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  • Labor Day Mass is Sept. 5 

    Due to Labor Day, there will only be one Mass offered by Campus Ministry on Sunday, Sept. 5. The Mass is at 6 p.m. in the Church of the Gesu. All are welcome. 

  • Faculty reminded of Sept. 7 deadline for students to add or drop a class  

    The last day for undergraduate students to request a class credit change, audit, add, swap or drop classes without a withdrawal grade for Session 1 is Tuesday, Sept. 7, at 11:59 p.m. This includes actions taken in CheckMarq by an undergraduate student or manually by the college office. Refer students enrolled in other sessions to the…

  • Deadline to add, swap or drop a class for undergrads is Sept. 7 

    The last day for undergraduate students to request a credit change, audit, add, swap or drop a class for Session 1 is Tuesday, Sept. 7, at 11:59 p.m. This can be done on CheckMarq.  After this date, all registration activity must be requested via students’ home college and late adding of classes may not be approved. In addition, any classes…

  • Office 365 Duo multi-factor authentication launches Sept. 8 

    Students who have registered for Duo will begin receiving Duo authentication prompts when logging in to Office 365 web applications on Wednesday, Sept. 8, at 8 a.m. This applies to student accounts while away from campus and when accessing via a web browser.  Those who have not yet registered will be presented with Duo self-registration when accessing Office…

  • Labor Day Weekend guidance: Mask up and follow public health practices

    Per guidance from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Marquette encourages all students, faculty and staff to take the following COVID-19 precautious during Labor Day Weekend: Avoid unnecessary travel Get vaccinated Wear a mask Avoid indoor gatherings Stay home if you are sick Wisconsin is seeing very high case activity due to the more contagious…

  • Welcome back: A message from Dr. Xavier Cole, vice president for student affairs

    Dear Marquette students, I am excited to see so many familiar faces back on campus and also welcome new ones! I am filled with gratitude and joy to begin this school year in a much different context than last year. Certainly, it behooves us to be cautious as the pandemic is not yet over. But…