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Marian University

United States
  • Ranked 259 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2013-2014
  • Ranked 208 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014-2015
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About Marian University

Founded as Marian College in 1936 by the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes, Marian University is a co-educational, Catholic University that inspires personal and professional success through an engaging, values-based education. With the average class size of 14 students and a student-to-faculty ratio of 12:1, students at Marian University partake in multiple cooperative, hands-on learning experiences that allow for integrated classroom theory and practical work experience. Marian University students graduate well-prepared to begin exciting careers in their fields or for admission to rigorous graduate and professional programs across the nation.

Campus information

Marian University's main campus is located in Fond du Lac, with two additional centers in Appleton and West Allis. Additional outreach locations can be found throughout Wisconsin adding convenience to a busy lifestyle.

Accommodation

Cedar Creek Apartments

In our Cedar Creek Apartments, you will enjoy full apartment-style living. One and two bedroom units provide students a close to campus option that features a full kitchen, which includes a stove, refrigerator and dishwasher, as well as a spacious living and dining area.  

Each Cedar Creek double-occupancy bedroom includes:

  • Two beds (bunked or separated)
  • Two desks with chairs
  • Two dressers
  • Oversized closet space
  • Cable, Internet and phone hookups

Cedar Creek kitchen and living/dining area includes: 

  • 1 couch
  • 1 end table
  • Dining table and chairs

Courtyards 

The Courtyards are a unique style of housing, whether you’re an incoming freshman or an upper class student. The Courtyards have three different options: Courtyard House, Courtyard Penthouse and Courtyard Efficiency Suite. The Courtyard House is a two-story unit with an open lounge downstairs and a loft overlooking from above. It is a combination of four clusters of three bedrooms with two students per room (for a total of 24 students per house). A kitchenette is also included in the House option, which includes a refrigerator and microwave. The Penthouse and Efficiency Suite options are similar in that they both are made up of three-bedroom apartment style living (two students per room). The difference is that the Efficiency Suite is equipped with refrigerator, microwave and stove, while the Penthouses are equipped with only a refrigerator. 

The Duplexes  

The Duplexes are located on National Avenue and are home to 56 students, including sororities, the fraternity, and health professions house. Each duplex includes two separate apartments that house four students per unit. The duplex contains a full-service kitchen, bathroom, living room, dining area, and three bedrooms (two singles and one double). Laundry facilities are located in the basement.

Naber Hall

Our largest residence hall, Naber Hall is a co-ed facility that’s home to most first-year students at Marian. This three-story residence hall houses 145 students. Special programs, provided by resident assistants focusing on first-year college topics, are provided throughout the year to ease the transition into the Marian community. Naber Hall is furnished with TV lounges (one on each floor), a reception area and a kitchenette. The entire hall is completely carpeted and also contains, per wing, four private showers in a common bathroom. 

Townhouse 

Would you like to live with a group of friends? Would you enjoy apartment-style living? If your answer to both these questions is yes, then the Townhouses are the housing option for you. The Townhouse offers you the on-campus option of apartment style living you want. They feature 14 townhouse units of seven students per unit. Each two-level townhouse unit has three single bedrooms and two double bedrooms. The townhouses are equipped with bathrooms, full kitchen and a spacious living/dining area.

Off-campus Housing

For upperclassmen and transfer students, there are plenty of apartment complexes off campus in the Fond du Lac area. Some that are within a one-mile radius of campus are:

  • Glacier Valley Estates: (920) 923-4500
  • Marian Court Condominiums: (920) 948-2600
  • Morningside Apartments: (920) 922-0678
  • Rubina Apartments: (920) 922-4200
  • Villa de Neveu: (920) 907-8034
  • Weathervane Apartments: (920) 921-3791 

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Accounting and Finance 2 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Business and Management 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 3 Law 1 Sports Science 1

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