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 […]

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 […]

Marian University displays a new flag to recognize the Iroquois Confederacy

On Monday, November 19, Marian University held a ceremony to add the flag of the Iroquois Confederacy to their display of international flags in the Cardinal Meyer Library. The collection includes the flags of nations of citizenship of students who have attended Marian University. The Iroquois Confederacy (or Haudenosaunee, which means, “people of the longhouse”) […]

Marian University student receives CIC/UPS Scholarship

Marian University student Andrew Nuanes, from Denver, Colorado, is a junior majoring in criminal justice/homeland security, has been selected to receive a $3,000 CIC/UPS Scholarship provided by the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (WAICU) and its national partners, the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) in Washington, DC and the UPS Foundation in Atlanta, […]

Marian University Women’s Chorale to hold fall concert

Marian University Women’s Chorale will present a fall concert on Friday, November 16, 2018 at the Thelma Sadoff Performing Arts Center (51 Sheboygan Street in Fond du Lac, WI 54935). The concert will begin at 7:30 pm. The program is titled “Top Ten Hits throughout the Decades” which will include Viva La Vida by Coldplay, […]

TRIO continues grants for SSS and UBMS for the 2018-2019 school year at Marian University

TRIO-Student Support Services (SSS) and Upward Bound Math and Science programs (UBMS) grants were renewed for the 2018-2019 school year. The TRIO-SSS program provides financial assistance for first-generation college students, students with low income, and students with disabilities. The UBMS program, also a TRIO program, serves at-risk high school students by providing academic opportunities in […]

Marian University 2018 Business & Industry award winners

Marian University held its 37th annual Business & Industry awards dinner at Marian’s Stayer Center for Technology & Executive Learning on Wednesday, October 31. Businesses and individuals from the greater Fond du Lac community were recognized for their contributions in their respective areas. The Business of the Year award was presented to C.D. Smith Construction, […]

Morning Rotary Recognizes Local College Students

FOND DU LAC, WI, October 11 — Two college students, Sydney George from UW-Fond du Lac and Alyssa Babler from Marian University, were recognized for their community involvement and  “service-above-self” during the Fond du Lac Morning Rotary Club meeting at South Hills Golf and Country Club. The Fond du Lac Morning Rotary College Student of […]

Wisconsin Achievers

Nursing major finds his fit at Marian University Adam Sydow walks to the beat of his own drum. Beginning his educational career seeking a degree in radiologic technology, Adam changed course and decided to pursue nursing after his first semester. “Given the job market, it seemed like a good decision to change my major,” said […]

“Infamous Mothers: An evening with the creators” at Marian University

Marian University will host author Segashus Livingston, author; Michael Coleman, playwright; Marie Justice, director of stage production; and Matthew Korda, producer of stage production of the play “Infamous Mothers” on Thursday, October 25 at 7:00 p.m. in the Stayer Center for Technology auditorium. “Infamous Mothers” is a book about 20 single black mothers who overcame […]

Marian University presents 2018 Business & Industry awards

The 37th Annual Business and Industry Awards dinner will be held on Wednesday, October 31 at Marian’s Stayer Center for Technology & Executive Learning. The evening begins with a reception at 5:45 p.m., with dinner and awards ceremony immediately after. The 2018 award winners are: Business of the Year – C.D. Smith Construction Community Collaboration […]

Marian University dedicates new science center

The dedication of the Dr. Richard and Leslie Ridenour Science Center goes beyond brick and mortar and recognizes the lasting impact of Marian’s 11th President, Dr. Richard Ridenour, and the commitment to creating a space for the innovative education of Marian students. Upgrading the existing science building provided 17,000 additional square feet and created the […]

Higher ed institutions in Fond du Lac county host tenth joint diversity workshop for students and community

As a collaborative effort, the four institutions of higher education in Fond du Lac County will jointly sponsor their tenth annual diversity event,  “Teaching, Learning and Working Inclusively,” a free interactive workshop featuring keynote speaker Dr. Charles A. Taylor, on Thursday, November 8 from 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Marian University. Students from Marian […]

