Marian to add eSports, May graduate Duchaj named head coach

Marian University has announced it will add its newest athletic department program eSports during the 2020-2021 academic year, with a familiar face being tabbed to help the team boot up. On pace to graduate in May with a degree in Sport and Recreation Management and a minor in Athletic Coaching, Danny Duchaj had impressed the […]

Marian Biology, Psychology students present at IMPACT Symposium

Marian University Biology/Chemistry students Danielle Veeser and Mindy Glaser and Psychology students Eyram Agbenya and Kadeesha Duncan earlier this month presented and successfully defended a poster outlining their research proposal “The Impact of Social Drinking Patterns on NF-kB Expression in Wister Rats” at the Mayo Clinic UW-Eau Claire Innovative Minds Partnering to Advance Curative Therapies […]

Angels and Warriors: Teaching Strategies of At-Risk Educators

A Marian University professor has offered new teaching strategies for at-risk educators based on research and input from both teachers and students. He divided the most highly successful at-risk educators into one of two groups: Angel educators and Warrior educators. Anthony Dallmann-Jones, Ph.D., recently shared his findings in a post on LinkedIn. Teaching Strategies of […]

Thanatology program student featured by Association for Death Education and Counseling

Currently hard at work on her final capstone project, Marian University senior Thy-Thy Quach (pronounced Tee-Tee) was featured by the Association for Death Education and Counseling in its February newsletter Connects for her work in the Marian University Thanatology program. Fully prepared to move for graduate school, the Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada native instead discovered Marian’s […]

Marian’s Leininger, Gack honored for combined 50 years of service

Marian University Senior Assistant Director of Financial Aid Susan Leininger and Associate Director of Financial Aid Victoria Gack were each honored on Thursday, March 5, by the Wisconsin Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators for their decades of service to the financial aid industry. Recognized during the WASFAA 2020 Spring Conference at The Madison Concourse […]

Eggers to serve as Marian University’s Vice President for Enrollment Management

Marian University has named Paul M. Eggers as the Vice President for Enrollment Management, effective March 9, 2020. Eggers brings extensive experience in higher education enrollment management, having served in a variety of leadership roles. He previously served in various positions at Wisconsin Lutheran College, including Lead Enrollment Advisor, Senior Admissions Counselor and Admissions Counselor, […]

Marian University faculty receive promotions and tenure

Following the approval by the Board of Trustees, 10 faculty members will receive a promotion or tenure, as well as five being awarded Professor Emeritus status. Those awarded tenure and promoted to the rank of Associate Professor include: Sean Fitzpatrick, Assistant Professor of Exercise and Sports Science, College of the Professions Sarah Garvey, Assistant Professor […]

How Can an IO Psychology Graduate Help Improve Your Workplace?

Every company experiences setbacks when talented employees leave. In a good job market for workers, this problem only intensifies. Industrial-organizational (IO) psychology graduates can help organizations meet this challenge, developing a better workplace with higher rates of employee retention and satisfaction. These are important factors for business success, which is typically measured by profitability. However, […]

Wagner-Angell to serve on Station Eleven panel

Marian University Associate Professor of English Dr. Jodi Wagner-Angell will be one of three panelists discussing “Station Eleven” at 7 p.m. on March 9, as part of the Menomonee Falls Public Library’s celebration of the 2014 Emily St. John Mandel book. The Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning novel takes place in the Great Lakes region after […]

Mereness named WSNA Communications Director as students attend conference

Marian University sophomore Sarah Mereness has been elected to the Wisconsin Student Nurses Association (WSNA) Board and will serve as its Communications Director. Mereness was one of five students representing the Marian University Student Nurses’ Association (MUSNA) at the 71st annual Convention of the WSNA, held Feb. 7–9 in Wisconsin Dells, Wis. The convention gives […]

Marian graduate serving as Chair-Elect for WAMFT

A little more than one month into her tenure as Chair-Elect for the Wisconsin Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT), 2010 Marian University graduate Amanda (Books) Anderson is in a position that she loves. And if it weren’t for her undergraduate experience as a Psychology major, it’s possible she would have never found it. […]

