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  • Fall 2020 enrollment delayed to April 6

    The start of the enrollment period for fall 2020 is delayed to Monday, April 6. The delay applies to undergraduate and graduate students, including health science professional students and School of Dentistry students. Law School students will start enrollment on April 6, as previously scheduled.   Enrollment appointments will be updated in CheckMarq by Wednesday, March 25.…

  • COVID-19 student update: Additional information on residence hall move out

    Dear students: This message is also being sent to all parents and guardians for whom we have email addresses. We ask that students please share this message with their families. As some of our residence hall students begin removing their belongings from their rooms today, we’re all feeling sadness at the thought of our semester…

  • Campus Masses to be live streamed during COVID-19

    While the Marquette community is practicing social distancing, all are welcome to attend Mass via live stream. The next scheduled Mass will take place this Sunday, March 29, at 9 a.m. (CT). View the Facebook event for information on how to stream. Visit Mission and Ministry’s Facebook page for future virtual Masses.

  • COVID-19: What the safer-at-home orders mean, self-disclosure form and signing up for direct deposit

    Faculty, staff and students are asked to read these operational updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic. State and city safer-at-home orders Both the State of Wisconsin and the City of Milwaukee issued safer-at-home orders today. The City of Milwaukee’s order exempts colleges and universities for the purposes of facilitating distance learning, doing critical research or…

  • Students count at Marquette: Census process reminders

    The 2020 U.S. Census is underway with census forms being sent to residences across the nation. As this only occurs once every 10 years, students are reminded about the process for the Marquette campus: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the majority of students are not currently residing at their campus residence. It is important to…

  • Fall 2020 Silicon Valley Experience applications due April 5

    Undergraduate student entrepreneurs and innovators are invited to apply for the Silicon Valley Experience, an immersive tour which will take place during fall break 2020. Students will tour California Bay Area companies and will meet with Marquette alumni working in the startup, venture capitalists and corporate innovation industries. All disciplines are encouraged to apply; all expenses are paid. The Silicon…

  • COVID-19 Update: Remote learning extended, Commencement postponed and other key decisions

    Dear Marquette community: As we start our first full week of remote learning and working, we want to thank you for your continued patience as we move the university forward amid this unprecedented set of circumstances. Given changing guidance from the State of Wisconsin and the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we are…

  • From darkness into the radiance of faith

    By Rev. John Schwantes, S.J., Jesuit associate director, Faber Center This reflection is based on the scripture story for the fourth Sunday of Lent: John 9: The Man Born Blind. The heavy, anxious mood that has descended on our country led me to hear the gospel of the blind man in a new way. When…

  • Admissions to offer virtual campus tours, appointments

    The Office of Undergraduate Admissions understands that now is an important time for admitted students as they discern their college enrollment plans. For this reason, Admissions will continue to be available by phone, text and virtual appointment to speak with students and their families. Learn more and schedule an appointment.  Take a virtual tour of…

  • Virtual tutoring to begin March 23

    Using Microsoft Teams, the Office of Student Educational Services is moving more than 350 currently scheduled in-person tutoring groups online. Beginning Monday, March 23, tutors will contact their tutees via email to provide instructions on how to use this new format. In addition, students may sign up for virtual academic coaching and study skills appointments…