Many students, faculty and staff received an email last week from someone claiming to be a Marquette student who was soliciting pet sitters. This solicitation was deemed fraudulent and ITS took the following action immediately: ITS identified a compromised user account that was sending an Office365 (O365) phishing message to approximately 6,000 campus mailboxes. ITS […]
Marquette’s Catholic and Jesuit identity will be enriched for generations to come thanks to the vision and generosity of alumni Nancy and Bill Stemper. The Stempers have committed more than $1 million to fund the Bill and Nancy Stemper Endowment for Excellence in Catholic Faith Formation, which will expand programming and services to deepen Catholic, […]
Moody’s Investors Service has assigned the university an A2 credit rating, citing its outlook as “stable.” The influential credit-rating agency extensively analyzed Marquette University, reviewing a wide variety of financial indicators, including net tuition revenue, philanthropic support and debt ratios. Moody’s says the stable outlook is based on expectations of at least breakeven operating performance, […]
In 2016 when Melissa Evans, Comm ’13, was working as a health reporter for the Texas Tribune, she was asked to staff the state legislative session. Evans was eager to hear top leaders respond to a report that had recently come out about poor maternal healthcare in Texas. According to the report, pregnant women and […]
The Medical Clinic will offer injectable influenza vaccinations to eligible students, faculty and staff at several locations throughout campus this fall. Vaccinations are free for full-time undergraduate students as well as employees and dependents who have Marquette’s health insurance. Employees and eligible dependents who are enrolled the university’s health plans must bring their insurance card to the flu clinic. For all others, the vaccination is $25. Flu clinics will be […]
Mazaa, Marquette’s student hip-hop/Bollywood competitive dance team, will host try-outs on Wednesday, Sept. 18, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Dancing experience is not required. To learn more about Mazaa, attend one of its dance clinics on Monday, Sept. 16. Sign up for a time slot online. With questions, contact Justin Ethithara.
The Marquette Knights of Columbus chapter will host Stuart McKee, Microsoft’s chief technology officer, at the Varsity Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 10, at 7:30 p.m. for its annual Ciszek Lecture. McKee will present “Digital Transformation: Living in a World with Constant Technical Change,” which will address the issues and ethics of emerging technologies. Prior to […]
The last day to apply to graduate or to update your fall 2019 graduation information is Tuesday, Oct. 1. Eligible students must access the Student Center in CheckMarq to complete the graduation application or updating process. Direct any questions you may have to your college or school.
Black Student Council and the Marquette University Police Department will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament this Friday, Sept. 13, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Rec Plex. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales and team entry fees will go to Milwaukee Public Schools for the purchase of school supplies. The field […]
Students can win exclusive nighttime access to a library study room — snacks included — during finals week. To enter the drawing, visit one of the two Library Passport Program stations at Raynor Memorial Libraries: The Information Desk on the first floor The bridge on the second floor Just scan the provided QR code to […]