Take part in Baccalaureate Mass, May 11 

The Baccalaureate Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, May 11, at 9 a.m. in the Al McGuire Center. Graduating students are invited to attend in their academic regalia and to participate in the annual procession of graduates at the start of Mass; students wishing to do so must arrive by 8:40 a.m.

The Baccalaureate Mass is open to all graduating students, their families, friends and other guests, as well as Marquette faculty and staff. 

The Mass is an annual tradition whereby we give thanks to God for all the blessings of our time in studies here at Marquette and for the many mentors, teachers, friends, colleagues and companions who have helped to form us on this journey. They invoke God’s blessings upon them and ourselves as we move into the next stage of our lives. 

Rev. Gregory O’Meara, S.J., rector of the Jesuit Community and associate professor in the Marquette University Law School, will preside; Rev. Ryan Duns S.J., associate professor of theology, will preach. No tickets or reservations are necessary to participate.

Learn more about Baccalaureate Mass here.

Volunteers are still needed for Baccalaureate Mass.