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Fast Facts
Home Campus:
Indianapolis, IN

Student to Faculty Ratio:
15:1

Average Class Size:
17 students

Student Population:
More than 2,500 full- and part-time students from the U.S. and 8 other countries

Mascot:
Knight

Affiliation:
Franciscan Catholic

Ashley Hardy

Admission Counselor

Ashley Hardy

Recruiting Territory

Illinois and the following Indiana counties:

Benton
Boone
Carroll
Cass
Clinton
Fountain
Fulton

Hendricks
Jasper
Lake
LaPorte
Marshall
Montgomery
Newton

Porter
Pulaski
Starke
St. Joseph
Tippecanoe
Warren
White

Ashley is from Indianapolis and graduated from Ben Davis High School. For her undergraduate education, she attended the University of Notre Dame, where she studied history and sociology. Prior to working for Marian University, she was an Americorps* VISTA Member with Tulane University in New Orleans.

What is your favorite place on campus?
The Marble Room (Aviary) in Allison Mansion.

What do you like best about Indianapolis?
My favorite thing about Indianapolis is its size. Indianapolis has everything a big city has to offer; yet it is small enough to navigate.

Who would you rather have for a roommate—a zombie, a vampire, a gremlin, or bigfoot?
A gremlin.

Where would you most like to visit?
Hawaii

What is a favorite memory of your time at Marian University?
One of my favorite memories is serving as a Alternative Spring Break Advisor for a trip to Chicago.

What advice would you offer to incoming freshmen?
Apply early! Although Marian has rolling admission, most of our scholarship deadlines are in December and January.

What is one question that every student should ask during the college search?
Are classes taught by professors or graduate assistants?

Contact Ashley:
317.955.6313 - direct line
800.772.7264 - toll free
ahardy@marian.edu

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Marian University does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age or disabilities in the recruiting and selection of students for admission.