As a community guided by our Catholic, Jesuit tradition, we work toward defending the dignity of every human life and being committed to nonviolence. Given the violence in Milwaukee and around the country this past weekend, the university encourages anyone who is hurting or distressed to seek support with the resources below.
Mental Health and Faith Resources
The following resources are available for those who need support:
- Campus Ministry (students)
- Counseling Center (students): Students are welcome to call Marquette’s Counseling Center at 414-288-7172 to speak to a counselor on-call. The center is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and currently offers both virtual and in-person clinical services. Students should call the main number to schedule an initial screening appointment with a professional counselor, or they can walk in for urgent concerns during business hours. For mental health emergencies on weekdays after 4:30 p.m., on weekends or during most holidays, call MUPD at 414-288-6800 and request to speak with the on-call counselor.
- Division of Student Affairs (students)
- Educational Opportunity Program (students)
- Employee Assistance Program (faculty and staff)
- Employee Resource Groups (faculty and staff)
- Faber Center (faculty and staff)
- Healthy Minds Program app (faculty and staff)
- Mindfulness meditation programs (faculty and staff)
- Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (faculty, staff and students)
- Stress resources from the Raynor Memorial Libraries (faculty and staff)
- SilverCloud (students, faculty and staff)
- Teladoc (faculty and staff)
Submit a Bias Incident Report
A bias incident is any discriminatory or hurtful act that appears to be motivated or is perceived by the victim or victims to be motivated by race, ethnicity, religion, age, national origin, sex, ability, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, veteran status, socioeconomic status or language. To be considered a bias incident, the act is not required to be a crime under any federal, state or local statutes.
Those who experience harassment or discrimination on campus can report it by:
- Submitting a bias incident report online
- Calling Dr. Joya Crear, acting vice president for inclusive excellence, at (414) 288-5148 during business hours. (Please note: If you choose to leave a message, your call will be returned at the earliest possible time during the next business day.)
- Submit an in-person report by scheduling a meeting with Dr. Crear. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.