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 […]

No increase in undergraduate tuition at Marian University for 2018-19 academic year

Marian University has frozen undergraduate tuition for the 2018-19 academic year. In a decision by Marian University administration, supported by the Board of Trustees, students at Marian will not see a tuition increase for the upcoming academic year. This freeze comes after the tuition reduction of 2017-18. Tuition for the traditional undergraduate program will remain […]

Marian University SVO collects, donates to local veterans

Marian University’s Student Veterans Organization (SVO) organized a Thanksgiving food drive for veterans in Fond du Lac. Forty-nine individuals and families, totaling 237 people, benefited from this drive. In total, 1,700 items were donated, $1,700 in monetary donations, and $905 in Pick ‘n Save gift cards. Marian’s SVO worked with a local Pick ‘n Save […]

Marian University student, Adrian Gonzalez, wins AVI competition

Marian University student Adrian Gonzalez won the AVI Digital Media Challenge hosted at Lambeau Field on October 20, 2017. Gonzalez is a junior graphic arts major hailing from Chicago, Illinois. His work will be featured on the AVI Systems website. AVI Systems held this competition asking students to create digital artwork that exemplifies the theme […]

U.S. Bank Foundation donates to Marian University’s Working Families Program

U.S. Bank Foundation has awarded Marian University a $2,000 grant designated for the Working Families Program. Marian University’s Working Families Program is one of the nation’s most comprehensive educational programs available to low income single parents. The Program offers single parent students with dependent children the opportunity to complete their bachelor’s degree and to break […]

Marian University Student Receives CIC/UPS Scholarship

Marian University student Cristina Smit , majoring in social work from Waupun, Wis. has been selected to receive a CIC/UPS Scholarship provided by the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (WAICU) and its national partner, the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) in Washington, DC. Nationally, CIC and the UPS Foundation provided more than $1.5 […]

Marian University professor, Kubasta, publishes 2 books

Marian University associate professor of English and co-chair of the Honors Program, Christina Kubasta, will have two books published in December. The poetry collection, Of Covenants, and a novella, a winning Driftless selection, Girling will both publish in December, 2017. Of Covenants, published by Whitepoint Press, considers the ways we name and structure experience, creating […]

Marian University to host civil liberties presentation

Marian University, with the assistance of a grant from the Center for the Study of Institutions and Innovation (CSII), will host a presentation entitled “Nazis marching, Act 10 protestors singing, entertainers kneeling, corporations funding politicians: How Far Should the Freedom to Squawk Go?” on Tuesday, November 7, at 7pm in room 205 of the Stayer […]

Marian University Business & Industry award winners

Marian University held its 36th annual Business & Industry awards dinner at Marian’s Stayer Center for Technology & Executive Learning on Wednesday, October 25. A number of organizations and individuals were recognized for their contributions to their respective areas, whether in business or the greater Fond du Lac Community. The Business of the Year award […]

Marian University approves officers, new members to Board of Trustees

Marian University recently re-appointed existing members and appointed a new member to its Board of Trustees, as well as appointed a slate of officers for the 2017-19 term. Current Board of Trustee members Todd Butz, Chief Financial Officer, MEC Inc.; Troy Schill, Director of Marketing & Sales Analytics & Operations, Grande Cheese Company; and Justin […]

Marian University appoints Provost, promotes Nienhaus

Marian University’s Board of Trustees has approved the appointment of Dr. Russel Mayer as Provost of Marian University. Additionally, the Board has approved the promotion of Dr. Cyndi Nienhaus, CSA, to Associate Professor of Religious Education/Teacher Education in the College of the Professions. Dr. Mayer, who will now serve as Marian University’s Provost, brought extensive […]

Higher Education Diversity Initiative to Team host its 3rd Annual Diversity Conference in Fond du Lac

Four Higher Education Institutions (HEDIT) is set to host their 3rd Annual Diversity Conference on November 9th at Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac. The title for this year’s conference is Mental Health Effects of Hate and Displacement HEDIT—which includes Marian University, Moraine Park Technical College, Ripon College and the University of Wisconsin- […]

