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Registration Resources

If you are a current Marian University student, you'll register online for classes via the CAMS student portal.

Please read and review the information posted here about our online registration process. You'll also find solutions to common problems that can sometimes occur as you complete your online registration.

If you don't find the answers or information you need after reading this information, contact the Office of the Registrar at 317.955.6055 for assistance.

Spring 2018 Registration Schedule

College Level* Criteria Registration Day
Senior 94+ earned credit hours Monday, October 30
Junior 62-93.99 earned credit hours Wednesday, November 1
Sophomore 30-61.99 earned credit hours Monday, November 6
Freshman 0-29.99 earned credit hours Wednesday, November 8




  • Your registration day is determined based on your college level as defined by the number of cumulative credit hours you've completed.
  • You can determine your college level by going to "My Transcript" on the CAMS student portal, finding the number in the cumulative earned column at the bottom of the transcript (for number of earned credit hours), and then locating the corresponding college level in the schedule above.
  • Registration for all students at these college levels opens at 12 a.m. (midnight) on the day indicated.
  • You can register any time on or after your registration day provided you have no financial holds on your student account and you have been approved to register by your academic advisor(s).*

If you are a second-degree student, graduate student, or non-degree student, you can register beginning Monday, October 30.

Registration Resources for Students

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*Placement rates are gathered from data collected from graduates within six months of graduation.