When you come to Marquette University, get ready to take on equal amounts of learning and doing. We welcome your curiosity, your creativity, and the discovery of your deepest purpose. Here, you’ll be challenged to push your boundaries, to lead and to serve, to hone your mind and open your heart. In the next four years, you’ll transform into the truest version of yourself, and when you leave, you’ll be ready to go out into the world and BE THE DIFFERENCE.
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BE INSPIRED Opportunities lead to inspiration. Like Claire, you’ll fine plenty of both here. p. 13
BE CREATIVE There’s no limit on creativity. Ask Jake, who is making his idea a reality. p. 14
BE MOTIVATED Are you ready? Like Sofia, we’ll keep you on goal. p. 17
BE AUTHENTIC Be yourself, like James, and you’ll be in great company. p. 18
BE CONNECTED Making connections is making a difference for DJ. p. 21
BE PREPARED Make the most of every opportunity, and like Taylor, be ready for success. p. 22
BE CHALLENGED If you’re looking to be challenged like Roberto, you’re in the right place. p. 25
BE THE REASON Bring your talents, skills and faith, and like Geraldyn, find more than you expected. p. 26
I’m Father Jacques Marquette, and since the university is named after me, you might say I’m a pretty big deal. I was a 17th-century explorer and Jesuit missionary. Now, at 382 years young, I’m here to help you explore campus. I’m also pretty internet-famous: @FAT HERM A RQ UE T T E
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BEGINS HERE. Welcome to Marquette. We’re a Catholic, Jesuit university located near the heart of downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our urban location gives us access to countless professional, research, cultural and service opportunities. Our Central Mall (shown here) and proximity to Lake Michigan (just one mile) keep us connected to nature, while the nearby airport and train station keep us connected to pretty much everywhere else.
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OF FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY HAVE THE HIGHEST DEGREE IN THEIR FIELD
LAST THINGS FIRST. If you’re the curious kind (and we hope that you are), you want to know what will happen after graduation. Good question. Only you can answer that exactly, but we can share what some of our recent grads are doing. 6TH BEST COLLEGE NATIONALLY AND THE BEST COLLEGE IN WISCONSIN FOR JOB PLACEMENT Based on Department of Education College Scoreboard Data
ONE YEAR AFTER GRADUATION** 92% Employed, full time
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Other, not seeking employment
Undergraduate Alumni Survey, 33% response rate. Percentages may not add to 100% due to rounding.
WHERE YOU’LL FIND SOME OF OUR ALUMNI: ABBOTT LABORATORIES | APPLE INC. | ARCHDIOCESE OF MILWAUKEE | BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF GREATER MILWAUKEE | BRIGGS & STRATTON | CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF WISCONSIN | DIRECT SUPPLY | ESPN | FEEDING AMERICA | GE HEALTHCARE | GROUPON | HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTOR COMPANY | HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE | ILLINOIS POLICY INSTITUTE | JOHNSON CONTROLS | KOHL’S | KOHLER COMPANY | LOS ANGELES TIMES | MICROSOFT | MOLSON COORS | MILWAUKEE BREWERS | NATIONAL COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS | NBC UNIVERSAL | NORTHROP GRUMMAN | NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL | ONMILWAUKEE.COM | PEPSICO | PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS | QUAD GRAPHICS | ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | SC JOHNSON | SUMMERFEST | TEACH FOR AMERICA | 3M | 20TH CENTURY FOX | ULINE | UNITED STATES CONGRESS | UNITED WAY | WALT DISNEY COMPANY | WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS | XEROX | YMCA | ZYWAVE |
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GRADUATING SENIORS SAY THEY COMPLETED THEIR DEGREE AS QUICKLY AS THEY HAD PLANNED*
NCAA DIVISION I
*2018 GRADUATING SENIOR SURVEY
EVERYTHING WE DO
IS PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER.
