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Fast Facts

Home Campus:
Indianapolis, Indiana
Student to Faculty Ratio:
Average Class Size:
17 students
Student Population:
Nearly 3,000 full- and part-time students from the United States and 14 other countries.
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Keegan Fox

Campus Guest Coordinator

Fox, Keegan

Keegan is from Crawfordsville, Indiana and went to Crawfordsville High School before attending college at Manchester University. At Manchester University, she had the opportunity to study abroad in Ciudad Antigua, Nicaragua before graduating with a bachelor of arts degree in exercise science. Currently she is taking master’s coursework in education counseling through Indiana Wesleyan University. Prior to coming to Marian University, she worked as an admissions counselor and group visit coordinator at Manchester University.

What is your favorite place on campus?
Alumni Hall

What do you like best about Indianapolis?

The Indianapolis Colts and all of the great local restaurants

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

A vampire so I could have the room to myself at night when she is out with her friends.

Where would you most like to visit?

Italy! I love art history and Italian food.

What is a favorite memory of your time at Marian University?

I was surprised when President Elsener called to welcome me to campus my first week of working at Marian University. He is inspiring and someone I think all students should meet!

What advice would you offer to incoming freshmen?

Get involved on campus early and often

What is one question that every student should ask during the college search?

I think it is important to ask every student and staff member why they love Marian University. The community at Marian is special!

Contact Keegan:
317.955.6305 - direct line
800.772.7264 - office line

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