Criminal Justice Students visit the Madison Police Academy

Professor Lewis of the Criminal Justice Program organized a field trip to the City of Madison Police Training Academy on Tuesday, October 10, 2017. Thirteen Criminal Justice and Forensic Science students toured the training facility. The students participated in a virtual firearms training scenario, watched a K9 presentation and demo, met with the Madison Police […]

Marian University to host Grant Writing 101 workshop

Marian University will offer a Grant Writing 101 workshop on Friday, November 10, 2017 at Marian’s Stayer Center for Technology and Executive Learning from 9am – 5pm. Individuals who participate will learn about successfully navigating funding support for non-profit institutions in the current climate, as well as learn the grant writing process from research to […]

Marian University welcomes Witness for Peace

Marian University’s Social Justice Committee will host a speaker from Witness for Peace on Wednesday, October 4 at 6:30pm in the room 205 of the Stayer Center for Technology and Executive Learning. Carol Rojas, an educator in working class neighborhoods in Colombia, helps communities to reduce gender-based discrimination and violence. A member of the Feminist […]

Marian announces 2017 Business & Industry award recipients

Marian University will hold its 36th annual Business & Industry awards dinner at Marian’s Stayer Center for Technology & Executive Learning on Wednesday, October 25. A reception will be held at 5:45 p.m., with dinner and awards ceremony to follow. The Business of the Year award will be presented to Grande Cheese Company. Recently celebrating […]

Marian University to host Kingian nonviolence training

Marian University’s Social Justice Committee, in partnership with the Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, will host Kingian Nonviolence introductory training on October 12 and 13, 9am – 3:30 (both days) in the Sodexo Dining Room within the Stayer Center for Technology and Executive Learning. This two-day training will focus on the philosophy and […]

Marian University receives CSII funding

Marian University was invited to participate in the Center for the Study of Institutions and Innovation (CSII) and did receive funding for the 2017-18 academic year. CSII’s mission is to provide leadership in Wisconsin, the region, and beyond on issues pertaining to civil liberty and related institutions (governmental, civic, business, social, scientific, religious, etc.) and […]

Marian University donates to Pillar & Vine

Marian University donated their gently used dorm mattresses to Pillar & Vine. “Donating to such a worthwhile organization is very rewarding,” said Paul Krikau, dean of students. “Pillar & Vine is an outstanding organization and we’re happy to assist how we can.” Pillar & Vine is a 501(c)3 private, non-profit, child-placing agency licensed through the […]

Marian University welcomes largest freshman class in school history

Marian University began the new academic year by welcoming the Class of 2021 to campus on Monday, August 28. The Class of 2021 consists of over 350 new freshman students, the largest freshman class in the history of Marian University. Students from high schools within Wisconsin, 23 other states and students from Canada, Germany, and […]

Marian University establishes Toastmaster’s chapter; info session set for Sept. 13

Marian University recently established a Toastmaster’s Chapter, and will hold an information session on Wednesday, September 13 from Noon – 1 p.m. at Marian’s Stayer Center Auditorium. Toastmaster’s is an international organization with more than 300,000 members around the world and is where “Leaders are Made.”  Participants in this organization develop soft skills, network with […]

Marian University announces new hires

Marian University has announced the hiring of several positions. Dr. Michael Carroll will serve as the interim chair of the Department of Business, and holds a rank of professor. Carroll comes to Marian with over 30 years of academic experience.  Dr. Carroll previously worked at Benedictine University (Ariz.) serving as the President and Dean of […]

Marian University to offer new At-Risk and Alternative Education master’s program

Marian University now offers a new At-Risk and Alternative Education master’s degree. The At-Risk and Alternative Education master’s program prepares educators, youth workers, counselors, juvenile services, and detention centers’ personnel to be more effective with at-risk youth – especially those students at-risk of not achieving educational or personal success in their lives. “At-risk kids take […]