EXCELLENCE FAITH LEADERSHIP SERVICE
A These are the pillars of our mission, and youâ€™ll hear them often. They remind us to actively live what we strive for: the search for truth, the discovery and sharing of knowledge, the fostering of personal and professional excellence, the promotion of a life of faith, and the development of leadership expressed in service to others. 4 MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
Knowledge has power. It can inform the mind and motivate the spirit. As a Catholic, Jesuit university, the search for and sharing of knowledge are important parts of what we do.
ST. JOAN OF ARC CHAPEL dates from 15th-century Europe. It was hauled stone by stone from France and presented to Marquette in 1964. Legend has it that St. Joan of Arc herself touched one of the stones and it remains cooler than the surrounding stones to this day. You’ll have to stop by to find out which stone.
But we’re not just sharing ideas; we’re seeking truth and exploring faith, informing every aspect
of your education, career and life. At Marquette,
CAMPUS SACRED SPACES
you’ll be encouraged to seek new information,
open to all faith backgrounds, including the Islamic Prayer Room, Center for Jewish Life and the Interfaith Meditation and Prayer Space.
empowered to develop a personal belief system and asked to use what you learn for the greater good. IN THE SPIRIT OF ST. IGNATIUS, WE PREPARE YOU TO GO FORTH AND SET THE WORLD ON FIRE.
CURA PERSONALIS We provide education and care for each person with respect for his or her unique qualities, gifts and challenges as an individual. MAGIS We strive to help you do more and to be more. AD MAJOREM DEI GLORIAM For the greater glory of God.
Three Latin terms that have deep meaning in our Ignatian heritage.
Gather at St. Joan of Arc Chapel every Tuesday night for our most popular 10 p.m. Mass to reflect with dozens of other students.
ENJOY EVERY SECOND,
BECAUSE IT’S GOING TO GO FAST. Your life at Marquette will be full of moments you’ll later refer to as, “Remember that one time?” And chances are, lots of those times will be had right here in the heart of campus. Meet up with friends at the AMU, throw a Frisbee on the Central Mall, or bowl a couple games at the Annex.
LATE NIGHT MARQUETTE
An organization whose number one goal is to create stuff to do during late night hours, Late Night Marquette puts on events every week. Between stand-up, cinema, snow tubing, spirit week and so much more, you’ll find plenty of reasons to get into the action.
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UNION SPORTS ANNEX
It’s our on-campus entertainment center where you can go for five in a row on bingo night, come back to sweep team trivia, then have nachos for dinner.
ALUMNI MEMORIAL UNION Affectionately known as the AMU, itâ€™s a key location for both social interaction and everyday necessities. z Find your caffeine fix at Brew Bayou. z Eat your fill at our food court,
Marquette Place. z Grab your Golden Eagles gear
at The Spirit Shop. OTHER GREAT PLACES IN THE AMU: Bank Campus Ministry Center for Intercultural Engagement Chapel of the Holy Family Commuter Student Lounge Eucharistic Chapel LGBTQ+ Resource Center Lunda Room featuring Innovation Kitchen Marquette University Student Government Muslim Prayer Space Office of Student Educational Services Post Office
Nothing relieves study stress like a soft coat and wagging tail. So every year during finals week, the AMU hosts several dogs for you to pet, scratch and cuddle. 7
LIFE ON CAMPUS
STRENGTHENS BODY, MIND AND SOUL. Here, you’ll make lifelong friends, binge on equal amounts of pizza and Netflix, and still find time for homework. Our residence halls are home to over 90 percent of our freshmen and sophomores, and our juniors and seniors live right across the street. You’ll find our campus is active and energized 24/7 — though we do appreciate sleeping in on the weekends. Everyone on your floor will be like family, but if you want an even deeper connection, check out our living learning communities such as the Dorothy Day Social Justice Community.
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RAYNOR MEMORIAL LIBRARIES With a wealth of knowledge at your fingertips, finding the information you’re looking for won’t be a problem. Narrowing it down, however, could be. Since it’s the hub for all undergraduate research, you’ll be spending a lot of time at Raynor. So start by researching which of our 15 study areas are most comfortable.