Marian University welcomes the class of 2022

Marian University began the new academic year by welcoming the Class of 2022 to campus on Monday, August 27. The Class of 2022 consists of 315 new freshman students, the second largest freshman class in the history of Marian University. The incoming freshman and transfer class marks the second straight year the incoming class is […]

Teacher Training Program To Address Tech Ed Teacher Shortage In North-Central Wisconsin

A new teacher training program in central Wisconsin aims to address a shortage of technology education teachers. Graduates would be equipped to teach a wide range of disciplines including construction, electronics and engineering in K-12. Northcentral Technical College and Marian University of Wisconsin hope to launch the program in the fall. Aspiring teachers would get […]

Brief Power Outage, 7.14.18

As we continue to move forward on the renovation of the Dr. Richard and Leslie Ridenour Science Center, there will be a brief power outage on Saturday, July 14, between 8am – 12pm. Buildings affected are the administration building, Dorcas Chapel, and the Cardinal Meyer Library. We apologize for this inconvenience.

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

Marian University has announced the names of students whose spring-semester academic standing has qualified them for Marian’s Dean’s List. The Dean’s List is published three times a year with the names of all full-time students who have earned a minimum 3.5 grade point average. Area students who granted Marian University permission to share their information […]

Marian’s Upward Bound Math and Science summer program to kick off June 18

Marian University’s Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) program’s 2018 summer session will be held June 18 through July 27, primarily on the university’s main campus. This non-residential program will welcome approximately 50 ninth- through 11th-grade students from both the Fond du Lac and North Fond du Lac School Districts. Academic activities offered during the […]

Marian to hold annual Alumni & Friends Golf Outing

Marian University’s Office of Alumni Relations will host the 10th annual Alumni & Friends Golf Outing on Friday, June 15 at Whispering Springs Golf Club in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Whether you’re a novice or expert golfer, Marian University invites you to come together to not only enjoy a round of golf, but support the […]

Congratulations to FEI Member, Scott Dell

The chapter is excited to announce your fellow member, Scott Dell, was presented with the Accounting Educator Award at the 2018 WICPA Excellence Awards last evening! This annual event was held at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center and honors accounting professionals for their leadership and dedication to excellence. This award in particular commends an accounting […]

Marian University launches The Muriel Press

Marian University will launch The Muriel Press in the fall of 2018. The Muriel Press is an embedded micro-press at Marian University, where students gain hands-on skills in editing, book design, marketing, and public relations through an internship-in-the-classroom. Through a multi-course sequence delivered through the English, Art, and Communication programs, students take books from submission […]

Marian University’s Working Families Grant Program still accepting applications

Marian University’s Working Families Grant Program is still accepting applications for the 2018-19 academic year. Inspired to further one’s education, the Working Families Grant Program works to advance the University’s mission, core values, and legacy of service by awarding tuition and stipend grants to economically disadvantaged single parents with dependent children – parents who possess […]

Marian University spring commencement set for May 12

Marian University will hold its spring commencement on Saturday, May 12. The Commencement celebration will begin Friday, May 11 with the Radiologic Technology pinning ceremony in the Sadoff Auditorium at 4:30pm, followed by the Nursing pinning ceremony in the Sadoff Gymnasium and the Education commissioning ceremony in Dorcas Chapel on the Marian University campus, both […]

Marian University to host 4th annual Day of Giving

Marian University will host its 4th annual Day of Giving on Thursday, April 26, a fundraising event that encourages alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents, and the community to come together to support Marian University. The community is invited to donate online at www.marianuniversity.edu/dayofgiving or by calling the donation hotline at 920.923.7613. Marian’s Day of Giving […]

Marian University to host Toastmasters open house and charter celebration

Marian University’s Sabre Speakers Toastmasters Club will host an open house and mock meeting on Wednesday, April 25, at noon, at Marian University’s Sadoff Auditorium located in the Stayer Center for Executive Learning and Technology. Toastmasters International is a world leader in communication and leadership development. Toastmasters has more than 352,000 memberships. Members improve their […]

