Campus Life

Dining
Housing
Campus Safety and Community Standards
Things to Do

Marian University Campus Life

Making memories on the Marian University campus happens both in and out of the classroom.   While our campus may be compact, we have an active student community.  Whether meeting for dinner, attending a sporting event, or having a study session with your dorm buddies, your days will be full of activities that interest you.

Check out our FacebookTwitter, and Instagram accounts to see what’s all happening on campus.

Dining

If you’re looking for coffee, a sandwich, and a place to relax and enjoy them, visit Marian’s coffeehouse, featuring Sammies Honest Sandwiches. Located in the Todd Wehr Alumni Center, this popular meeting place also hosts special events such as musicians, comedians, and academic discussions throughout the year. Dining points, case and debit/credit cards are accepted.

For more detailed information on campus dining and meal plans, click here.

Housing

No matter what your housing preference, Marian has options for your lifestyle. Looking for the traditional college-living experience? Naber Hall, our co-ed freshman residence hall, is for you. If you’re looking for a more independent apartment setting, the Marian Townhouse Village, the Duplexes or the Cedar Creek Apartments are the place to be. There is also a variety of housing units in the Courtyards, and all Marian housing options are close to the Hornung Student Center and Marian’s coffeehouse.

All of Marian’s residence units are smoke-free, have wireless internet, spacious TV lounges and common areas, as well as laundry and storage facilities. You’ll have all of the comforts of home at your new “home away from home” at Marian University.

Questions about housing, contact the Office of Student Life at 920-923-8091.

Prices listed are per semester and based on Fall 2020-Spring 2021 rates.

Meals included with your plan may be used at the Hornung Student Center dining room only.
Points may be used at the Hornung Student Center dining room or Todd/Wehr Alumni Center/Coffeehouse.
Add Points in $10 increments any time by visiting marian.sodexomyway.com/shop.

Printed versions of the documents on this page are available upon request. Please contact smkrueger36@marianuniversity.edu

On-campus living means being as close to the action as it gets, where you’ll build new friendships and create a lifetime of memories. We want you to live comfortably while you’re here, so take a look at our options and you’ll understand why students love calling our campus home.

Freshman Options:

Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Options:

Campus Safety and Community Standards

Marian University cares deeply about the community and its safety.  The Campus Safety and Security and the Community Standards Officers work hard to provide a sense of safety and belonging for all our students and guests.

The Assistant Dean of Students/Operations and Director of Community Standards is Pamela C. Warren.  She can be reached at 920-923-8530 and pcwarren17@marianuniversity.edu.  Her office is in the Hornung Student Center in Room 103.

One of the most important factors of a great education is feeling safe in one’s learning environment. The entire campus community is responsible for a successful security system, and Marian takes a number of steps to ensure the safety of our students, faculty, staff and guests.

The Office of Campus Safety and Security is located in the Hornung Student Center in the main entryway.  The Lead Officer is Ryan Long-Hawley and he is entrusted with the staffing, training, and supervising of all the security officers.

  • The Marian One-Stop is open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. with varying hours during breaks and holidays, and is in constant communication with Campus Safety.
  • Lighting throughout campus provides prominent lighting at night, and numerous security poles are placed throughout campus for emergency and alert purposes.
  • Student workers in Naber Hall monitor traffic from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m., and campus safety officers patrol the campus area 24 hours a day.

Contact Marian One-Stop at 920-923-8555, or contact Campus Safety and Security directly at 920-923-8950.

Email: campsafe2@marianuniversity.edu

Marian University is guided by our core values and the human dignity statement.  These words inform how we expect our student community to behave and learn and grow while on our campus and beyond.

The Marian community strives to uphold the dignity of every person and to confront challenges to that dignity. The University does not tolerate inappropriate use of power or authority by its members, nor does the University condone any other violation of human dignity. Marian University addresses violations of human dignity through the codes and processes listed in this handbook.

These behavioral codes, as listed in here and in the Student Handbook, govern the conduct of members of the University community. Rules emphasizing the importance of human dignity and practices that promote appropriate respect for individuality and basic human rights are intended to encourage the Marian University community to incorporate such values into interactions with all persons, whether members of the Marian community or the larger society.

The full Student Handbook with the entire code of conduct and process for investigating and responding to potential code violations can be found here.

Things to Do

Sure, Fond du Lac is a small community – just more than 43,000 residents call it home – but the things happening on campus are BIG.

Whether it’s cheering on one of our 21 NCAA sports or four club teams, attending a stand-up or musical performance, participating in a student organization, going to one of our many annual celebrations, or venturing out beyond our campus borders, there’s something for everyone to keep busy.

Our 78-acre residential campus is located just an hour’s drive from Madison, Milwaukee, and Green Bay, while downtown Fond du Lac offerings the fun of boutiques, a rich offering of museums, galleries, and restaurants, and Lake Winnebago – Wisconsin’s largest lake surrounded by 137,708 acres of land – serves as our very own four-season backyard playground.

And don’t forget the Dock Spiders, a Northwoods League semi-pro baseball team whose stadium right across the street from campus attracts an average of nearly 3,000 visitors each week.