Office of Financial Aid


In today's world, making college affordable is made easier through various forms of financial aid. At Marian, the Office of Financial Aid will work with you to figure out a financial aid plan, whether that be through student loans, scholarships, grants, or work study positions.


At Marian, your education is about your success. Marian University’s Office of Financial Aid is available for students with any questions that may arise about tuition, loans, grants and scholarships. Our experienced staff can assist you in the process of applying and receiving aid, as well as provide information about the variety of options and resources that are available to meet the students’ needs, including student employment. Marian University is committed to helping you pursue an affordable, high-quality college education that is about you.
Scholarships, grants, student employment, and loan programs are available if you apply and are eligible. More than 99 percent of Marian University students receive financial aid, but it is important to apply early. The application process may take four to six weeks and aid is awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Applying for Financial Aid for 2020-21
(attending August 2020 through August 2021) complete the 2020-21 FAFSA
Applying for Financial Aid for 2020-21  Application opens October 1, 2020
(attending August 2020 through August 2021) complete the 2020-21 FAFSA
ALL STUDENTS:  Complete the appropriate FAFSA  for when you will be attending.   
Continuing Students:  Check your TO DO LIST on MyFinancial Aid to see if you have any other required items that need to be completed.

International StudentsIf you are applying for the Ira A Ridenour Memorial Scholarship you must fill out the International Form and submit it with the scholarship application.
Financial Aid awards will be processed automatically based on data from our Registrar’s Office.  You will be notified via your Marian University email address when your award is ready to view in MyFinancial Aid.   Financial Aid awards are dependent upon any remaining eligibility you have for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

To be considered for Summer 2021 financial aid, make sure you have:  
Filed your 2020-21 FAFSA 
Registered at least half-time for summer: (Master’s degrees:  3 credits, PhD: 3 credits, and Undergraduate students:  6 credits)
Be classified as a degree-seeking student 

If you are classified as “Non-Degree Seeking”, you will not be eligible for federal aid, but are welcome to apply for an alternative loan to cover your summer costs. 

Contact the Office of Financial Aid at 1-800-262-7426 ext. 7614 for further information.

Contact Information

Mailing Address:

Office of Financial Aid
45 S. National Ave.

Fond du Lac, WI  54935


Located on 3rd Floor Stayer Center

1-800-2MARIAN ext. 7614
(920) 923-7614
Fax: (920) 923-8767


Folder: FAFSA
Folder: IRS Tax Transcript