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

July 18, 2019

There’s still time to start! Apply to College today with NO APPLICATION FEE and enroll for Fall. Classes start on September 3rd.
Apply to College Today

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 too late to apply, you should get started now.

Classes for undergraduates start Sept. 3rd and you can still enroll for a fall schedule. Applications are open to both freshmen students and those wishing to transfer from another academic institution.

There is no application fee. That means potential students have nothing to lose and everything to gain, including a variety of merit scholarships valued from $6,000 to $15,000. You can find the details for applying to Marian University right here.

Marian University

Marian University offers students a high-quality, affordable education both on-campus and online. Whether you’re interested in on-campus education in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin or online classes through Marian’s MPath program you’ll be part of a school with a mission to inspire every student to be successful in their chose career field.

This is where you’ll find your perfect fit. Online and on-campus Marian provides an environment where you can immerse yourself in a community of like-minded students and approachable faculty who will become part of your success story.

Marian University offers degrees in many fields, including

  • Business
  • Nursing
  • Education
  • Forensic science
  • Exercise sport science
  • Social work
  • Criminal justice.

Marian’s degree programs offer great flexibility for students who enroll in classes online or on-campus. Students also have the option to study abroad, work at internships or clinicals in their chosen profession, student teach, attend seminars, and participate in cooperative education

Apply to College: Claim Your Scholarship and Transfer Credits

At Marian University we want college to be affordable for all who are ready to improve their lives through higher education. That’s why Marian applicants are encouraged to apply for financial aid and scholarships. Students should note that while scholarship money is still available for the Fall semester, (99% of Marian students receive some type of financial aid) the deadline for maximum consideration for the next academic year has passed and you’ll want to apply early in following years.

In addition to scholarship money, Marian University offers a generous transfer credit policy to make it even easier for you to complete your education. Transfer students may receive up to 96 credits for courses completed at colleges and universities accredited by a regional accrediting organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

How Important is a College Degree?

According to the US Department of Education, a college degree is one of the most important investments you can make. Earning a college degree provides benefits that affect your financial health, job stability and success outside of your career. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)  reports that graduates with a four-year degree make, on average, $468 more per week than those without a degree. College graduates also face lower unemployment numbers – 2.2% as opposed to 4.1% for those with no college degree, according to the BLS.

Americans with college degrees have also been found to be healthier and happier in life both in and out of work according to the Department of Education. Graduates are generally healthier, more engaged in their community and experience greater stability at work.

It’s not too late to make the decision to attend college – not sometime in the far future, but this fall! Remember to complete your application no later than September 10th. At Marian, we’re ready to support and inspire you on your road to future success. Visit our admissions page for more information and details about GPA, test scores and other admission requirements details.