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Spring 2017 Move-In Information

It is almost time for students to return to campus for spring 2017! If you are living on campus this spring, please note the move in dates and times listed below. Please note that all new and returning students must be both registered for at least 12 credit hours for spring 2017 and have completed the KnightQuest process prior to the start of classes on January 9, 2017 to be in compliance with the Housing and Residence Life policies. Students will NOT be allowed to move into the halls, houses, or apartments unless they are in compliance with these policies. You may contact knightquest@marian.edu for additional questions about that process or visit here to learn more. 

Move-In Dates

Thursday, January 5, 2017: Newly admitted first year and transfer students
Sunday, January 8, 2017 at 9 a.m.: Returning students; meal service resumes at brunch

 

Fall 2017 Move-In Information

New HallIf you plan to live on campus in fall 2017, please note that all new and returning students must be both registered for at least 12 credit hours for fall 2017 and have completed the KnightQuest process prior to the start of classes in August to be compliant with the Housing and Residence Life policies. Students will NOT be allowed to move into the halls, houses, or apartments in the fall unless they are in compliance with these policies. You may contact knightquest@marian.edu for additional questions about that process or visit here to learn more. Check back at a later date for move-in dates for fall 2017!

Virtual Campus Map

The virtual campus map is available at www.marian.edu/campusmap.

Virtual Campus Map

Lodging in Indianapolis


If you are traveling from a distance and need lodging when visiting Marian University, we recommend several hotelsVisit www.marian.edu/lodging for more information. 

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