Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines
The application for first-year students (two- and four-year degree seeking) opens August 1. For the highest scholarship consideration, students must apply and gain admission by November 15. After submission, submit high school transcripts outlining freshman through junior years. Standardized tests (SAT or ACT) are not required for admission or scholarship consideration. To learn more, visit marian.edu/admissions.
You'll feel at home on Marian University’s welcoming campus right next to downtown Indianapolis, one of the best cities in the U.S. for job growth and affordable living. A weekday, individual visit is recommended so we can customize your schedule according to your academic and extracurricular interests. You can request to meet with faculty, coaches, and other support staff when registering for your visit, and you'll have time to discuss programs, ask questions, and get more insight about campus and student life. To learn more and schedule a visit, head to marian.edu/visit.
“Marian University is a tight-knit community where students can thrive because of the personalized attention. Professors are supportive and vested in our success and willing to help in any way possible to help us achieve our goals.”