Marquette offers support to Cardinal Stritch community

Marquette’s Catholic, Jesuit faith and our mission call us to Be The Difference for members of our community when they are in need. All of us at Marquette commit to supporting the members of the Cardinal Stritch community who are facing uncertainty following the news of the university’s planned closure at the conclusion of the spring semester.

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Transfer information session and fair

Cardinal Stritch will host a Marquette University transfer information session on Tuesday, April 18, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Cardinal Stritch’s Conference Center. Representatives from Marquette’s undergraduate, graduate and international admission offices will be present to answer questions on completing a degree at Marquette. Faculty from Marquette’s graduate programs will also be available to discuss transfer options.

Marquette’s undergraduate and graduate admission staff will return to Cardinal Stritch University on Friday, April 21, to participate in a transfer student fair along with other local colleges and universities. This will be an additional opportunity to learn more about Marquette.

Cardinal Stritch students are also invited to schedule a virtual or in-person appointment with an admission counselor to discuss the application process and the transferability of your current coursework.

More about Marquette and the transfer process

More information about transferring to Marquette as an undergraduate student is available on the undergraduate admissions webpage or by emailing Learn how Cardinal Stritch undergraduate classes transfer to Marquette by visiting the university’s Transferology site.

Graduate students interested in transferring to Marquette are encouraged to connect with an admissions counselor or email

The Marquette residency requirements outlining the number of courses or credits students must earn at Marquette to be awarded a degree will be waived for Cardinal Stritch students who transfer no later than the spring 2024 semester.

Course requirements for the Marquette Core Curriculum will be waived for Cardinal Stritch students who have completed the Limitless Curriculum and transfer to Marquette no later than spring 2024 semester.

Visit Marquette’s Cardinal Stritch webpage for further updates.

Visit the Marquette campus

To schedule a visit, contact the admissions office for the program you’re interested in.

Marquette offers a variety of other options for learning more about the university, including:

Marquette career fair/interviews

Representatives from Marquette will be on the Cardinal Stritch campus on Wednesday, April 19, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to discuss open positions for faculty and staff and hold onsite interviews.

Those interested in learning more about opportunities available at Marquette should bring their CV and resume to the Kliebahn Conference Center.

Additional information is available at Marquette Jobs and on the Marquette benefits webpage.