THE BREW AT THE BRIDGE literally links past and present by connecting the old library with the new library. It’s a popular place — especially during exam week.
FITNESS CENTERS Walk, run, swim, dance and stretch to meet your daily fitness goals at the Rec Plex or Helfaer Tennis Stadium and Recreation Center. Between the two facilities, you’ll have access to a weight room, a track, a pool, gyms, group fitness classes, racquetball and tennis courts, and more. Find your own fit family at one of more than 30 weekly group fitness classes including SPIN, ZUMBA, YOGA and BOOT CAMP.
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TO THE GOOD STUFF. Marquette is a direct-entry institution, which means you apply and are admitted directly to one of our seven undergraduate colleges. This way, you can get immersed in your field right away. It doesn’t mean you have to know what you want to major in immediately, but you do have a head start in discovering that major. And you’re not in it alone. Our award-winning advising program will help you discover that right path. If you don’t have any idea where to begin, you’re in great company. Most first-year students begin as multi-interested students, who explore a breadth of programs before finding that one perfect major. If you’re interested in changing colleges or adding a second major, your adviser will help you once you’re enrolled.
HELEN WAY KLINGLER COLLEGE OF
ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGE OF
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION J. WILLIAM AND MARY DIEDERICH COLLEGE OF
COMMUNICATION COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION OPUS COLLEGE OF
ENGINEERING COLLEGE OF
HEALTH SCIENCES COLLEGE OF
KLINGLER COLLEGE OF
ARTS AND SCIENCES We know that no matter what happens, the world will always need ethical leaders. Leaders who are able to think critically and act with commitment. Leaders who not only expect change, but demand it. Leaders who understand how to act with and for others. Within the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, thatâ€™s precisely what we will prepare you for.
NATURAL SCIENCES MAJORS APPLIED PHYSICS BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY BIOINFORMATICS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES BIOPHYSICS CHEMISTRY COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS COMPUTER SCIENCE DATA SCIENCE MATHEMATICS PHYSICS PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
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SOCIAL SCIENCES MAJORS ANTHROPOLOGY APPLIED MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS COGNITIVE SCIENCE CRIMINOLOGY AND LAW STUDIES ECONOMICS ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES GENDER AND SEXUALITIES STUDIES INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS PEACE STUDIES POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY SOCIAL WELFARE AND JUSTICE SOCIOLOGY
HUMANITIES MAJORS AFRICANA STUDIES AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY CLASSICS FRENCH GERMAN HISTORY LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES LITERATURE, ENGLISH PHILOSOPHY SPANISH LANGUAGE, LITERATURE AND CULTURE SPANISH FOR THE PROFESSIONS THEOLOGY AND RELIGION WRITING-INTENSIVE ENGLISH
CLAIRE HOMETOWN: Grafton, Mass.
1ST MAJOR: International Affairs with a concentration in Latin America 2ND MAJOR: Spanish for the Professions MINOR: Peace Studies
Claire works at the CENTER FOR PEACEMAKING, an academic center that fosters research and action, and the promotion of social justice, human dignity and peace. It’s through the center that she received a fellowship to work at the United Nations in New York.
Claire spent a summer in Washington, D.C., as an intern through Marquette’s LES ASPIN CENTER.
INSPIRED STUDY ABROAD: CHILE
“My study abroad experience stretched me. A lot of what I learned at Marquette became real when I was in Chile.” HELEN WAY KLINGLER COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
JAKE HOMETOWN: Mequon, Wis.
“Life is short — do what you want to do, and don’t be afraid to take a risk.” MAJOR: Data Science
STARTED HIS OWN BUSINESS: Beyond Reach Unmanned Aerial Systems Jake’s business, it’s his second one, is a fixed-wing drone that provides situational awareness for first responders. He’s working with a team of 11 fellow students. The company’s goal is to save lives.
CREATIVE FAVORITE PLACE ON CAMPUS: 707 HUB This innovation incubator is where he hangs out and works on his projects and his business plan. The 707 Hub is also where he networks and shares ideas with others.
