Spiritual, mental health resources remain available for campus community 

As the Marquette community grieves the passing of President Michael R. Lovell, opportunities for prayer and reflection continue on campus. 

  • Members of the university community are invited to spend time by the cross on the second floor of the Alumni Memorial Union next to the information desk, write a message on a ribbon and affix it to the cross. 
  • The campus community is also invited to share a message in one of two books of remembrance which will be given to the Lovell family. Books have been placed in the AMU near the cross and in St. Joan of Arc Chapel. 
  • Campus prayer vigils continue at the St. Joan of Arc Chapel. All are invited to pray, light a candle at the memorial for President Lovell, and write a message in the book of remembrance. 
  • All are invited to the 10 p.m. Mass at St. Joan of Arc Chapel on Tuesday, June 18. The Mass will be livestreamed; more information will be made available soon. If you are planning to attend, either in-person or virtually, please register online.
  • Noon Masses will be held on the following days:
    • Monday, June 17
    • Wednesday, June 19
    • Thursday, June 20 — Eucharistic Exposition and Adoration will follow Mass until 2 p.m.
    • Friday, June 21

Mental health resources remain available for members of the campus community. 

For faculty and staff, counselors are available 24/7 through Marquette’s employee assistance program. Counselors can be reached at 1-800-634-6433 or through the website. Use password: MU1. 

Marquette Counseling Center staff is available for students, for drop-in visits and by appointment, in Holthusen Hall; visit or call 414-288-7172. The Counseling Center is staffed in-person 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during the week and counselors are available 24/7 via phone.