Get ready to vote; Feb. 20 is the Wisconsin spring primary

Students who live on campus and wish to vote as residents of Milwaukee are encouraged to get their Voter ID Cards. If you are a current student and meet all of the eligibility requirements to vote in Wisconsin, you can apply for your Marquette Voter ID Card at Union Station, located in the lower level of the Alumni Memorial Union. Students must present their current valid Marquette ID card to obtain a Marquette Voter ID Card. (Please note, a Marquette ID card is not the same as a Marquette Voter ID Card.)

Union Station hours are:

  • Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.
  • Friday: 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Voter ID cards are good for two years. If you get one now, you will be prepared to vote in 2024 elections on April 2 and Nov. 5, 2024 elections.

Visit for more information about voting.

Can I vote absentee and/or how do I register to vote in my home state?

Plan ahead as deadlines and requirements vary state by state. Visit the Marquette Vote FAQ page to find the answer to this question.

Please note that you can only vote once in an election. You may choose to vote in your home municipality instead of on campus. Check the information from your home municipality clerk’s office regarding requirements. If you vote at your permanent address you cannot vote at your campus address.