Berndt selected as Marian’s Veteran of the Month

Zach Berndt was selected as Marian University’s Veteran of the Month for June. Berndt has served in the Army National Guard for the past 10 years. During his service, Berndt has taken every opportunity to serve his country, including attending trainings and schools, and was deployed to Afghanistan. Berndt strives to live the Army core […]

NEW Tuition Management System

Marian University is introducing some exciting enhancements to provide convenience and ease for our families to manage their education expenses in a one-stop, real-time environment. To learn more, please click on the link below. For questions regarding these exciting enhancements, please call TMS at 800.330.5095 or Marian University Office of Business and Finance at 920.923.8551. […]

Marian University students attend American Society for Microbiology Microbe 2017

Marian University students Breann Wenzel of Kaukauna, and Chelsea Mayer of Winneconne, along with Dr. Susan Bornstein-Forst, professor of biology, attended the American Society for Microbiology Microbe 2017 from June 1-5 in New Orleans. Mayer presented a poster presentation on the “Seasonal Antibiotic Resistance Dynamics for Escherichia coli serogroups O26, O45, O103, O111, O121, O145, […]

Marian University makes donation to Salvation Army’s PB&J Program

Marian University recently made a donation of 125 pounds of peanut butter to the Salvation Army for their summer peanut butter and jelly program. “The Marian community came together and donated peanut butter as part of our ‘Living the Mission: Sustaining Creation’ theme from the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes, who are the sponsor […]

Marian University to host summers scholars program in June

Marian University will hold a Summer Scholars Program for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are interested in earning college dual credit and exploring college life, on June 12-June 30, at Marian’s Fond du Lac campus. Attendees can enroll in one of three courses: BIO 104 – Environmental Science: A study of the organization […]

Marian University holds 2017 spring commencement

Marian University held its spring commencement exercises on Saturday, May 13. At the commencement ceremony held on the outdoor quad on Saturday, student speaker Scott Milnthorp, marketing and sport & recreation management double major and information technology minor from Calgary Alberta, Canada, spoke to his fellow graduates about the welcoming, supportive Marian community. “I don’t […]

Marian’s School of Business holds awards ceremony

The School of Business at Marian University recognized outstanding performance at its annual Awards Ceremony in Dorcas Chapel on April 20. The program opened with the induction of new members into Sigma Beta Delta (SBD), the international honor society in business, management, and administration. SBD was established to encourage and recognize scholarship and to promote […]

Marian University spring commencement set for May 12-13

Marian University will hold its 75th spring commencement on Friday, May 12 and Saturday, May 13. The Commencement weekend will begin on Friday, May 12, with the School of Nursing and Health Professions radiologic technology pinning ceremony beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Sadoff Auditorium in the Stayer Center,  and the nursing pinning ceremony beginning […]

Marian University to hold information sessions, May 3 and May 25

Marian University will hold two information sessions for individuals interested in its RN-BSN Completion Program on Wednesday, May 3 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. and on Thursday, May 25 from 2 – 4 p.m. at its Appleton campus, located at 720 W. Association Drive. Marian University’s 100% online RN-BSN program can be completed in […]

Pepper selected as Marian’s Veteran of the Month

Stephen Pepper was selected as Marian University’s Veteran of the Month for March. Pepper served in the Army and Army National Guard from 1983-2012, where he served as a military policeman and investigator, battalion supply sergeant, and readiness NCO. Pepper serves as the student veteran specialist at Moraine Park Technical College. He also serves as […]

Marian faculty, staff earn recognition awards; Ponder 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. Andrea Wolf, admission counselor and academic advisor in the School of Nursing and Health Professions, was awarded the Academic Advising Excellence Award. This award identifies positive role models for Marian […]

Marian University to host Celebrate Marian weekend, April 27-30

Marian University will hold its annual Celebrate Marian weekend on April 27-30. Thursday, April 27 Day of Giving: Marian’s 24-hour day of giving will support the annual scholarship fund. Individuals can give to the annual fund at or in-person during the hours of 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. in the administration building lobby. Veterans […]

Marian students take first and second place in Wisconsin Stock Market Competition

