Why Give to the M-Club?

The success of the Marian University athletic program would not be possible without the generosity of the M-Club members. Your membership to the M-Club is impacting all of our Marian University student-athletes on a daily basis.

As we keep sending more teams to championships each year, the M-Club becomes more and more important. Our goal and mission as an athletic booster club is to support all student athletes in the classroom and in their endeavors to become champions. This support can be seen in endowed scholarships and our championship fund to help our teams offset the substantial costs of championship bids.

Honoring Our National Champions

Our National Champions were honored at the Seventh Annual Clayton Family Circle of Honor and M-Club Wall of Fame Induction Dinner on Thursday, April 14, 2016.

What a year it has been for Marian University athletics! From cycling, to football, to women’s basketball, to track and field, the Knights have spent the year earning the title, “national champion.”  

With more than one-third of our traditional undergraduate students participating in intercollegiate athletics, we use the field of competition as a laboratory for leadership development. Our scholar-athletes have the integrity, character, and work ethic required for success in athletics, and in their future careers.

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When you do the right thing in terms of academics and character development, you do form leaders and leaders win."

President Daniel J. Elsener
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For more information

Ethan Hemer
Athletic Development Officer
(317) 955-6232

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