Colorado nurse reflects on Marian education

Working Families Grant helped propel her to success Believe it or not, Amelia Fay has lived two lives – one before arriving at Marian University, and one after. Or at least that’s how she describes her life, which has seen the Chippewa Falls native graduate high school in May 1991 before earning her BSN from […]

Marian University Master of Science: Family Nurse Practitioner students net 96% first time pass rate

The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board has released its 2019 Family Nurse Practitioner board certification examination results, with Marian University students receiving a first time pass rate of 96%. “These results are a testament not only to the excellence of our curriculum, but to the amazing professors and staff who have helped guide […]

Illuminating Women to showcase inspiring women, including two from the Marian University community

Marian University professor and Social Work program director Dr. Leslie Jaber-Wilson and Amy Manion, spouse of President Andrew Manion, will be two of 30 women featured in the exhibition Illuminating Women: An art collaboration by Laura Schneider and Juliane Troicki, at the Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts. A collaboration of journalism and documentary photography, […]

Area students named to Marian University’s fall semester Dean’s List

Marian University has announced the names of students whose fall-semester 2019 academic standing has qualified them for Marian’s Dean’s List. Nearly 500 students were named to the Marian University Dean’s list for the academic achievement for the 2019 fall semester. The Dean’s List is published two times a year with the names of all full-time […]

Hybrid FNP program opens door for nurse

Marian University graduate Nicki Seager passes exams on first try After more than 20 years of nursing experience, 1997 Marian University graduate Nicki Seager wanted to do more, and she knew her alma mater’s FNP program would keep her options open – not to mention, her schedule. “I wanted my MSN degree with FNP because […]

Marian University announces hiring of Compliance Officer/Title IX Coordinator

Marian University has announced a new hire, effective immediately. Jan Graunke has been named Compliance Officer/Title IX Coordinator and will have overall responsibility for the compliance program, including Title IX Coordinator duties. Previously the Human Resources Director/Title IX Coordinator at Silver Lake of Holy Family, she is currently completing her Doctor of Education in Higher […]

Students at Marian University Benefit from a Strong Wisconsin Nursing School Tradition

The Marian University Nursing Department has grown over the past half-century into a top Wisconsin nursing school. Led by experienced nurses who continue to work in the field and faculty with diverse backgrounds and experiences, the Nursing Department continues to evolve and strengthen. Marian University nursing students benefit from a modern facility, faculty that focuses […]

Best Online RN to BSN Nursing Schools in Wisconsin

The website Top RN to BSN has named Marian University’s online RN to BSN completion degree program one of the Top 10 Best Online RN to BSN programs in Wisconsin. The list recognizes schools that offer quality education and give students “improved skills and a leg up on the job market.” The website highlighted the convenience […]

Marian graduate’s work ethic garnering accolades in Dallas

The Golden Globes, the Oscars, the Grammys – awards season is in full swing, but celebrities aren’t the only ones taking home industry accolades. 2016 Marian University graduate Sydney (Volkman) Lawson recently received a certificate of achievement for her work in Dallas as Graduate Medical Education Program Coordinator in the Division of Nephrology at the […]

Marian University Student Nurses Association delivers gifts to children in Wisconsin hospitals

Gifts were distributed to children in Wisconsin hospitals last month following the Marian University Student Nurses Association’s (MUSNA) 17th annual Presents for Pediatrics campaign. Each holiday season MUSNA collects toys, DVDs, books, games, activity sets and other gifts and delivers them to St. Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in […]

Human trafficking panel discussion coming to Marian University

Fond du Lac District Attorney Eric Toney and Fond du Lac Police Department Detective Nick Hahn will headline a panel discussion on human trafficking as part of an awareness event being hosted by the Marian University Social Justice Committee from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 30, in the university’s Stayer Center. Open to the […]

Marian student launches Badger State podcast

History major shares his love for Wisconsin’s past Always listen to your mother. That’s the lesson Marian University senior Peter Laning learned in launching his Wisconsin history podcast Badger State. “When I was younger she would tell me I had a great voice for radio, but I didn’t believe it,” Laning said of his mom, […]

2019 Graduate Refugio Junior Ruiz Excelling in HR Role

From Big College Dreams to Small School Success for Human Resources Professional For the longest time enrolling at a large university had been the dream of 2019 Marian University graduate Refugio Junior Ruiz. Lots of people, lots of space, lots of opportunity – or so the Rockford, Ill., native thought. It only took a few […]

