The Marquette community is invited to celebrate the beginning of the academic year at the annual Mass of the Holy Spirit, which will be held Sunday, Aug. 24, at 4 p.m. at Church of the Gesu. Rev. Thomas Anderson, S.J., will preside. All are welcome to give thanks for and celebrate the many gifts of the […]
Several departments across campus have new chairs for the 2014-15 academic year. Captain Daniel Olson, professor of naval science, will chair the Department of Naval Science; Dr. Nancy Snow, professor of philosophy, will chair the Department of Philosophy; Dr. Brian Bennett, professor of physics, will chair the Department of Physics; Dr. Robert Masson, associate professor […]
The News Briefs e-newsletter will resume its twice-weekly publication schedule beginning next week. Thursday, Aug. 21, will be the first Thursday edition of the fall semester. The submission deadlines are noon Friday for Monday editions and noon Wednesday for Thursday editions.
The Marquette University Graduate School will host orientation for incoming graduate students on Thursday, Aug. 21, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m in the Helfaer Theatre. Incoming summer and fall Graduate School students are invited to attend. Refreshments will be offered. Starting at 6 p.m., a lecture-style presentation will feature several speakers. Topics will include: Graduate School and […]
The Golden Eagles Games, hosted by the Residence Hall Association, is a campus-wide event where each residence hall forms a team to compete in different events over the course of Labor Day weekend, Aug. 29 – Sept. 1. The games kick-off Friday, Aug. 29, with the aMUzing Race, a citywide scavenger hunt. The rest of the weekend […]
Access CheckMarq to find the most up-to-date fall 2014 course classroom assignments. Students should contact the department offering the course if they are unable to locate where a course is meeting.
The Princeton Review has named Marquette one of its “Best 379 Colleges” in its 2015 annual guidebook, based on institutional data and student surveys. The ranking places Marquette among the top 15 percent of the nation’s 2,500 four-year colleges. Marquette was also one of 20 schools included on the “most religious students” list, coming in at […]
President Michael R. Lovell has appointed a search committee to recruit a new provost for the university, resuming a search that began in 2013 but was postponed until a permanent president was hired. The committee will be chaired by Dr. John Su, professor of English and director of the University Core of Common Studies. Su is […]
All students are now able to purchase fall semester and fall/spring semester parking permits online. Available lots, structures and pricing can be found on the Parking Services website. Permits purchased online will be available for pick up from the parking office beginning on Monday, August 11. No permits will be sold out of the parking office […]
The Office of Residence Life is looking for volunteers to help welcome freshmen students to campus on Wednesday, Aug. 20, and sophomores on Saturday, Aug. 23. Volunteers can work as greeters, assist with administrative tasks or volunteer to help students move into their rooms. There is no minimum or maximum time commitment. For more information or to […]