Two teams from the Marian University School of Business received awards for first and second place in the Adult/Technical/College Division of the Wisconsin Stock Market Simulation sponsored by EconomicsWisconsin. The student teams each managed a hypothetical $100,000 in online investment portfolios for 10 weeks during the fall semester. Awards were given to students managing the […]

Marian University announces $13 million Comprehensive Campaign

Marian University announced today it has embarked on the public phase of its $13 million comprehensive campaign, “The Marian Campaign: Inspired Students, Stronger Community.” “We are proud to be continuing the pioneering spirit of the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes with this ambitious fundraising campaign,” said Andrew P. Manion, Ph.D., president of Marian University. […]

Marian University faculty awarded tenure

The Marian University Board of Trustees recently approved and awarded tenure to three members of the University’s faculty. The newly-tenured professors are Dr. Kelly Chaney, Dr. Justin Ponder and Dr. Kristi Reitz. Dr. Kelly Chaney joined Marian University as Dean of the School of Education in June 2016, and currently serves as associate vice president […]

Dr. Rosa Martinez to serve as keynote speaker for Marian’s 10th annual Dr. Darold A. Treffert Lecture Series

Dr. Rosa Martinez, Ph.D., is the President and Founder of Strokes of Genius. Strokes of Genius focuses on educating and empowering individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by promoting the abilities in contrast to the disabilities.  Strokes of Genius builds and supports artistic talents through the provision of educational art studio experiences to “Train […]

Lemke selected as Marian’s Veteran of the Month

Robin Lemke was selected as Marian University’s Veteran of the Month for March. Lemke served for four years in the Marines, and met her husband, John, while serving. “Both my husband and I were serving. We were both deployed to Desert Storm – and only 26 days after we were married,” said Lemke. “Being in […]

Marian University to host CSI summer camp in June

Marian University will hold a CSI camp for high school students interested in exploring a career in criminal justice, homeland security, and forensic science, on June 19-21, 2017, at Marian’s Fond du Lac campus. Attendees will discover a variety of career opportunities, and will feature hands-on learning opportunities and sessions taught by Marian faculty and […]

Marian University to host Academic Symposium, March 28-29

Marian University will hold its annual Academic Symposium on March 28-29 in the Stayer Center. The keynote presentation will be held on Tuesday, March 28 from 6:30 – 8:15 p.m. Dr. Mark Taylor will serve as the keynote speaker. His presentation will focus on “Teaching and learning in a digital age: Impacts on the goals […]

Marian University to offer summer courses

Marian University will be offering a wide variety courses during its summer session, which begins on May 15. Whether looking to jump start one’s college career, or lighten one’s fall semester schedule, Marian University will offer both face-to-face and 100% online courses in topics like anatomy and physiology, American government, art fundamentals, life systems, argumentative […]

Former Packer’s Linebacker Koonce featured on Channel 9

George Koonce, senior vice president for university relations at Marian University, was recently featured on Channel 9 WAOW news. Koonce was interviewed about his new book, “Is there Life after Football? Surviving the NFL.” Watch the special report here:

Marian University establishes two new colleges

Marian University has re-organized its academic structure from four schools to two colleges, in order to better serve students. This change creates the new College of the Professions from what had been separate schools of education, business, and nursing and health professions. This new college will be led by Dean Linda Matheson, RN, Ph.D. The […]

Herdt selected as Marian’s Veteran of the Month

Daniel Herdt was selected as Marian University’s Veteran of the Month for February. Herdt served in the U.S. Air Force for more than 15 years, from 1973-1988, and enjoyed traveling from New York to Alaska, and even Portugal, during his service. In addition, Herdt was awarded the Longevity Achievement medal. The Veteran of the Month […]

Marian University to host pre-symposium event, February 15

Marian University will be hosting a pre-academic symposium event, “Keeping up with toddlers: Risks, realities and rewards of Technology” presentation on Wednesday, February 15 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Sadoff Auditorium in the Stayer Center. The event will feature keynote speaker Dana Miller. Miller will discuss the need for adults and parents to accept […]

