Diploma Information

The Marian University diploma is a ceremonial document. The diploma only lists the name of the degree being earned (i.e. Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, etc.). The diploma does not include the specific name of the program or major unless the degree title is one that includes the name of a program (i.e. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Social Work, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine). The Marian University transcript is the official record each student has with the university. The transcript includes all coursework attempted and any degrees, majors, minors, and specializations earned.

May graduates

  • If you will graduate in May, claim your diploma in person from the Office of the Registrar in Marian Hall Room 104 in June. You will receive an email letting you know when diplomas are available.
  • Diplomas not claimed by the end of June will be mailed to the home address we have on record for you.

August graduates

  • If you will graduate in August, claim your diploma in person from the Office of the Registrar in Marian Hall Room 104 in September. You will receive an email letting you know when diplomas are available.
  • Diplomas not claimed by the end of September will be mailed to the home address we have on record for you.

December graduates

  • If you will graduate in December, claim your diploma in person from the Office of the Registrar in Marian Hall Room 104 in January. You will receive an email letting you know when diplomas are available.
  • Diplomas not claimed by the second week of February will be mailed to the home address we have on record for you.

Digital diplomas

Marian University has teamed with Parchment to provide you with fast, free, and shareable access to your official university diploma. Click here for more information.

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