Registrar

Inspired to maintain quality records and provide academic data, the Office of the Registrar serves the Marian University community through retaining accurate records for each student, while maintaining confidentiality. The Office of the Registrar also serves the University through providing advice and counsel on academic policies, registration processing, transfer credit evaluation, enrollment, transcript requests, statistical reporting and student data management.

REGISTRAR FORMS
REGISTRAR OFFICE
Academic Bulletin

Transcript Request

If you are a former student, please click here to request transcripts:

Former Student Transcripts

If you are a current student, please click here to request transcripts:

current student Transcripts

Once you are signed in, click on the “Request official transcript” in the middle of the page.
If you have any problems or questions, please feel free to contact the ITS Help Desk or Office of the Registrar

ITS Help Desk
920.923.8947
Mon. – Fri. 7:30AM – 6:30PM
Sat. 8AM – 12:00PM
helpdesk@marianuniversity.edu

Office of the Registrar
920.923.7618
Mon. – Fri. 8AM – 4:30PM
registraroffice@marianuniversity.edu

Academic Calendar

2020-2021 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
2021-2022 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

Marian University Payment

Payment Options:

  1. Pay your out of pocket cost in full by the first day of class to avoid all late fees, service charges and payment plan charges.
  2. Sign up for a Nelnet Campus Commerce payment plan by logging in to your Sabrenet account and clicking on “Make a Payment” from the Finances tab. A $50 enrollment fee per semester applies. Five, four, and three month payment plan options are available dependent on the timing of enrollment. First time users will need to answer security questions and set up a pin #.

*Fall 2021 payment plan enrollment will open 7.15.21, and close 9.13.21.

*Nelnet payment plans are only for current charges.  Past due balances may not be enrolled in a Nelnet payment plan.

For questions regarding billing and payments, please contact the Office of Business & Finance at 920.923.8551 or obf@marianuniversity.edu

For questions regarding enrolling in a payment plan or making payments using Nelnet Campus Commerce, please call 800.609.8056.

For questions regarding making one-time payments on past due balances prior to Fall 2019, please call TMS at 800.330.5095.

Accepted Payment Methods:

1. Mail a Payment

Mail a personal check, cashier’s check or money order to:

Marian University
Attention: Office of Business & Finance
45 S. National Ave.
Fond du Lac, WI  54935

*Please include your 5 digit student ID# and note the Year/Term in which the payment should be applied (example:  Fall 2021). Checks should be made payable to Marian University

2. In person Payment

Payments can be made in the Office of Business & Finance located at 18 S. National Ave.  Hours of operation are Mon-Fri, 8am-4:30pm.  Cash, personal check, cashier’s check, credit/debit card, or money order is accepted. A 2.75% processing fee will apply for all debit/credit card payments.

3. Online Debit/Credit Card Payment and eCheck Payments:

Log in to your Sabrenet account, and click on “Make a Payment” from the Finances tab.  You will be redirected to Nelnet Campus Commerce. Follow the prompts for making online payment.

*A 2.75% processing fee will apply to all Debit/Credit Card payments. There is no fee for eCheck payments made online using your bank account (ACH withdrawal).

Withdrawal and Refund Policies

  • Students withdrawing from the University must notify the Registrar.
  • The official date of university withdrawal for purposes of determining refund and academic action is the day upon which the properly completed Withdraw from the University Request form is received in the Office of the Registrar. If withdrawal is not completed prior to the last week of the semester, final grades will be recorded.
  • Tuition will be refunded according to the University Refund Policy.
Withdraw from the University Request form
Tuition Refund Policy Form
Withdrawal and Refund Policy Form

Tuition Refund Policy

Students are responsible for adding, dropping, and withdrawing from courses. This includes the completion and submission of Course Drop forms. The day on which the Office of the Registrar receives the Course Drop form is the official drop date. To avoid a failing grade, students must drop any courses not attended. Students who receive federal financial aid funding should check with the Office of Financial Aid when any changes are made in course registration for the semester. The following refunds and academic notations are applicable:

Additional information

  • For purposes of determining refund, the official date of course drop/withdrawal or University withdrawal is the day upon which completed course drop or withdrawal forms are received in the Office of the Registrar. Emails, phone calls or no longer attending class do not constitute a proper withdrawal from class. The required Course Drop form must be completed and submitted to the Office of the Registrar.
  • The Office of Financial Aid has a separate Refund Policy for returning aid when a student withdraws from a course or the University.
  • The refund policy also applies to students who are suspended or expelled for disciplinary reasons.
  • Fees for courses dropped after the add/drop period are not refunded.
  • Room charges are non-refundable.
  • Appeals of the refund policy should be submitted to the Office of Business and Finance. Appeals must be submitted within 30 days of posting to a student account.
  • Board refunds are made, with appropriately approved exceptions, on a pro-rated basis.
  • Through the appropriate action of its administration and Board of Trustees, the University reserves the right to make changes in the above as financial and operational considerations may require. Changes in tuition or fees after publication of this bulletin are printed separately and are made available to all current and prospective students.
Length of class Amount of refund
14 weeks or longer:
1st week 90%
2nd week 75%
3rd week 50%
After 3rd week None
7 to 13 weeks:
1st week 90%
2nd week 75%
3rd week 50%
After 3rd week None
1 to 6 weeks:
1st week 90%
2nd week 50%
After 2nd week None
2‐day courses:
1st day 50%
2nd day None