Green Dot trainer coming to Marian University after school receives grant from Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund

Earlier this month, as part of Giving Tuesday, Marian University was awarded $2,335 by the Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund to support the addition of a second college-program certified Green Dot trainer at the school. The Green Dot program utilizes a nationally proven curriculum to help individuals act in situations where they see power-based […]

Graduate ready for Florida-based job

Marian community helps student net a job well before receiving diploma As a Management Information Systems major and Information Technology minor, Will Polczynski knows all about the value of connections. Having graduated on Friday, the New Berlin, Wisc., native has certainly come to learn a lot in his time at Marian University about the inner […]

Marian University recognizes graduates during December 2019 commencement

Marian University held its December commencement ceremony on Friday, Dec. 13. At the commencement ceremony, held in the Howard L. Sadoff Gymnasium, student speaker Hannah Buntrock, of Wittenberg, Wis., spoke to her fellow graduates about translating the sense of community they experienced at Marian into engaging with others and making them feel welcome. “Although we […]

2019 Business & Industry award winners named by Marian University

Holiday Automotive has been named the Business of the Year by Marian University, which recognized its 2019 Business & Industry award winners during a dinner event on Wednesday, Oct. 30. With an opening reception in the Dale R. Michels Atrium and dinner in the Sodexo Dining Room of the Stayer Center for Technology & Executive […]

Marian University Professor Speaks on CBE Programs at Fast Track to Success Conference

Marian University Professor and Competency-Based Education (CBE) expert Polly Manske recently presented at the Fast Track to Success Conference in Austin, emphasizing the fundamental building blocks needed to create successful CBE programs. CBE programs award students credit for demonstrating mastery of a topic, giving students credit for what they have learned through experience and allowing […]

Marian University Announces Dental Hygiene Completion Partnership with Chippewa Valley Technical College

Marian University has announced a new dental hygiene completion degree partnership with Chippewa Valley Technical College.  This partnership allows CVTC alumni to complete their Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene through Marian’s 100% online program.  Alumni will benefit from generous transfer credits and a scholarship opportunity. Effective immediately, it is the only agreement in Wisconsin […]

Marian Thanatology Program Presents at NAGC Symposium

Attendees of the annual National Alliance for Grieving Children symposium were given insight into the unique offerings of the Marian University Master of Science in Thanatology and Graduate Certificate in Thanatology program when Department Chair Janet McCord, Ph.D., FT, attended the June conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. Message from Department Chair Janet McCord, Ph.D., […]

Marian University Named NAGC Fall Conference Host

2019 Conference on Children’s Grief Marian University has announced that it will host the National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC) Fall Conference and Webcast on Children’s Grief on Friday, November 8, 2019. This year’s webcast is titled “Ethical Considerations for Grief Support after a Traumatic Death.” In honor of November being Children’s Grief Awareness Month, […]

Steberg becomes first Marian University student to net WNHSWA scholarship

Mary Steberg has become the first Marian University student to receive the Wisconsin Nursing Home Social Workers Association Inc.’s $1,000 Sister Veronica Carroll Memorial Scholarship. To be recognized for the accomplishment, the junior Social Work major has been invited to attend Wisconsin Nursing Home Social Workers Association, Inc. Fall Conference in Pewaukee Oct. 10-11. “I […]

Marian University professors named closing speakers for mental health event

Marian University professors Dr. Amy Hennings and Dr. Leslie Jaber-Wilson have been named the closing speakers for U First: Building Resilience in the Helping Professional to be held Wednesday, Oct. 30. Sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness Fond du Lac and Marian University’s Student Social Work Association, the event is geared towards individuals […]

Marian University Director of Student Support Services Named President Elect of WAEOPP

Melissa Luedtke, Marian University’s Director of TRIO-Student Support Services (SSS), has been named President Elect for the Wisconsin Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel (WAEOPP). Luedtke has been serving on the WAEOPP Executive Board since she was elected Member-at-Large in 2017 and will now attend the Executive Leadership Institute for College Opportunity Professionals at Yale […]

Marian University’s Peer Leader Program nets certification

The Peer Leader Program of Marian University’s TRIO Student Support Services has earned International Mentor Training Program Certification (IMPTC) through the College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA). TRIO-SSS Peer Leaders provide an extra level of support to traditional first-year students from a pre-orientation Summer Bridge program through the end of their first academic year. The […]

