Office of Admission to Host Accepted Student Day on Monday, February 18, 2013

by Robin Buschner | Feb 15, 2013

On Monday, February 18, 2013, the Office of Admission will host its annual Accepted Student Day on campus. This day is designed for admitted students to discover what it’s like to be a student at Marian University. They will have the opportunity to tour campus, sit in on a college class, and meet the admission staff, faculty, and current students.

Josh Chastain, campus guest coordinator for the Office of Admission at Marian University explains how important attendance at Accepted Student Day is, “Attendance at Accepted Student Day has been instrumental in helping many students make their decision to attend Marian University. Once they experience our small intimate campus and engage in a real college class, they realize the quality of education that is possible from our institution.”

To join us for this exciting day, please complete our Event Day Registration Form. If you have further questions, please contact Josh Chastain at or 800.772.7264.

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