Holly Dolan
Transfer Admission Counselor

(800) 772-7264 - office
(317) 955-6304 - direct
(317) 443-4319 - cell
hdolan@marian.edu

holly dolan

As a lifelong Hoosier (and Indianapolis native), Holly is a graduate of Lawrence North High School and Indiana University, where she studied Elementary Education. Before beginning her career at Marian six years ago, she taught at Little Flower Catholic School and also worked in corporate law.

Holly formerly worked with incoming freshman students and now works with incoming transfer students. “The best part of my job is getting to see former students (and hear from them) once they’ve matriculated at Marian. I love seeing everything come full circle and hearing what they love most about Marian!”

Outside of work you will most likely find her spending time with her husband and two daughters (and their Siberian Husky, their first baby). The Dolans love to travel together and especially love anything that takes them outdoors.

One piece of advice for college students: make sure you’re visiting the schools to which you’ve applied—more than once, if possible. Most schools offer traditional campus visits, but also look for any special event days that might interest you. These visits will help you get a good feel for the school’s environment and it’ll also be comforting to see familiar faces each time you return."

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