Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the most common questions we receive from new students about living on campus at Marian University. If you don't see the answer to your question here, please contact us at 317.955.6318 or housing@marian.edu.

Does my room have air conditioning (AC)?

  • All residence halls at Marian University are air conditioned.

Is there cable television in the residence halls?

  • Cable TV connections are available in all rooms, but you'll need your own television.

What type of flooring is in my room?

  • Your residence hall room is not carpeted, but you may bring your own wall-to-wall or area rugs if you wish. Refer to the room dimensions on the residence hall page for sizing (all room dimensions are approximate).

How do I get internet in my room?

  • Our residence halls offer wireless computer access (Wi-Fi). Please make sure your computer is set up prior to your arrival on campus to ensure your account is activated. For specific questions about computer settings to access the campus network, please go to IT FAQ.

What furniture is provided?

  • Our room furniture is provided by University Loft. Each room includes one bed frame, a twin extra long mattress, desk and desk chair, clothes closet, and a dresser for each resident. Furniture MUST remain in rooms and may not be removed.

What should I pack?

  • Here is a list of items to pack and items to leave at home. If you have a roommate, be sure to talk with them to avoid bringing duplicates of shared items!

Should I bring money for laundry?

  • You can do your laundry free of charge in our residence halls. Laundry rooms are located in the lower levels of Doyle, Clare, and University Halls. In Drew Hall, the laundry room is located on the first floor. If you notice washer or dryer is malfunctioning, please notify your RA or submit a work order to have it fixed. Thank you for helping us keep our machines and laundry rooms in good shape. Here is more information about doing laundry on campus:
  1. Green Your Laundry Routine
  2. Laundry Room Etiquette
  3. Detergent 101
  4. Do Not Overload
  5. Service App (only available in Drew Hall)

Will I need renter's insurance?

  • Do you want insurance that protects your personal belongings while living on campus? The National Student Services, INC (NSSI) offers renter's and personal property insurance coverage for college students to protect phones, computers, laptops, tablets, TVs, microwaves, and more. Their coverage is recognized at 2,500 colleges and universities, including Marian University. Visit www.nssi.com for information and to review their renter's insurance brochure.

Who is my roommate?

  • You will be notified about your roommate selection in late July (for the fall semester) and early January (for the spring semester). We will email you a packet of information that includes your residence hall room number and contact information for your new roommate. We encourage you to reach out to your new roommate to get acquainted before you arrive on campus, if possible. If your housing application is received after roommate assignments have been made, assignments are made on a rolling basis. 

What are Marian’s residence hall policies?

  • All students should review our residence hall policies and Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Students are responsible for knowing these rules and agree to abide by said policies when signing a housing contract via the Simple Campus Housing website.

Where can I store my belongings over break?

  • We do not offer storage for student belongings other than that inside your residence hall room. Some students and families, especially those not from the local area, may wish to have extra space for personal property. Here is a list of off campus storage units to consider if you need additional storage.

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