On Friday, August 27, Marian University welcomed the newest class of Sabres to campus.
The Class of 2025 joins the total undergraduate enrollment of 1,167 students which includes new traditional students from high schools within Wisconsin and 24 other states, including international students from Canada and Scotland.
Marian University has continued to deliver face to face learning in combination with hybrid and 100% online delivery throughout the pandemic. Health, safety, and wellness continue to be at the forefront of Marian’s mission within the value of community.
“The first day of college is an exciting and nervous time for all students, and we’re here to help with that transition so that students can achieve their personal and professional goals,” said Shannon LaLuzerne, assistant vice president and dean of enrollment. “Students will take part in personal, one-on-one classroom experiences, with advisors, faculty, and staff to support, teach, and guide them through their college career.”
Adult Undergraduate and Graduate students began classes on Monday, August 30. Programs are conducted in a variety of lengths including 4-week, 7-week, and 15-weeks providing flexibility for individuals looking to complete their degree or earn a Master’s degree. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.