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 at $13,475 per semester, or $26,950 for the full year.
“You may recall, last year we reduced our tuition by $910 per year. We continue to be very careful stewards of [your] tuition dollars,” said Andrew P. Manion, president of Marian University. “We believe by holding our tuition steady, we continue to honor our commitment to keep our high-quality, Catholic, values-centered education affordable to our students.”