In a Q&A, Dr. Sandra Hunter highlights National Take a Walk in the Park Day (March 30), the health benefits of routine exercise, getting fresh air and more.
Based on newly released guidance from the U.S. Department of Education, Marquette will be issuing refunds (rather than credits) for room and board for students who were living in residence halls during the spring semester. For students who were living in residence halls, refunds will be issued as follows: For students who have an outstanding […]
As the Marquette community shifts to working and learning remotely, Information Technology Services (ITS) warns all students, faculty and staff to be aware of cyber criminals, who are exploiting the fear and anxiety surrounding coronavirus. These malicious actors most commonly trick their victims into taking a specific action, such as clicking on a link, downloading […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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; […]
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.
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. […]