Marian University Chamber Singers Spring Concert

The Marian University Chamber Singers will perform their Spring Concert on Sunday, April 22nd at 2 pm in Dorcas Chapel on the university campus. Dorcas Chapel is located at the corner of National Avenue and Division Street. The chorus is under the direction of Assistant Professor of Music David Hein. The concert is free and […]

Marian University focusing on online, growing adult and graduate programs

Marian University is committed to providing adult and graduate programs that are flexible and meet the needs of today’s adult learners. As a result, many of the adult and graduate programs are currently being delivered in online or hybrid formats or through onsite partnerships. Therefore, an institutional decision has been made to sell the University’s […]

College Student Volunteer Experience in Food Pantry Inspires Chain Reaction of Kindnesses: Kara Hooyman’s volunteer experience celebrates the power of the volunteer experience in time for April’s National Volunteer Month

Kara Hooyman saw the faces of those our community terms “poor,” “struggling” and “needy” while volunteering at The Salvation Army Food Pantry.  As a Marian University Sophomore Nursing Student in Associate Professor Chris Laurent’s NRS’s Clinical class, Kara expected to donate 4 hours of her time in the food pantry, stocking shelves and escorting clients […]

Marian University to offer creative thinking workshop

Marian University will host a workshop titled The Psychology and Mindset of Creative Thinking, Tuesday, April 24 from 1-4:30pm at Marian’s Appleton Center located at 720 Association Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin. Tickets are $149 and must be purchased in advance. This workshop will introduce creativity in a holistic, attitudinal, and personal approach.  One doesn’t just become […]

Marian University to offer communicating during a crisis workshop

Marian University will host a workshop titled Communicating During a Crisis, Wednesday, April 25 from 7:30 – 9am at the Appleton Center located at 720 West Association Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin. Tickets are $30 and should be purchased in advance. Companies and nonprofit organizations deal with problems every day. Sometimes an incident emerges that severely disrupts […]

Marian University to offer communicating during a crisis workshop

Marian University will host a workshop titled Communicating During a Crisis, Wednesday, April 18 from 7:30 – 9am at the Center for Health Professions located at 30 S. Main Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Tickets are $30 and should be purchased in advance. Companies and nonprofit organizations deal with problems every day. Sometimes an incident […]

Financial Executives International (FEI) of Northeastern Wisconsin Announces 2018 Academic Achievement Awards Winners

Wisconsin – For over a decade, Financial Executives International (FEI) of Northeastern Wisconsin has proudly supported the FEI Academic Achievement Awards, a program developed to recognize and reward demonstrated excellence in finance and accounting students in colleges throughout the area. Each of the five $1,000 award checks will be distributed on April 18, 2018, and […]

Marian University to host Academic Symposium, April 10-11

Marian University will hold its 15th annual Academic Symposium on April 10-11 in the Stayer Center for Executive Learning and Technology. The keynote presentation will be held on Tuesday, April 10 from 7 – 8:30 pm. Mr. Michael Twitty will address the multifaceted intersection between American culture, race, and cuisine by reflecting on his own […]

Marian student Kayla Waterman passes away

Marian student Kayla Waterman passed away Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Funeral arrangements will be shared as they become available. On Friday, March 23, faculty, staff, students, and community members are welcome to join a special service in Dorcas Chapel at noon to remember the life of Kayla. Staff and counselors will be on hand when […]

Marian University to host March For Our Lives rally

Marian University will host a March For Our Lives peaceful rally on campus Saturday, March 24, beginning at 3pm. The rally will include an informational briefing before the walk. Materials will be provided to make signs. Participants should gather in the quad area near the Hornung Student Center. Parking is available in the lot on […]

Marian University’s George Koonce receives Legend’s Award

Marian University’s Dr. George Koonce was selected to win the Fellowship Open Legend’s Award. Dr. Koonce will receive the award at the annual event in August, 2018. The Fellowship Open’s principal objective is to work to support organizations that are having a meaningful and demonstrable difference on the lives of the youngsters in the City […]

Marian University to host presentation, The Differences Between Great Shape and Game Shape and Which One Employers Prefer

Marian University will host Alonzo Kelly (1996 graduate of Marian University) as he presents “The Difference Between Great Shape and Game Shape and Which One Employers Prefer” on Sunday, March 4 from 6:30 – 7:30pm in the Sadoff Auditorium in the Stayer Center for Executive Learning and Technology. “One of the greatest lessons I learned […]