How to Break Into Industrial Organizational Psychology

Industrial organizational psychology professionals apply psychology to large organizations and the behavior of individuals and groups who work within them. The profession has risen in stature as companies search for better ways to both retain skilled workers and improve workplace efficiency. Breaking into this field requires the combination of extensive education in psychological theory and […]

Marian University names trio of promoted administrators

Marian University has announced a trio of promotions, effective immediately. Dr. William Mangan, previously serving as interim vice president for advancement, has been named Vice President for Advancement and Alumni Relations. Mangan began working on special projects in advancement in Fall 2018 as special assistant to the president and became interim vice president for advancement […]

Marian University welcomes Class of 2023

Marian University welcomed the second largest first-year class in its history on Tuesday, Sept. 3, when 329 members of the Class of 2023 arrived on campus for the start of the new academic year. The new first-year and transfer class marks the third straight year the incoming class is more than 405 students. Many of […]

Kalen McCabe awarded Experiential Learning Grant

Marian University student Kalen McCabe was recently awarded an Experiential Learning Grant through the Office of Academic Affairs to attend Microbe, a conference hosted by the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) in San Francisco. With the help of Marian Professor Dr. Susan Bornstein-Forst, McCabe assembled a poster to present at the conference, where she also […]

The Online Master’s in Management is Your Path to Success

For business professionals, many paths lead to success.  Although no one size fits all for senior leadership roles, those with the most business experience have better opportunities for career growth. In a rapidly advancing world, business leaders are pressed for time, yet they possess a desire to grow by advancing and gaining new skills. Now […]

Is A Special Education Master’s Program Right for You?

It’s an exciting time to be a teacher. Demand is strong for qualified teachers, and the opportunity to specialize in the education field has never been better. One of the most popular licensure areas is special education. Working with children with special needs, helping them to develop and grow, is incredibly rewarding. Many people who […]

Insight Magazine Calls Attention to the Convenience and Flexibility of Marian’s Online Master’s Degree Programs

MPath Online Degrees are Structured for the Busy, Working Professional Marian University was highlighted in Insight Magazine’s July 29, 2019 article entitled Higher Ed Institutions Craft Programming to Respond to Employer Needs.  Marian’s MPath online degrees were spotlighted as examples of a university meeting Wisconsin’s need for convenient and flexible online education. The publication discussed […]

Wenzel awarded Experiential Learning Grant

Marian University biology major Breann Wenzel was recently awarded an Experiential Learning Grant through the Office of Academic Affairs to attend Microbe, a conference hosted by the American Society for Microbiology (ASM). A member of ASM since 2016, Wenzel shared research done by Marian’s microbiology lab at the conference. ASM helps find solutions to public […]

Schwobe awarded Experiential Learning Grant

Marian University biology and middle-secondary education double major Meghan Schwobe was recently awarded an Experiential Learning Grant through the Office of Academic Affairs. The award helped Schwobe take the Modeling the Molecular World course, which focuses on connecting the macroscopic world with the invisible world of molecules. Offered by the Milwaukee School of Engineering, the […]

Scholarships are Waiting for You, and so is Your College Degree

There’s still time to start! Apply to College today with NO APPLICATION FEE and enroll for Fall. Classes start on September 3rd. It’s not too late to take the first step toward accomplishing your dream of a college education! Marian University is accepting applications for on-campus classes that start fall semester. But while it’s not […]

Marian University Adds Two Online Master’s Degrees in Fall 2019

First Students Begin Online Master’s Degrees in Management or Industrial Organizational Psychology Marian University has announced it will offer two new online master’s degrees this fall with the addition of the Master of Science in Industrial Organizational Psychology (IO Psychology) and Master of Science in Management. Learn to Lead with Convenient and Affordable Degrees The […]

Marian University’s financial aid offerings to be showcased during Private College Week

The Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (WAICU) is calling attention to the financial aid offerings of its 24 member schools by inviting prospective students and their families to visit Wisconsin’s private, nonprofit colleges during its annual Wisconsin Private College Week, running July 8-13, 2019. Ninety-nine percent of all undergraduate students at Marian University […]

