Marian University is a member of the Consortium for Urban Education (CUE) in the Indianapolis area. By special arrangement among the member institutions, undergraduate students are given the opportunity to enroll in undergraduate courses at other CUE institutions which are not available at Marian. Registration enables undergraduate students to enhance their degree programs by taking an undergraduate course at another CUE institution and receiving credit at Marian upon successful completion of the course. These courses can be taken in person or online.
Requirements and statements of understanding
Eligibility enrollments shall be determined by Marian
A student may enroll in a maximum of one CUE course a semester, not to exceed a total of four courses throughout the student’s program.
Students may register for credit courses offered by other CUE institutions in the same term on a space available basis.
The consortium is not available to students during summer sessions.
Students enrolling in a Marian course as a CUE student cannot enroll in any other course or courses at Marian under another admit status for the same term.
The student is enrolled in at least three credit hours at Marian.
The student is degree-seeking or seeking certification for teaching. Non-degree seeking students are not permitted.
The desired course is not currently available at Marian or is filled.
Space is available in the desired course at the Host institution.
The student has satisfied all the course prerequisites and/or has met the admission standards of the Host institution.
Application does not automatically ensure admission to the course.
The student is responsible for payment of any additional course fees, lab fees, materials, etc. to the Host institution, where appropriate.
In case of differing academic regulations, those of the Host institute stand.
A course taken through this consortium is considered institutional credit and will impact the student grade-point average (GPA).
Information for those interested in registering for the CUE is available by request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please DO NOT contact the host school directly for registration. All communication and registration with the host school must occur through the Registrar's Office.
Cost and Financial Aid
The course tuition is waived for students that quality.
The student is responsible for payment of any additional course fees, lab fees, materials, parking, etc. to the Host institution, where appropriate.
Course taken in this program will be counted towards full-time status for academic and financial aid purposes.