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Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR)

Welcome to the family!

Congratulations on your decision to attend Marian University. The next few years will be among the most exciting and memorable of your life. 

The first step is attending a new student orientation session, during which you'll meet with academic advisors and register for classes, among other things. We call these our SOAR sessions. 

Once you're fully admitted to Marian University, you'll want to register for SOAR and reserve your spot.

  • Dates for upcoming sessions are listed below.
  • Click "Register for SOAR" to register online.

Fall 2017 SOAR Dates & Registration 

For classes beginning August 21, 2017

  • APRIL 21: CLOSED (event has reached capacity)
    Register no later than April 14.

  • JUNE 12–13
    Register no later than June 5.
  • JUNE 22–23
    Register no later than June 16.

  • JULY 18
    Please note this option is limited to transfer students only.
    Register no later than July 11.
  • JULY 20–21
    Register no later than July 14.

Preparing for SOAR

Please read and review all SOAR materials and register for a SOAR date as early as possible. Sessions designed especially for family members will also be available throughout the day. 

During your SOAR session, you will:

  • Learn about becoming a Knight
  • Hear from faculty about the classroom experience
  • Connect with your future classmates, current students, faculty, and staff
  • Find out about student services and resources that will help you succeed
  • Meet with your academic advisor and register for classes

If you have questions or need information, contact us. We look forward to seeing you this summer!

For More Information

Email soarmu@marian.edu

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