Marian Quick Facts
- 1936: Year the university was founded as a teaching school
- 1970: Year in which the university became coeducational
- Affiliation: Congregation of the Sisters of St. Agnes
- Locations: main campus is in the city of Fond du Lac with outreach sites in Appleton and West Allis.
- Students: mainly from Wisconsin and surrounding Midwestern states
- Faculty: Marian employs more than 250 full and part-time faculty members
- Student-faculty ratio: 12:1
- May 1, 2008: name change from Marian College to Marian University
- Four academic schools: School of Arts and Sciences, School of Business and Public Safety, School of Education, and the School of Nursing and Health Professions
Who is Marian?
The Marian mission is to provide a values-based education incorporating Judaeo-Christian ethics and to address the needs of the whole student - intellectual, spiritual, aesthetic, social, vocational and physical.
Student Profile (2013-14 First-year class):
- Average ACT: 20.1
- Average GPA: 3.09
- Cost per year (tuition and fees): $23,440 (2013-14)