Marian University to host Whiskey Tasting Fundraiser

Marian University will host a Whiskey Tasting Fundraiser event on Saturday, March 17 beginning at 5pm. Monies raised during this event will be used to offset costs to Marian University students studying abroad or attending humanitarian mission trips. The Whiskey Tasting will be held at Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts and will include four […]

Marian University game drive

Marian University is hosting a game drive for the month of March. Games can be dropped off during regular business hours at the Tech HUB located in the lobby of the administration building located at 45 S. National Avenue. Items can also be dropped off any time the Cardinal Meyer Library is open. This game […]

Our relationship with Marian University changes lives

The following story is shared with permission from the Fond du Lac Salvation Army…. Well over two hundred students and staff have already volunteered a helping hand and the benefit of their growing expertise to help us, help others. Each semester that number grows, along with their impact. Students conduct free health risk assessments, blood […]

Marian University’s student nurses’ association receives state awards

Twelve nursing students from Marian University represented the Marian University Student Nurses’ Association (MUSNA) at the 69th Annual Convention of the Wisconsin Student Nurses’ Association (WNSA), which was held February 9 – 11 in Wisconsin Dells, WI. The convention gave students an opportunity to network with other nursing students from around the state, to participate […]

Everyone is talking about the weather!

The National Weather Service has cancelled the ice storm warning for Fond du Lac. Fond du Lac is now under a winter weather advisory from 6pm today (Monday, February 19) until 3pm tomorrow (Tuesday, February 20). ​ As of now, all classes will continue to run as scheduled. Marian University will continue to monitor the […]

Marian University host annual MLK community prayer breakfast

Marian University held their Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Prayer Breakfast on Monday, January 15 to a sold-out crowd. The keynote speaker, Arletta Allen, is a current Marian University student, a mother of four, and a full-time employee at SSM Health. Allen grew up in Yazoo City, Miss. until the age of 10 when […]

Marian University’s student social work association donates to NAMI

Marian University’s Student Social Work Association (SSWA) donated $3,347.50 to the Fond du Lac Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). On October 4, 2017, Marian University’s SSWA hosted a presentation on Trauma-Informed Care and Adverse Childhood Experiences by Dr. Matthew Doll, Ph.D. from Agnesian HealthCare. Members of Marian University’s Student Social Work […]

Marian University names new academic dean

Marian University has named Dr. Joseph Foy to serve as Dean of the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters. Dr. Foy holds a Ph.D. in American Government and Comparative Politics from the University of Notre Dame; a M.A. in Comparative Politics and International Relations also from Notre Dame; and a B.A. in Political Science and […]

Marian University Presents for Pediatrics Project collects over 2000 gifts for hospitalized children

The fifteenth annual Marian University Presents for Pediatrics project collected more than 2000 gifts for children in Wisconsin Hospitals. Each holiday season, Marian University Student Nurses Association collect toys, stuffed animals, DVD’s, books, games, activity sets and other gifts and deliver them to St. Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in […]

Marian University holds 2017 December commencement

Marian University held its December commencement exercises on Friday, December 15. At the commencement ceremony held in the Marian University Sadoff Gymnasism, keynote speaker and honorary degree recipient Ave Bie, business law and energy attorney with the national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP, congratulated graduates on their achievements, and challenged them to embrace […]

Marian University participates in Model UN

Marian University’s Model UN team traveled to Washington, DC November 1 – 6, 2017 to participate in the national conference.  They represented United Nations Member State of the Royal Kingdom of Morocco, visited their embassy, and placed in the upper third of all teams at the competition, earning an official Honorable Mention. Participating students included […]

Marian University winter commencement set for December 15

Marian University will hold its winter commencement on Friday, December 15. The Commencement celebration will begin with the Nursing pinning ceremony at Holy Family Catholic Community Parish at 271 Fourth Street Way in Fond du Lac and the Education pinning ceremony at Dorcas Chapel on the Marian University campus, both at 4:00 p.m. The graduation […]