Marian University welcomes Class of 2018

September 15, 2014

August 27,2014

FOND DU
LAC, Wis.

Inspiring students to reach their
potential, Marian University began the new academic year by welcoming the Class
of 2018 to campus on Tuesday, August 26.

The Class of 2018 joins the total traditional
undergraduate enrollment of 1,288 students that represents students from high
schools within Wisconsin and beyond, including international students from
Canada, Sweden, Philippines and India.

In preparation for the new academic year, Marian
University has expanded program offerings to include Exercise and Sport
Science, and Community Health and Human Services as traditional undergraduate
academic programs, as well as a 100% online Bachelor of Business Administration
degree and a 100% online RN-BSN program within Adult and Graduate Studies.

This year

s new first-year students began their school year
serving the community, through several service-learning projects in and around
the Fond du Lac area, including at the ASTOP Sexual Abuse Center, Children

s Museum of Fond du
Lac, CSA Motherhouse, Fond du Lac County Land and Water Conservation
Department, Woodlands Senior Center, Manor Care and Big Brothers/Big Sisters,
among others.

The first day of
college is an exciting and nervous time for all students. We

re here to help
with that transition and help students achieve their personal and professional
goals,

said Stacey Akey, vice president of
enrollment management.

During their educational experience at Marian,
students will take part in personal, one-on-one classroom experiences, with
more than 90% of students engaging in hands-on classroom and internship
learning opportunities.

Applications are still being accepted for adult
undergraduate and graduate programs. For more information, contact the Office
of Adult and Graduate Admission at 920-923-7650 or

admission@marianuniversity.edu

.