Marian University has frozen undergraduate tuition for the 2018-19 academic year.
In a decision by Marian University administration, supported by the Board of Trustees, students at Marian will not see a tuition increase for the upcoming academic year. This freeze comes after the tuition reduction of 2017-18. Tuition for the traditional undergraduate program will remain at $13,475 per semester, or $26,950 for the full year.
“You may recall, last year we reduced our tuition by $910 per year. We continue to be very careful stewards of [your] tuition dollars,” said Andrew P. Manion, president of Marian University. “We believe by holding our tuition steady, we continue to honor our commitment to keep our high-quality, Catholic, values-centered education affordable to our students.”
For more information about the tuition freeze, please visit marianuniversity.edu/tuitionfreeze, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 920.923.7650.
Marian University was founded in 1936 by the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes in Fond du Lac, Wis. The institution has one of the lowest student-faculty ratios in the state, and strives to live its core values as a community committed to learning, dedicated to service and social justice and joined together by spiritual traditions. Marian offers undergraduate, adult, master’s and doctoral degree programs at its main campus and in facilities throughout Wisconsin.