Marquette University campus resources in times of crisis 

Marquette recognizes the deep hurt and fear experienced by many on our campus and around the world as a result of the Israel-Hamas war. It is all our responsibility to care for each other and create a culture of belonging. Especially during difficult times, Marquette is committed to being a place where students are taught how to engage in challenging conversations and to dialogue respectfully with those who have different opinions. This page encompasses the various services and policies that may be relevant while navigating this period. 

There is no place on Marquette’s campus for antisemitic or anti-Muslim rhetoric that would make anyone feel unwelcome or threatened. Anyone who experiences or witnesses harassment or discrimination on campus is urged to report it by submitting a confidential bias incident report online so that it can be appropriately addressed. 

Emotional, Mental and Spiritual Resources

Public Safety Resources 

The Marquette University Police Department is dedicated to maintaining a safe environment conducive to learning, living and working at Marquette. The commissioned police department includes more than 60 trained professionals and sworn officers who ensure the safety and security of campus and the surrounding neighborhood 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

  • EMERGENCY LINE: (414) 288-1911 
  • NON-EMERGENCY LINE: (414) 288-6800 
  • The MUPD EagleEye app’s mobile BlueLight feature connects you directly to MUPD and sends the device’s location in real-time. The EagleEye app is free and available for download from the Apple App Store and Google Play for Android. 

University policies and resources 

Marquette non-discrimination policy: Marquette, in accordance with its Jesuit tradition and Guiding Values, is committed to fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students, as well as ensuring equal educational opportunity, employment, and access to services, programs, and activities, without regard to an individual’s race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, sex, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristic or military status. 

Marquette harassment policy: In addition to being contrary to the university’s Mission and Guiding Values, harassment and discrimination are prohibited by this policy, the university’s Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy, and state and federal laws. 

File a grievance: To report experiences of harassment or discrimination on campus, submit a confidential bias incident report online. Once submitted, the report goes directly to the university’s Bias Response Team. Information obtained through these reports will assist Marquette in responding to and tracking incidents of bias and intolerance. Learn more about the bias reporting process

Support with media interview requests: Those who opted into Marquette’s experts directory may receive media inquiries during this time. If you would like support in managing these requests, contact the Office of University Relations’ media team