Puddy selected as Marian’s Veteran of the Month

Jeff Puddy was selected as Marian University’s Veteran of the Month for January. Puddy served as a navigation electronics technician in the U.S. Navy for six years from 1983-1989, and was in the submarine force from 1985-1989. “You can’t go wrong entering the military,” said Puddy. “The benefits of training and getting to travel are amazing; plus, you get your education paid for […]

Nursing degree offered at Berlin hospital

BERLIN (WLUK) — Nurses can now earn bachelor’s degrees in Berlin. ThedaCare announced Monday that it has reached an agreement with Marian University to offer the program. The combined online and classroom education at ThedaCare Medical Center-Berlin takes about 18 months to complete for nurses who already have associate degrees. Coursework includes general education liberal […]

CSA Annual Women’s Leadership Breakfast

Women’s Leadership In Action Keynote Speaker: Karen Vernal-President of Vernal Management Consultants A highly skilled, creative professional Karen spent 7 years Working with the Green Bay Packer leadership team. She and her team seek to build vibrant, results oriented institutions both in the nonprofit, for profit and governmental arena. Karen believes in living your life […]

Marian University Presents for Pediatrics collects over 1,000 gifts for hospitalized children

The fourteenth annual Marian University School of Nursing and Health Professions Presents for Pediatrics campaign has collected more than 1,000 gifts for children in Wisconsin hospitals. Each holiday season, Marian University Student Nurses Association (MUSNA) collect toys, DVDs, books, games, activity sets and other gifts, and deliver them to St. Agnes Hospital in Fond du […]

Lotto selected as Marian’s Veteran of the Month

Zack Lotto was selected as Marian University’s Veteran of the Month for December.  Zack Lotto has served in the Army for the past ten years, and is currently still actively serving our country.     “I’m having a great time. I’m hoping to do this for another 10 years, ” said Lotto. “I joined because I was looking for […]

Marian student completes blog as part of new externship program

Marian University’s Career Services recently piloted an externship program exclusively for first-year student exploring careers during winter break. As part of her experience at Drexel Building Supply, Alyssa Bartelt ’20 documented her experience on the company’s blog! Check it out:

Marian to hold informational open houses at new partnership site at ThedaCare in Berlin

Marian University will hold two informational open houses for individuals interested in the RN-BSN Completion program through its partnership program offered at ThedaCare in Berlin, located at 225 Memorial Drive in Berlin, Wis. The informational open houses will be held on January 12, 2017 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., and January 17, 2017 from 3 – 7 p.m. The RN-BSN Completion program is […]

Live Stream of Marian’s Commencement Ceremony

Not everyone can attend Marian’s winter commencement ceremony, but that shouldn’t stop friends and family from joining in on the celebration! Whether celebrating near or afar, click here to watch the ceremony on live streaming video. Graduation ceremonies are also archived, so friends and family can watch or replay the event here at your convenience.

December Graduation Announcement

The National Weather Service is predicting snow for Friday, December 16, 2016. Marian University will hold the December graduation ceremony regardless of weather conditions. We caution all graduates, guests, and University representatives to be attentive to road conditions and drive with care.  

Marian University students compete in Northwest Model UN Conference

The Marian University Model United Nations team traveled to the Northwest Model United Nations Conference in Seattle, Wash., from November 18-20. Seventeen Marian University students competed with students from other universities across the country. Marian University represented the countries of Turkey, Mali, Trinidad and Tobago, DPR Korea and Argentina.  As diplomats, the students collaborated with […]

Marian University to offer winterim courses

Marian University will be offering a variety of courses during its winterim session, January 3-20. Whether looking to create more room in one’s spring semester schedule, get a head start on college, or simply looking for winter enrichment, Marian’s winterim semester offers traditional semester-long courses in online or 3-week accelerated formats, allowing individuals to advance […]

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

FOND DU LAC, Wis. – Marian University has named Jason M. Harmon as the Vice President for Enrollment Management, effective November 1, 2016. Harmon brings extensive experience in higher education enrollment management, having served in a variety of leadership roles. Harmon previously served in various positions at Aurora University in Aurora, Ill., including Director of […]