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  • Safety alert system test on Tuesday morning

    The university will conduct a test of its safety alert system on Tuesday morning:  Students, faculty and staff who receive safety alert text messages should see a test text message.  Those who have the EagleEye app and have their push notifications settings on will see a test notification via the app.  The test will not…

  • Safety initiatives advance at Marquette University

    Marquette University strives to be the safest environment possible in which to learn, live and work. The university continuously addresses campus and community safety through innovative programming, educational efforts, technological advances and the best-trained campus law enforcement staff in the area, including the commissioned Marquette University Police Department and nationally recognized Department of Campus Safety.  In…

  • New classroom signage offers reminders of what to do in emergency situations; Safety reminders for start of academic year

    New signs will be displayed in all classrooms and high-traffic areas on campus with reminders of what to do in an emergency. 

  • Safety Alert: July 8, 2023 | 12:55 a.m.

    The Marquette University Police Department is investigating the incident below. If you have more information, please contact MUPD immediately at (414) 288-6800. Initial Incident Report Incident type: CarjackingIncident location: 23rd Street and W. Wisconsin AveApproximate time: 12:55 a.m.Victims: One individual, not affiliated with MarquettePhysical injuries: None Two suspects approached the driver of a vehicle and displayed a weapon. The suspects…

  • Students and employees reminded of safety alert process

    The university community is reminded of the process for receiving text message alerts in the case that a safety alert is sent to campus. Please remember that safety alerts are sent to Marquette students, faculty and staff when there is an active threat to campus. A text notification is sent first, followed by an email with…

  • Students and employees reminded of safety alert process

    The university community is reminded of the process for receiving text message alerts in the case that a safety alert is sent to campus. Please remember that safety alerts are sent to Marquette students, faculty and staff when there is an active threat to campus. A text notification is sent first, followed by an email…

  • Spring cleaning safety: tips for selling items online

    Marquette University Police Department Assistant Chief Jeff Kranz shares how to sell safely.

  • Marquette University Police Department marks nine years as commissioned police force 

    May 1 marks nine years since Marquette University Police Department was commissioned. Since day one, MUPD has made ensuring a safe environment for everyone on Marquette’s campus and the surrounding community its top priority.   Marquette is thankful for the work MUPD does every day to keep our campus and the surrounding community safe. Through MUPD’s…

  • Make sure your cell phone number is listed correctly for emergency safety alert texts and COVID Cheq text reminders

    In order to receive text messages from Marquette, you must make sure your phone number is listed in either CheckMarq (for students) or MyJob (for faculty and staff). This data will be used for: Safety text alerts for when there is an active threat to campus or a weather related emergency COVID Cheq (if you…

  • Students and employees reminded of safety alert process

    The university community is reminded of the process for receiving text message alerts in the case that a safety alert is sent to campus. Please remember that safety alerts are sent to Marquette students, faculty and staff when there is an active threat to campus. A text notification is sent first, followed by an email with…