You’re In! Accepted Students Transferring to Marian University
As a transfer student, you already know the basic facts about college, but you may be wondering how to get plugged in at Marian University, and how to make sure you get the classes you want. You definitely don’t want to miss any deadlines. Below you’ll find links for ways to prepare to transfer to Marian University, along with updated events and deadlines. Check back frequently for news and Congratulations!
- Accept Your Offer of Admission
To confirm your enrollment, you must submit a nonrefundable $100 enrollment deposit directly to the Office of Admission. This deposit will be applied to your first semester fees. Deposits may be paid online at https://marian.afford.com.
- Request Official Transcripts
Request an official college transcript upon completion of your semester (if applicable).
- Financial Aid Steps
File the 2017-18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
List Marian University, Title IV School #001821 on the FAFSA.
To qualify for maximum aid, all Indiana residents must file the FAFSA by March 10.
- Select Housing
Submit your completed online contract and a $125 housing deposit if you plan to live on campus. Housing information will be forwarded once the deposit is received. If you plan to live with parents in the Indianapolis area, you must complete and return the online Off-Campus Residency Form.
- Complete Your Health Record and Immunizations
Your application to Marian University will not be complete until all data requested on the health record is documented. The student health record may be found online.
- Get Ready
The Marian University New Student Orientation and Registration Program (SOAR) helps ensure that your first days of college go well. You will be able to check out the campus, register for your classes, learn more about Marian University's history and traditions, explore student organizations, make new friends, and attend a variety of activities designed to help you be a successful student. Register now for a SOAR date.
SOAR Date for Spring 2017:
Thursday, January 5, 2017
- Make Fee Payment Arrangements
After you have registered for classes, the Business Office will send you a fee statement. The statement includes the balance for your fall semester tuition, fees, and room and board charges, if you signed a housing contract. If confirmation of your payment arrangement is not received by the due date listed on your confirmation form, your registration will be canceled.
Marian University offers a convenient monthly payment option, which allows all, or part of your expenses to be spread over a period of time. The plan is administered by Tuition Management Systems, Inc. and is available to all students. You will receive detailed information in the mail, but you can also contact the Business Office at 317.955.6020 or 800.952.3917 for more information.
Begin Your Marian University Experience
Student success is important to us and we want to make sure all students experience a smooth start and transition to the academic semester. Knight Quest provides students and their families the opportunity to finalize last minute details prior to starting classes on Monday, January 9, 2016.
Students must participate by completing Knight Quest and may not attend the first day of class or move in to the residence halls until all required documents are complete. Students who fail to attend Knight Quest will be administratively withdrawn from their classes for the semester.
New students who are part of an athletic team or other program that require early arrival on campus will be notified by their coach or program director if there is an earlier Knight Quest event available.
Classes for the Spring 2017 semester begin on Monday, January 9, 2107.
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