Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Marian offers both hybrid and fully online classes. In addition, several adult undergraduate and Master’s Programs are available in a fully online format.
Yes. Marian University is proud to serve as a military friendly school. Please contact your military branch to have transcripts mailed to Marian during the Application process.
Marian University does have a bookstore. They will not only match any advertised (not peer-to-peer) price, but will beat it by 10%. Shipping is free.
For more information, click here or contact the Bookstore at (920) 923-7166.
If you have attended other regionally or nationally accredited institutions, please forward all official transcripts to:
Office of Adult and Graduate Admission
45 S. National Avenue
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
Your admission counselor can assist with general questions.
For more detailed questions, we encourage you to contact our Office of Financial Aid at (920) 923-7614 or via email at email@example.com
The length of time to complete a program at Marian is dependent on the number of credits offered in the program and number of credits transferred.
For those in the undergraduate program, Marian accepts up to 90 credits, 30 of which can come from documented work and life experience.
All transfer credits are reviewed prior to transfer.
Students may also choose to explore CLEP exams.
When you apply, please indicate on your application that you are a veteran.
Marian University has a veteran’s administrator on campus to assist with your benefits administration. Contact the Registrar’s Office at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult undergraduate classes typically meet one evening a week from 6-10 p.m. or Saturdays from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Many courses can be completed in as few as 7 weeks.
Dates and times may vary depending on if you participate in an internship, clinical or practicum. Contact your advisor for additional information.
Our main campus in located in Fond du Lac, WI. However we also offer classes at our satellite campus in Appleton, and West Allis and also online. Select programs are offered in other locations. Please contact your admission counselor for additional information.
Marian instructors hold a minimum of a master’s degree, with many bringing hands-on experience in their area of expertise.
Once you move through the admission process, you will be assigned an academic advisor. That advisor will assist you throughout your time at Marian University up to and through graduation.
Advisors vary based on program.