Why Should You Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Dental Hygiene?

  Two years ago, Megan Laurent, a dental hygienist working in the Milwaukee area, hit what she called “a wall in my clinical career.” After earning an associate degree and gaining work experience, she wanted to do more in her profession, especially in providing service for underserved populations. That’s when she decided to enter the […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Ashley Bauer

Graduate Ashley Bauer reflects on first year as nurse For Ashley Bauer, transferring to Marian University after her freshman year of college was scary. But, little did she know the decision would help prepare her to face something far scarier – being a nurse during the COVID-19 pandemic. With countless family members playing pivotal roles […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Trevor Jossart

Trevor Jossart prepared to take on new challenges in new role as director of athletic communications In just a few weeks 2016 Marian University graduate Trevor Jossart will start his new position as the director of athletic communications at Augustana College, a Division III school in Illinois that will add a lot more to his […]

Why First-Generation College Students Choose Marian University

First-generation college students are special for every family who has one. Becoming the first member of your family to earn a college degree is a major accomplishment. It marks a milestone of achievement and serves as inspiration for other family members to follow in their footsteps. Marian University takes extra steps to support first-generation college […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Seth Condra

Former Sabre continues to make waves with the Atlanta Braves As a student at Marian University, Seth Condra always appreciated how many guest speakers were arranged to meet with him and his fellow Sport and Recreation Management classmates. It’s why now, as the Manager of Group and Hospitality Sales for the Atlanta Braves, he never […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Krista Schmitz

Krista Schmitz becomes first Sabre to net IO Psych Master’s If you went back in time to Xavier High School in Appleton and told Neenah native Krista Schmitz that her future would include becoming the first ever graduate of Marian University’s 100% online Industrial Organizational Psychology master’s program, she would understandably be a little confused. […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Paulette Brown

At 50 years old, Paulette Brown earned her degree and the skills needed to succeed as a secretary for Ebony Vision When it comes to being the secretary at Ebony Vision, Paulette Brown does it all – and she credits Marian University with teaching her all she needed to know. “All of the skills I […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Caroline Nelson

Down by the (Tampa) Bay, graduate Caroline Nelson is thriving When Caroline Nelson was in high school, she didn’t see college as her next direction in the future. But four years, three major changes and two transfers later, she not only finds herself with a degree, but with her dream job in Tampa Bay. “Marian […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Doug Edelstein

Deputy District Attorney Doug Edelstein continues utilizing lessons learned at Marian When you ask Doug Edelstein about his fondest memories of attending Marian University, he immediately thinks about all the fun he had. “I recall joking with the professors and always having a good time,” he said. But make no mistake, his education was no […]

Marian University to host in-person pre-college summer academy

Marian University’s Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) program is gearing up to host its ninth pre-college and career readiness summer academy, which will begin on Monday, June 21. Marian’s UBMS program provides educational services during the academic year and for a six-week period during the summer. It is primarily funded by the U.S. Department […]

Public invited to free Marian University professional development workshop “Adapting to the Changing Workforce”

Marian University will hold the free virtual professional development workshop “Adapting to the Changing Workforce” from noon-1 p.m. on Thursday, June 3, and the public is invited to attend. Facilitated by Gina Possin, founder and director of the Marian University Industrial Organizational Psychology Graduate Program, the workshop will explore how business owners and managers can […]

Marian University releases details for May 8 spring commencement

Marian University will hold its spring commencement at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 8. The celebration will take place rain or shine on the field of Herr-Baker Field Baseball Stadium on the Marian University campus. In accordance with recommendations from the Fond du Lac County Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control, graduates will […]

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

Marian University virtually hosted its annual Faculty & Staff Recognition Ceremony recently, presenting a number of awards to employees – including the James Underkofler Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award to Dr. Amy Hennings. Hennings, an associate professor of Psychology and Psychology Program Chair, earned the award – which requires the recipient “demonstrate outstanding performance and […]

Sabre women’s tennis falls to Wisconsin Lutheran 5-4

Marian University women’s tennis (2-5, 2-4 NACC) dropped a tight 5-4 match to Wisconsin Lutheran in NACC action. The Sabres opened with a lead over the Warriors after taking two of the three doubles matches.  Emma Lewandowksi and Carly Paulson were able to earn a No. 1 doubles win, while Katrina Pokorny and Aeryn Olson […]