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Marian University - At a Glance

This is Marian University: a distinguished university offering more than 50 degree programs from mathematics to music to medicine. We are small enough to give you the individual attention you deserve — and connected enough to help you get where you want to go.

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State of Indiana

  • Ranked eighth in "Top 10 Cities to Start a New Career" by TIME Magazine.
  • With a critical mass of innovative digital technology companies, Indy is the fourth-fastest growing city in the United States for high-tech job growth.
  • Home of hundreds of major employers in business sectors like biosciences, pharmaceuticals, logistics and distribution, and advanced manufacturing.
  • Known as the "Crossroads of America," two-thirds of the United States population can drive to Indy in 10 hours or less.

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Majors

34

Minors

28

Concentrations

Students by the Numbers

Undergraduate - 2,164 students

  • Traditional: 1,998
    743 - Leighton School of Nursing
    643 - College of Arts and Sciences
    341 - Byrum School of Business
    156 - The Educators College (undergraduate)
    115 - Exercise and Sports Science
  • Marian's Adult Programs: 166

Graduate – 1,018 students

  • Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine: 622
  • The Educators College (graduate): 323
  • Other Graduate Programs: 73

Affordable

Ranked #45 in the Midwest and #8 in Indiana for "Best Bang For Your Buck" by Washington Monthly.

Affordable Colleges Online ranked Marian University in the Top 10 of Indiana colleges and universities in terms of return on investment, which measured job placement and starting salary for graduates.

2017-18 Tuition and Fees

$33,000

Tuition and Fees

$10,206

Room and Board

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