HELEN WAY KLINGLER COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
“PHENOMENAL” on his Marquette adviser
KLINGLER COLLEGE OF
ARTS AND SCIENCES PLACES, PROGRAMS AND EXPERIENCES THAT WILL HELP YOU BE THE DIFFERENCE.
A ADVISING CENTER
NORMAN H. OTT MEMORIAL WRITING CENTER Make your pen even more powerful here. You’ll find English professors and trained tutors from a variety of majors eager to help you craft content. Learn how to overcome writer’s block and organize papers, or have a fellow wordsmith critique your latest draft as you go from rough to refined.
CENTER FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE HUMANITIES We act in support of the Ignatian ideal of being for and with others, and focus on issues that require humanistic knowledge to enhance the common good of society. Through this work, we elevate student and faculty teaching and research.
CENTER FOR URBAN RESEARCH, TEACHING AND OUTREACH Milwaukee and other American cities are thriving, but also facing issues that need solving. Here, affiliated researchers and community scholars collaborate on these issues.
CENTER FOR PEACEMAKING Informed by the Jesuit mission of reconciliation and working for peace, we foster research and action for the promotion of social justice, human dignity and peace. As the only academic center at a Catholic university explicitly focused on exploring the power of nonviolence, our programs bring you together with faculty and community to achieve scholarship and community peacemaking.
COOL THINGS WE ARE RESEARCHING
You want to get the most of your academic experience, and our job is to help you make that happen. We’re full of advice — from choosing a major, making course selections and improving study skills to preparing for professional schools — so just ask.
Growing rice in Wisconsin Rain forests in Central America Neutrinos in Antarctica Cyber security and big data Presidential elections Immigrant communities Autism Defining what is Hispanic The opioid crisis
OF ARTS AND SCIENCES UNDERGRAD STUDENTS work directly with a faculty member on a research project
Science fiction How Civil War lessons are still teaching us today Connecting 19th-century travel literature with present-day locations in Spain Process of moral discernment and ethical behavior Medical humanities How prejudice, discrimination and policies affect Arab and Muslim Americans
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Understanding how to do business is key. Just as important is understanding the effects of your business decisions. Here, we believe that the measure of business success is not only in financial statements, but also in whether you’re using your ambition to further the common good. A Marquette business education equips you for that. You’ll gain the skills to excel, the confidence to stand for what’s right and the competence to lead the way.
PLACES, PROGRAMS AND EXPERIENCES THAT WILL HELP YOU BE THE DIFFERENCE.
MAJORS ACCOUNTING BUSINESS ANALYTICS BUSINESS ECONOMICS FINANCE HUMAN RESOURCES INFORMATION SYSTEMS INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MARKETING OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT REAL ESTATE
MICRO-ENTERPRISE, MACRO IMPACT Through our Applied Global Business Program, you’ll work with communities in developing nations to provide micro-enterprise solutions. In other words, you’ll create successful business practices on a small scale that are both sustainable and culturally sensitive. Recent efforts have taken students to Guatemala, India and El Salvador.
NO MATTER YOUR MAJOR, YOU’LL START YOUR FRESHMAN YEAR WITH FOUNDATIONAL COURSES ON HOW BUSINESSES WORK.
COMMERCIAL BANKING PROGRAM
Then, you’ll be prepared to take major courses and start an internship. These give you a decided advantage over your peers at other institutions, where students often aren’t even admitted to business school until their second or third year.
Provides internships, community outreach and research opportunities in commercial real estate. Ranked 11th by U.S. News & World Report.
Develop the skills necessary for a career in banking. Study all aspects of the industry, including banking leadership function, risk management and the risk-evaluation process.
CENTER FOR REAL ESTATE
CENTER FOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT An in-depth, hands-on look at the world of supply and demand. Ranked 13th by U.S. News & World Report.
