcripts. We do not require SAT/ACT scores.

Transcripts can be sent to:
Marian University Office of Undergraduate Admission
3200 Cold Spring Road
Indianapolis, Indiana 46222-1997

Let us know if you have any questions.

Enrollment Checklist

Now that you have been accepted, here is what you need to do next to enroll:

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Apply for financial aid.

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

  • Student Aid Report (SAR): When selecting the school(s) to which your Student Aid Report or SAR, enter 001821 for Saint Joe Indy/Marian's school code.
  • April 15 is the Indiana deadline to complete the FAFSA, including the 21st Century Scholarship deadline.
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Submit your $100 non-refundable enrollment deposit online at MUHUB. If you need assistance please contact the Business Office or call (317) 955-6020.

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SOAR is a mandatory orientation for all Marian University and Saint Joe Indy students, and parents are invited to participate. Learn more and register at marian.edu/SOAR.

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Your evaluation can be completed by submitting ACT, PSAT or SAT scores, or by scheduling a date to take placement testing on campus. Talk with Greg Soto about placement test dates.

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Once you've completed your high school diploma, send a copy of your final transcript.

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