Marian University lowers tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year
Marian University’s Board of Trustees has recently approved a reduction of $910 in annual tuition rate for full-time undergraduate students for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The published tuition rate for full-time students will be $13,475 per semester, or $26,950 for the academic year (down from $13,930 per semester, or $27, 860 per year during this current academic year).
“We recognize that with this reduction, Marian University tuition is moving in the opposite direction of that of most colleges and universities in the United States,” said Andrew P. Manion, president of Marian University. “We believe that, in taking this step, we are honoring our obligation to keep our high quality, Catholic, values-centered education affordable to our students. This lowered tuition rate (along with our existing need-based and merit-based scholarships) goes a long way to assuring this promise to our students. Our faculty and staff are committed to our students’ success. We want to make sure that we remain an excellent value for college students, providing a great return on their investment of time, effort, and dollars.”
In addition, the levels of scholarship dollars currently awarded will remain the same for next year, so student’s actual tuition cost for the year will decline with this tuition decrease, dependent on students remaining full-time and in good standing.