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  • Blood donors needed amid COVID-19; Blood Drive to take place on campus, April 16

    Due to COVID-19, there is currently a greater need for blood donors. To continue to maintain an adequate blood supply, the university has partnered with Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin to host blood drive on Marquette’s campus next Thursday, April 16, from noon to 5 p.m. in the AMU (Marquette Place). Donors can be assured…

  • Virtual coffee with Dr. Xavier Cole is April 13, 30

    Dr. Xavier Cole, vice president of student affairs, will host a virtual coffee meeting via Microsoft Teams on the following dates: Monday, April 13, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. (RSVP by April 10) Thursday, April 30, from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (RSVP by April 28) All are welcome to join this discussion. RSVP to Kimberly VanBeek, executive assistant…

  • Training and development resources for employees during COVID-19

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, the university is committed to protecting the health, safety and well-being of all students, faculty, and staff. As many employees find themselves currently working from home, the Marquette community must be creative, flexible and empathetic to each other’s concerns during this difficult time. Employees are encouraged to make sure they’re taking…

  • Update on residence hall move-out process for students

    Dear students, Please share with your parents or guardians. We are writing to provide an update on the residence hall move-out process. After early move-out is concluded on April 5, we will have nearly 2,400 students completely moved out of the residence halls, allowing us to reduce the number of staff needed on campus and…

  • All Summer Studies undergraduate courses to take place online

    Marquette’s robust Summer Studies program, which features a broad array of course options, will continue this summer. However, due to COVID-19, all 2020 Summer Studies undergraduate courses will be offered online to ensure that students can continue their studies from the safety of their homes. Students currently registered for on campus summer classes will be contacted…

  • DNC rescheduled to week of Aug. 17, Marquette reviewing commitments for that week

    Earlier today, the Democratic National Convention announced that it has rescheduled from mid-July to the week of Aug. 17 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Marquette’s Convention Steering Committee is currently reviewing its previously scheduled residence hall and event space commitments for the week of Aug. 17 to see whether the university can accommodate convention guests…

  • Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion developing Spanish website; pictures needed

    The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion is developing a website for Marquette’s Spanish speaking community. To ensure that it accurately represents the Hispanic/Latinx student population, the office is seeking pictures that depict students, families and alumni engaged in Marquette related activities.   Those interested should send the image(s) in jpg format, include the names…

  • Virtual Café con Leche events to take place April 15, 29

    Café con Leche has moved to a virtual coffee hour. Café con Leche is an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to dialogue in Spanish — independent of their level of proficiency — in a series of conversations facilitated by native and heritage speakers. Online events will take place on Wednesday, April 15 and 29, at 2 p.m.  For more information or to…

  • Mission and Ministry launches two new Microsoft Teams for employees

    The Office of Mission and Ministry has formed two new Microsoft Teams for Marquette faculty and staff: “Good Vibes”: A good news sharing Team. Employees are welcome here to share news and to read other people’s good news. This can be a photo, story or anything positive. “Together We Pray”: A  team where employees can…

  • Book Marq to provide shipping labels for textbook returns

    Due to COVID-19 / remote learning for spring 2020, the Book Marq’s physical store is closed to the public through the end of the semester. Therefore, all rented textbooks will need to be shipped back via mail. Book Marq will provide each student with one free UPS shipping label to use when shipping these returns.…