APPLIED INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Theories and guesstimates don’t cut it in the financial world. Businesses want to know you can handle the heat, so we throw you into our version of the fire — the Applied Investment Management (AIM) program. And the applied part isn’t just talk: You’ll manage nearly $3 MILLION OF THE UNIVERSITY’S ENDOWMENT, as well as other domestic and international equity and fixed-income portfolios.
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SOFIA HOMETOWN: San Juan, Puerto Rico
MAJORS: Human Resources International Business
“There is no place like Marquette. Coming here is the best decision I could have made!”
Participating in the Relief Drive for Hurricane Maria — Puerto Rico allowed Sofia to help her home from far away.
FAVORITE PLACE TO HANG OUT WITH FRIENDS: The Annex every Sunday
MOTIVATED Joining the ALPHA CHI OMEGA SORORITY helped Sofia make friends and meet people with different interests. It’s an experience that’s surpassed her expectations. “It’s about empowering each other and helping the community.”
Sofia transferred for better opportunities and a business school that would put her on the right career path. Now she’s involved with the business club MARQUETTE GO-GETTERS.
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JAMES HOMETOWN: Evanston, Ill.
MAJOR: Corporate Communication MINOR: Marketing
“Marquette is big enough to meet new people and small enough to see them over and over again.”
Extremely proud of his Nigerian heritage and a fan of all cultures and people, James has transferred his RA experience to managing the ambassadors helping international students adapt to life at Marquette.
Involved with the African Student Association and Black Student Council — “There’s a strong sense of comaraderie with the African community at Marquette. I can be with my own people. I can be my best self, my most authentic self.”
J. WILLIAM & MARY DIEDERICH COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION
AUTHENTIC FAVORITE THING TO DO: Hang with his friends and rap on their Free-style Fridays.
DIEDERICH COLLEGE OF
COMMUNICATION In any industry, culture or situation, communication is absolutely essential. Information has power only if it’s known. Stories inspire only if they’re told. And life is truly fulfilling only if it’s shared. So in the Diederich College of Communication, we immerse you in an environment that encourages risks and demands excellence. Through this experience you’ll become an accomplished communicator with the vision and agility to stay ahead, the ability to speak for those unheard, and the wisdom to know what to say.
ONE MAJOR IS NICE, BUT TWO IS BETTER. Not sure yet? That’s OK. If you know communication is your thing, we’ll help you find the right major. As a communication major, you’ll be required to have either a dual major or an additional minor. You’ll have a diverse portfolio of projects — and offers from a wide range of employers.
PLACES, PROGRAMS AND EXPERIENCES THAT WILL HELP YOU BE THE DIFFERENCE.
MAJORS ADVERTISING COMMUNICATION STUDIES CORPORATE COMMUNICATION DIGITAL MEDIA JOURNALISM MEDIA STUDIES PUBLIC RELATIONS THEATRE ARTS
O’BRIEN FELLOWSHIP IN PUBLIC SERVICE JOURNALISM Every year, we host three to five world-class journalists. You’ll have the opportunity to work directly with them, researching stories with the potential to change policies and improve lives. And you may even be invited back to their newsrooms for a summer internship. Past internships have included positions at The Seattle Times, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
DIEDERICH EXPERIENCE From LA to NYC, you can get behind the scenes and learn from our alumni. Build your network while having some remarkable experiences.
MILWAUKEE NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS SERVICE It started as a small shop on campus covering the stories no one else was telling. Today, our neighborhood stories are syndicated to other media, informing the public of important social justice issues and inspiring action around Milwaukee.
STUDENT MEDIA Our student news organization spans every medium and they are all run by students — a newspaper, magazine, TV and radio station, as well as a website and digital services. It’s learning by doing with some of the most sophisticated technology available.
WAKERLY MEDIA LAB Our space for innovation and creativity features fun tech such as 3-D printing, virtual reality, drones and 360-degree video.
