Knowing the City of Milwaukee is piloting dockless scooters, the Marquette University Police Department led a thorough review about the impact of such motorized vehicles on campus safety, which included input from leaders across functions and consultation with Marquette University Student Government. As a result, Marquette University is prohibiting the use of motorized scooters on […]
Marquette received a $7 million commitment from the Burke Foundation to continue two longstanding, highly regarded scholarship programs founded by Richard A. Burke: the Trinity Fellows program for graduate students and the Burke Scholars program for undergraduates. Both programs incorporate service to others, which is a key component of Jesuit higher education. Burke, founder and […]
The university continues to revise its policies and procedures (UPPs). The following policies were revised this summer for clarity, consistency and updating position titles: UPP 4-09 Tuition Remission UPP 6-10 Non-Permanent Signage UPP 6-11 Demonstration Watch Marquette Today for continued UPP revisions as the year progresses.
On Thursday, Aug. 22, the university will welcome to campus more than 2,000 students in the Class of 2023. To make the move-in process as smooth as possible for new students and their families, please take note of some disruptions to parking procedures that day. Plan to allow a few extra minutes for your arrival […]
As a way to welcome students back to campus and kick off the fall semester, President Michael R. Lovell and Vice President of Student Affairs Xavier Cole will attend Hot Cookie Night in Cobeen Hall on Monday, Aug. 26, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. All students are encouraged to attend.
By Rev. Joseph G. Mueller, S.J., associate professor of theology and rector of the Marquette University Jesuit Community Late August at Marquette can find many of us harried. Teachers hope that the waning hours of summer will allow them to finish those syllabi and class preparations. Staff put the last beautifying touches on campus; prepare […]
This summer, Facilities Planning and Management has been working on a scheduled excavating project in Central Mall, requiring some disruption of sidewalks and walkways. All campus sidewalks will be accessible once classes start on Aug. 26, with the exception of the the court space behind Marquette Hall and heading through the Gesu tunnel. The project […]
Sponsored by Foxconn, the Smart Cities-Smart Futures Competition seeks to generate new and unconventional concepts based on themes of smart mobility, smart energy, smart healthcare and robotics. Students, faculty and staff from all Wisconsin higher education institutions are eligible to submit innovative concepts and plans for creating smart cities of the future. Cash prizes will […]
The College of Business’ June and Herman Loebl Women in Business Leaders Speaker Series will welcome Becky Frankiewicz, president of ManpowerGroup North America, on Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 7:30 a.m. in the AMU, Monaghan Ballroom. Frankiewicz will present “Tomorrow’s Talent is Here Today: Seizing Opportunity in the Digital Age.” Frankiewicz joined ManpowerGroup in 2017 as president […]
The university encourages all students, faculty and staff to download MUPD’s free safety app, EagleEye, as an added layer of security. The EagleEye app features a mobile BlueLight feature, which allows users to press a button in the app that connects them directly to MUPD and sends the device’s location in real-time, as long as […]