In 1955, when the Servants of Mary opened Marian High School, they made the promise that no girl would be turned away for financial reasons. Today, Marian works with each family to review all demonstrated need to ensure that financial hardship does not prevent a girl from attending Marian.
- This year, Marian awarded more than $780,000 in tuition assistance to nearly half of the student body.
- Families who may have thought that their need would not qualify are in fact receiving assistance.
- More than 150 Marian girls participate in our Work Study Program, which also helps reduce the cost of tuition.
- In addition to other tuition assistance options, Marian also offers several academic scholarships to students who take our Placement Exam.
- Last year, the Class of 2012 received more than $15.7 million in scholarships to colleges and universities across the nation, which is a measurable return on a Marian education.
Tuition Assistance Information
Marian will work with each family to review all demonstrated need to ensure that financial needs do not prevent a girl from attending Marian.
FACTS: Grant and Aid Assesment
Beginning in the 2012-2013 School Year, Marian will be using FACTS: Grant and Aid Assesment Company to assess the applications and aid in best allocating tuition assistance to families at Marian. FACTS collect all the necessary information, performs an analysis, and communicates with the business office via a Web-based interface.
Click here to access a flyer with more information about FACTS
Click here to sign into the financial aid application assessment
Work Study Program
Marian's Work Study Program is available to students who qualify for Tuition Assistance with preference given to freshmen and sophomores. The Tuition Assistance application must be filled out and approved before a student is accepted into the Work Study Program. Both forms can be filled out and sent in at the same time.
Student assignments before and after school, consist of general cleaning and vacuuming. In-school assignments are performed during study hall blocks. These jobs consist of secretarial work and some light cleaning. The in-school assignments are very limited and will be assigned on a first-come first-served basis. If the in-school assignments are filled, you will be assigned a 30-minute before or after school position. Freshmen are not eligible to participate in the in-school Work Program during study hall the first semester. They may apply for the in-school position during study hall second semester.
Marian Tuition 2012-2013
(Tuition for 2013-2014 will be announced in February 2013.)
Marian offers parents the following tuition payment plans: Annual, Semi-annual, Quarterly, and Monthly. Automatic Bank Debit is mandatory for the monthly payment plan. Tuition payment plans are selected in May for the following school year. Please contact Donna Schroeder or 402-571-2618 x135 if you have questions concerning tuition or special payment plans.
For more information or to set up an appointment please contact:
Marian’s Business Office
402-571-2618 x 135
Director of Finance
402-571-2618 x 116