EDUCATION When you’re a student who’s also an aspiring educator, your own educational experience becomes critical to shaping your future. It will influence your approach and philosophy for your entire career. So in the College of Education, you’ll balance challenging work in the classroom with meaningful work in the community. You’ll get experience on our campus and in Milwaukee schools. You’ll actively learn and actively teach. And when you graduate, you’ll be able to draw on those experiences to shape minds in an incredibly powerful way. MAJORS ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SECONDARY EDUCATION Both require that you have a second major in one of these academic content areas: BROAD FIELD SCIENCE CHEMISTRY COMMUNICATION STUDIES ECONOMICS ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN HISTORY
JOURNALISM LATIN MATHEMATICS PHYSICS POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY SPANISH THEATRE ARTS
EDUCATIONAL STUDIES If you’re interested in exploring education in non-traditional ways and working with students outside the classroom, this major is for you.
With direct entry into the College of Education, you’ll take classes relevant to your major right away. So while others are still sitting in class taking notes, you’ll be standing in front of the class taking attendance or studying abroad.
PLACES, PROGRAMS AND EXPERIENCES THAT WILL HELP YOU BE THE DIFFERENCE.
A second major is required. It can come from any academic content areas in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences or the Diederich College of Communication.
GET TO THE TOP (AND FRONT) OF YOUR CLASS EVEN SOONER.
BEHAVIOR CLINIC The Behavior Clinic offers mental health services for children who are experiencing significant behavior and emotional problems.
FIELD PLACEMENT Education students complete between 130 to 140 hours of fieldwork prior to student teaching.
HARTMAN LITERACY AND LEARNING CENTER The Hartman Literacy and Learning Center is home to the Family Literacy Project, and it’s where you can help kids from inner-city Milwaukee learn to read. It’s a unique and rare opportunity to work in literacy education. And even though that experience will make your resume stand out from the rest, you’ll be even better qualified when you participate in faculty research on the most effective ways to teach literacy.
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DJ HOMETOWN: Zug, Switzerland
“The friends that I have here have become my family.” MAJORS: Elementary Education Political Science
Far from his home in Switzerland, DJ has found a family at Marquette, the support and mentorship of his professors, and the experience he needs to succeed. “Marquette put me in a real elementary school classroom my second week of my freshman year.”
CONNECTED He’s a big fan of Marquette athletics, but gets into the action as part of INTRAMURAL SOCCER and INNER TUBE WATER POLO. He also sports his game face for GAMING CLUB.
CAMPUS JOB: Being a guest receptionist at Cobeen Hall is an easy way to meet people. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 21
TAYLOR HOMETOWN: New Windsor, Md.
MAJOR: Environmental Engineering MINORS: Arabic, Naval Science
“Being globally aware is critical to the world we live in.”
THE OPUS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, the NAVY ROTC program and the service opportunities in Milwaukee are what drew Taylor to Marquette. SWIM CLUB helps Taylor improve his swimming skills. It’s also where he’s made a great group of friends.
PREPARED Taylor plans to be a Navy Seal working in the Middle East, and he’s getting the practical skills he needs to be prepared, by participating in PROJECT GLOBAL OFFICERS, an accelerated learning program. Taylor spent two summers in Oman and says it’s the“best way to learn Arabic.”
OPUS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
OPUS COLLEGE OF
ENGINEERING As the world faces critical issues like clean water, global health and aging infrastructure, it requires engineers adept enough — and brave enough — to tackle those issues head on. So we prepare you to be an able problem solver by demanding you think critically and challenging you to find the next solution. Here, you’ll become an engineer who is creative, innovative, technically proficient and ready to lead. Most important, you’ll be ready and able to solve problems for the world.
ENGINEERING HALL You’ll learn inside a model of engineering with 38 labs,12 student study nodes and 120 built-in sensors to study the structural behavior of the building.
PLACES, PROGRAMS AND EXPERIENCES THAT WILL HELP YOU BE THE DIFFERENCE.
MAJORS BIOCOMPUTING BIOELECTRONICS BIOMECHANICS CIVIL ENGINEERING COMPUTER ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
CO-OP PROGRAM Combine time at school with time as an employed engineer. It’s an excellent way to integrate classroom work with practical industrial experience.
