Accepted Student Day 

32778387951_fe9803f41a_zAre you a senior in high school who has been accepted to Marian University? Congratulations!

We are excited that that you are thinking about joining the Marian University family. And we look forward to having you on campus next fall.

Choosing which college to attend and planning the start of your college career are exciting. That's why we recommend you and your family have as much information as possible when making decisions about your future. 

  • If you've been accepted to Marian University, plan to attend Accepted Student Day, an annual event for high school students.
  • Bring a parent, family member, or friend!
  • Meet other new, incoming students learning about Marian University. Gain more insight about campus and student life.
  • We’ll ensure you understand next steps and answer questions about what you can do to prepare for the beginning of your college career.
  • And, just like your favorite college and professional athletes, you will have an opportunity to "sign" a nonbinding letter of intent to attend Marian University when fall classes begin. We'll also take your photo with your guests or some of our deans and faculty members.

Participation in Accepted Student Day is optional but highly encouraged. Check out these photos from the 2017 Accepted Student Day event. We had a great time!

2018 Accepted Student Day: Friday, February 9

  • Registration closes Friday, February 2 or once capacity is met. To reserve your spot, complete this online registration form
  • If you have questions or want more information, call 317.955.6300 or email bkuhlman@marian.edu.
  • We look forward to celebrating your acceptance to Marian University with you and your guests!

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