Marian University Director of Freshman Admission Named WEF Executive Director

Marian University Director of Freshman Admission Megan Liptow has been named Executive Director for Wisconsin Education Fairs (WEF). Modeled after the successful National College Fairs, WEF events provide high school students, adults and transfer students information from approximately 100 different post-secondary institutions, including representatives from Wisconsin and out-of-state colleges and universities, vocational schools, trade schools, […]

Strategic Alignment for Marian University Creates Additional Changes

Marian University continues to align its strategic priorities with a top-quality student experience. In order to position the university for future growth, Marian is following its offering of a Voluntary Separation Incentive Program to retirement-eligible faculty and staff with a reduction in workforce, involving nine administrative (non-faculty) employees. “It is painful to say goodbye to […]

Marian University Aligns Strategic Priorities Focused on Enhancing Student’s Experience

Marian University’s focus on strategies that will have a direct and positive impact on a student’s experience has led to an opportunity for retirement-eligible faculty and staff members to participate in a voluntary retirement program. Thirty faculty and staff members at Marian University have been offered Voluntary Separation Incentive. The Voluntary Separation Incentive Program (VSIP) […]

New turf on the way for Marian University’s soccer, lacrosse teams

Marian University’s Smith Fields Complex will have a different look when the Sabres fall sports season kicks off in August, as the school has accepted a bid for the installation of a new artificial turf surface on the soccer/lacrosse field. The local weather’s tendency to force fall and spring postponements and cancelations was a factor […]

Marian University students take part in Art Therapy Symposium

Marian University students from the Expressive and Therapeutic Arts program learned and networked with leading art therapists while attending the Art Therapy Symposium at Mount Mary University in Milwaukee on April 12. The event featured a full day of presentations, lectures, discussions, and workshops for students to learn clinical and professional practices to apply in […]

Marian University spring commencement set for May 18

Marian University will hold its spring commencement on Saturday, May 18. The commencement celebration, all of which will take place on the Marian University campus, will begin Friday, May 17 with the Radiologic Technology pinning ceremony in the Sadoff Auditorium in the Stayer Center for Technology at 4:30 p.m. Following at 5 p.m. will be […]

Marian University adds four flags to honor students and staff

Marian University added four new flags to the walls of Cardinal Meyer Library on Wednesday, May 1, during a ceremony to honor three students and one staff member who have joined the school within the last year. The library’s collection of flags highlights Marian students, staff, and faculty born in other countries and sovereign and/or […]

Marian University English Students Attend Sigma Tau Delta 2019 International Convention

Three Marian University English students and one Marian University English alumna presented their work while attending the Sigma Tau Delta 2019 International Convention in St. Louis Mo., March 27- 30. Sigma Tau Delta, the English International Honor Society, distinguishes students who exhibit high achievement in English studies and fosters an appreciation for writing and literature. […]

Marian University student nets FEI of Northeastern Wisconsin Academic Achievement Award

Marian University student Carissa Birschbach has been named one of five winners of the Financial Executives International of Northeastern Wisconsin Academic Achievement Award. Students had to apply for consideration and the finalists were revealed April 19. With an expected graduation date of December 2019, the honor also earned the accounting and finance major $1,000. Winners […]

Marian University students participate in local mission trip

Members of Marian University’s Campus Ministry engaged in a service-learning experience through a local mission trip throughout Fond du Lac from March 18 to March 20. The trip began with students helping the Family Resource Center (FRC), an organization that provides families with pregnancy and parenting programs and education. Students assisted the FRC by sorting […]

Marian social work students present at the Wisconsin Council on Social Work Education Conference

Students from Marian University’s social work program presented at the Wisconsin Council on Social Work Education conference held April 4-5, 2019 in Wisconsin Dells. Student presenters include: Erica Wiese of Sheboygan, Amanda Schmahl of Kaukauna, Katelyn Schueffner of St. Cloud, and Macey Kniess of Wausau. The students presented on the yearlong activities of the Marian […]

Experiential Learning Grant Awarded to Business Club

The Marian University Business Club received an Experiential Learning Grant to tour two Chicago-area businesses and one in Kenosha.  On March 29, Marian students led by faculty members Jessica Little, James Gray, Cheryl Seelig, and Katherine Schuessler toured Harris Associates and Two x Four.  During their trip to Harris Associates, students met with Client Portfolio […]

