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  • Care and Concern Report now available; resources for supporting students through COVID-19

    In an attempt to provide a single point of contact to report concerns about students and/or student behavior during this time, the Office of Student Development created the Care and Concern Report form. When reports are submitted, they will be sent in a timely manner to the appropriate office/unit (such as Title IX, student conduct,…

  • Pass/Not Pass grading option reminders

    Last Friday, Provost Ah Yun announced that the university will offer a Pass/Not Pass course grading option for spring 2020. The full policy is reflected online in the bulletin. Additional FAQs are also on Marquette’s coronavirus website. Below is a reminder of how it will work: The university will still use the current grading system…

  • Nurse, Education and Marquette Magazines now available

    The following magazines were recently published and made available on the magazines page on Marquette Today. Education College of Education, 2020 View an accessible PDF.   Marquette Magazine Winter, 2020 View an accessible PDF. Physical copies of Marquette Magazine will be available at a pick-up station on campus when employees return to campus. Marquette Nurse College…

  • Changes to course grading policy and library availability; overview of COVID-19 case reporting process

    Dear campus community, We are living in unprecedented times for Marquette University as we have quickly and unexpectedly adjusted to remote learning and working. Please know that we appreciate the immense sacrifice this has been for everyone, and understand the anxiety, fear and many mixed emotions this unfortunate time in our lives has caused everyone,…

  • Voting in the April 7 Wisconsin Primary Election: Important information for students

    Due to impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the university is sharing information pertinent to the April 7 Wisconsin Primary Election and encourages students to engage in the democratic process they’re able during this time, keeping in mind their health and safety the community. Students who planned to vote in Wisconsin as a Milwaukee resident in…

  • Diverse Course Development Grant deadline extended to April 30

    The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion supports the development of innovative courses that explore issues of diversity, equity and inclusion, are community-engaged, and that are rooted in culturally responsive pedagogy and equity-mindedness. Summer grants of up to $1,500 are available to full-time faculty from any discipline to develop a new course or significantly revise existing…

  • Dr. Saunders: Identifying, managing stress during “safer at home” order

    By Shelby Williamson, senior communication specialist in the Office of Marketing and Communication Dr. Stephen Saunders is the chair of psychology in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Saunders has published studies on the effect of the therapeutic alliance on treatment effectiveness in psychotherapy; practical aspects of measuring treatment effects within real-world clinical settings;…

  • Child Care Center to close, effective March 27

    Given Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers’ safer-at-home order, Marquette University has made the difficult decision to close the Marquette University Child Care Center, effective Friday, March 27. All current MUCCC children will have their spots reserved and no family will be charged tuition while the center is closed. The center will open again when it is…

  • Live from Dan’s House: One Marquette employee shares his musical gift with others as a comfort amid coronavirus

    Like many of us, Dan and his wife were wondering how to fill the time and spread some positivity during the coronavirus pandemic. He quickly leaned on what he knows best: engaging the community.

  • Mail Services during COVID-19: employees can still retrieve mail; departments can put mail on hold

    Employees who wish to pick up their mail from the mail room can do so during this time. Instructions for picking up mail: The mail room is located in the Service Building on the First Floor. When you arrive, call (414) 288-3066 and someone will let you in the front door. If Mail Services knows…