E-LEAD While part of a select team, within this three-year, application-based program, you’ll shadow a mentor and take part in a co-op, internship, research project or major service initiative as you go from being a doer to a leader. You’ll learn to build team engagement and drive innovation.
ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS Put what you’re learning to work and build a bridge that gives villagers in remote areas of Guatemala year-round access to schools, markets and hospitals.
WATER QUALITY CENTER Come together with other experts from biological sciences, mathematics, statistics and computer science to improve the quality of the world’s water through physical, chemical and biological analysis (and the occasional taste test).
VISUALIZATION LAB Step inside an emergency room, a rain forest or even a beating heart. In the Viz Lab, you can go anywhere you can imagine. You’ll wear special glasses that allow you to see projected images as if they were real, and you’ll take learning out of a book and into virtual reality.
HEALTH SCIENCES Bring us your passion, your intelligence and your desire to use science as a force for good. We’ll give you a prestigious, competitive program that’s built around today’s health care challenges — and changes in response to the industry’s requirements. We offer the best of both learning and doing, of cutting-edge research and clinical experience. And after immersion in this demanding environment, you’ll leave prepared to start a long-term career and tackle the problems of right now.
* Doctoral degree program ** Master’s degree program
CERTIFICATION PASS RATE AND JOB PLACEMENT RATE FOR PHYSICAL THERAPY AND PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES
PLACES, PROGRAMS AND EXPERIENCES THAT WILL HELP YOU BE THE DIFFERENCE.
MAJORS ATHLETIC TRAINING** BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY* PHYSICAL THERAPY* PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES** SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY**
CENTER FOR PRE-HEALTH ADVISING As soon as you start in the College of Health Sciences, you’ll be assigned an adviser specific to your major. Have plans to continue on to med school, dental school or another professional college after Marquette? Our Center for Pre-health Advising is here to help you make those plans real.
SUMMER RESEARCH PROGRAM Spend 10 intense weeks working in research labs alongside faculty.
SPEECH PATHOLOGY CLINIC Become part of our commitment to providing speech pathology and audiology services to he Milwaukee community.
GLOBAL BRIGADES The world’s largest student-run organization aiming to improve global health and sustainable development began right here at Marquette.
PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINIC Treat patients suffering from new injuries and chronic ailments at our on-campus location.
NEURO RECOVERY CLINIC The only one of its kind in Wisconsin and one of only three in the region, here we’re providing specialized, life-changing therapies for people with neurological conditions.
GROSS ANATOMY LAB It’s rare for undergraduates to take Human Gross Anatomy, but at Marquette, you will. You’ll have amazing opportunities to see firsthand how the human body really works. While you’re dissecting the human brain, you’ll be filling your own with tons of biomedical scientific knowledge. The term “gross” actually refers to anatomy you can see with the naked eye. In other words, things you don’t need a microscope to view. 24 MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
ROBERTO HOMETOWN: McHenry, Ill.
“Marquette not only helps you grow academically, but as a whole person.”
MAJOR: Biomedical Sciences MINOR: Neuroscience, Pre-med
Getting into a GROSS ANATOMY LAB is rare for undergrads, unless you’re at Marquette. Roberto is pre-med and having that access is why he chose Marquette — that along with the Jesuit values and service opportunities. He’s now a teaching assistant in the lab and part of the pre-health peer mentorship program.
Making A Real Difference In the Gulf Region and Areas Surrounding rebuilds homes and neighborhoods affected by natural disasters, and raises awareness about the needs of the residents.
CHALLENGED A clinic and ER volunteer, Roberto also does a great deal of service work through Marquette, including the MARDI GRAS service group. “I’ve met amazing people with so much energy who are having a positive influence.”
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GERALDYN HOMETOWN: San Diego, Calif.
MAJOR: Nursing MINOR: Spanish
WHAT BRINGS A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GIRL TO MILWAUKEE? For Geraldyn, it’s the holistic student care, a strong AIR FORCE ROTC program, direct admission into the COLLEGE OF NURSING, and an adventure away from California. What’s she discovered here that she can’t get there? Four seasons. She prefers fall.