Marian faculty, staff earn recognition awards; Ramamoorthy receives James R. Underkofler Award

Marian University recognized several faculty and staff members for their work and dedication to the local community at the annual Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony. Dr. Lalitha Ramamoorthy, assistant professor of biology in the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, was awarded the Academic Advising Excellence Award. This award identifies positive role models for Marian […]

Marian University creates class based on “Making a Murderer”

FOND DU LAC, Wis. (WBAY) – The case against Brendan Dassey and his uncle Steven Avery gained international attention when Netflix released its series “Making a Murderer” back in 2015. The documentary is now the basis of a class offered at Marian University in Fond du Lac. This spring, Marian University started offering an online […]

George Koonce, Jr. Joins Nature Conservancy Board of Trustees

Super Bowl Champion Brings His Talents to Conserving Outdoor Wisconsin MADISON, WI — The Nature Conservancy is pleased to announce that Dr. George Koonce, Jr. has joined The Nature Conservancy’s Wisconsin Board of Trustees. Trustees provide vital volunteer leadership to The Nature Conservancy as it works to find innovative solutions to urgent environmental challenges such […]

Marian University students partner with The Salvation Army and Anthem Blue Cross and Shield

Students in Marian University’s Nursing and Community Health and Human Services programs have partnered with Anthem Blue Cross and Shield to deliver healthy resources to the community’s low income population served by The Salvation Army. Students from two courses titled “Understanding Poverty” and “Health Promotion, Wellness, and Safety Across the Lifespan” are working with the […]

Marian University Faculty Receive Promotions and Tenure

Following the recommendation of the Marian Faculty Senate and approval by the Board of Trustees, five faculty members will receive a promotion or tenure. Dr. Leslie Jaber-Wilson, associate professor of social work, was awarded tenure and promoted to the rank of professor. Christina Kubasta, associate professor of English, was awarded tenure. Dr. David Leichter, assistant […]

Marian University Student Nurses’ Association receives state award

Twelve nursing students from Marian University represented the Marian University Student Nurses’ Association (MUSNA) at the 70th Annual Convention of the Wisconsin Student Nurses’ Association (WNSA), which was held February 1 – 3 in Wisconsin Dells, Wis. The convention gave students an opportunity to network with other nursing students from around the state, to participate […]

Evening activities cancelled Feb. 7

All Marian University locations will be closing as of 4:30 p.m. today, February 7th, due to the inclement weather. All evening activities are cancelled.  Please call us with additional questions at 920-923-8555.

Marian campus closed January 31

Marian University will be CLOSED Thursday, January 31st due to the inclement weather. The main campus will open at 5:00 p.m. for extra-curricular student activities. Please call us with additional questions at 920-923-8555.

George Koonce appointed co-chair of Toward One Inclusivity Conference

The Toward One Inclusivity Conference will be held in Milwaukee, WI on April 11-12, 2019. The conference provides individuals from various careers with the opportunity to attend and create presentations regarding inclusivity in education, the workplace, and the community. By bringing together individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds, the goal is to examine the most […]

Marian University holds 2018 December commencement

Marian University held its December commencement ceremony on Friday, December 14. During the ceremony, Provost Russell Mayer spoke about the light and wisdom that students have been growing at Marian University. “Knowledge without values is empty. Values without knowledge is dogmatism. Together, the knowledge and the values you have developed constitute wisdom. We live in […]

Marian University student receives Phyllis Gray Memorial Scholarship

Marian University student, Lillie Lee, received the Phyllis Gray Memorial Scholarship through the Educational Opportunity Association. This $1,000 scholarship is offered to students participating in the TRIO-Student Support within Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Lee was selected as the semi-finalist from Wisconsin and selected from ten semi-finalists as the […]

Marian University’s Student Veterans Organization provides assistance to local veterans

Marian University’s Student Veterans Organization (SVO) collected donations to create Thanksgiving dinner gift baskets and distributed them to 48 veterans and their families in Fond du Lac county. Donations included approximately 1,400 food items, $900 in monetary donations, and $1,000 Pick’ n Save gift cards. This year’s goal was exceeded and Marian students partnered with […]