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Fast Facts

Home Campus:
Indianapolis, Indiana
Student to Faculty Ratio:
15:1
Average Class Size:
17 students
Student Population:
More than 2,500 full- and part-time students from the United States and eight other countries.
Mascot:
Knight
Affiliation:
Franciscan Catholic

Holly Dolan

Senior Admission Counselor

Holly Dolan

Recruiting Territory

Michigan and the following Indiana counties:

Adams
Allen
Blackford
DeKalb
Delaware
Elkhart

Grant
Hamilton
Henry
Howard
Huntington
Jay

Kosciusko
Lagrange
Madison
Miami
Noble
Randolph

Steuben
Tipton
Wabash
Wayne
Wells
Whitley

And the following Marion County schools

Lawrence North
Lawrence Central

North Central
Pike

Speedway
Warren Central

Holly grew up in Indianapolis and graduated from Lawrence North High School. After high school, she attended Indiana University and studied elementary education. Prior to working in the Office of Admission, she taught elementary school and worked as a legal administrative assistant.

What is your favorite place on campus?
The Dog Walk at Stokely Mansion.

What do you like best about Indianapolis?
Someone once described Indianapolis as a big city with a small town feel, and I completely agree. You have the conveniences and excitement of a big city, but people are very friendly and welcoming here.

Who would you rather have for a roommate- a zombie, a vampire, a gremlin, or bigfoot?
A gremlin, for sure!

Where would you most like to visit?
Italy.

What is a favorite memory of your time at Marian University?
I love Move-In Day! It's great to see students come to campus and start a new chapter in their lives.

What advice would you offer to incoming freshmen?
I would encourage incoming freshmen to try and visit campus as often as possible, whether that be during a one-on-one visit, Preview Day, Accepted Student Day, or any other Event Day we offer.

What is one question that every student should ask during the college search?
With any given major, it's important to gain as much field experience as possible while you're still in college. That might mean working in a school if you're an education major, completing an internship if you're a business major or conducting a research project if you're a biology major. I would tell people to ask about these opportunities they would have as a student at that particular college.

Contact Holly:
317.955.6316 - direct line
800.772.7264 - toll free
hdolan@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.