Geraldyn credits the Air Force ROTC for helping to develop her strong work ethic and to be a fearless leader, while the College of Nursing is pushing her outside her boundaries.
THE REASON “As a student striving to be a nurse officer in the Air Force, Marquette is a beautiful place to develop myself.”
COLLEGE OF NURSING
Along with her studies and service learning as a Marquette Nurse, Geraldyn is busy with the BAYANIHAN STUDENT ORGANIZATION and the LITURGICAL CHOIR. The singing in the Liturgical Choir pairs two things important to her — faith and music.
NURSING Although patients need sound treatment, they deserve even more. That’s why as a Marquette nursing student, you’ll benefit from a rigorous, experiential curriculum with a focus on ethical responsibility. You’ll become a nurse who’s an advocate for individuals and communities. A nurse poised for leadership in a rapidly changing health care environment. A nurse who provides compassionate care. MAJOR NURSING You’ ll be admitted directly into the College of Nursing and start nursing course work your first semester.
ONE OF ONLY
IN THE NATION SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN A
VA NURSING ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
PLACES, PROGRAMS AND EXPERIENCES THAT WILL HELP YOU BE THE DIFFERENCE.
A CARING FOR PATIENTS DIRECTLY In your sophomore year, you’ll start clinical courses and be guaranteed a clinical placement. Thanks to our partnerships with more than 80 agencies in Milwaukee, you’ll have the opportunity to experience the full continuum of patient care — from acute care hospitals to outpatient clinics, community agencies and patient homes.
WHEATON FRANCISCAN HEALTHCARE CENTER FOR CLINICAL SIMULATION The center creates health care scenarios that will test your nursing knowledge and hone your critical response skills. This is as real as it gets — without actually being real. Here, we train nurses to handle uncommon patient care situations. Our sim lab is a pressure-packed environment that throws you into realistic, high-risk scenarios. That way, by the time lives are really on the line, you’ll be at your best.
VETERANS AFFAIRS COHORT It’s not every day you get to heal heroes — unless, of course, you belong to this highly competitive group. Serve those who have served our country by advancing health research and working directly with veterans and their families.
CARE ACROSS COUNTRIES You might not be able to care for the whole world, but you can start with the people of Piura, Peru, or Dublin, Ireland. Get a month of hands-on experience, and while you’re gaining a once-in-a-lifetime look at how the rest of the world lives, you’ll be gaining classroom credit as well.
CHANGE-AGENTS, SPIRITED DREAMERS, AND EFFECTIVE DOERS
A The 707 Hub is home to the Kohler Center for Entrepreneurship and the Social Innovation Initiative. Open to all students, it’s a place for different disciplines to meet and solve problems. The 707 Hub has unique meeting spaces and a stage where you can make your pitch to investors. Have an idea? Let’s hear it. 28 MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
INNOVATION HAPPENS HERE. That’s why you’ll find unique spaces and initiatives to help take your ideas to the next step. And we’re serious about every idea, because with the right support, a simple concept can solve the most complex problem. Get involved in Marquette innovation at the 707 Hub, in one of our 20 academic centers and institutes, or at one of these places:
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL DATA SCIENCE INSTITUTE Big data is a big deal, and this partnership with Northwestern Mutual and UWM lets us do more data science study and research while advancing Milwaukee as a national hub for data science innovation.
GLOBAL WATER CENTER We’re exploring water technologies to quench the world’s thirst with a home in this collaborative hub for water-related research facilities and water-related companies.
MARVL Short for MARquette Visualization Lab, MARVL uses its four huge display surfaces, stereoscopic viewing gear and motor-tracking equipment to demonstrate how visualization technology can be used in learning, research and industry.
WAKERLY MEDIA LAB Our space for innovation and creativity features fun tech such as 3D printing, virtual reality, drones and 360-degree video.
MAKE YOUR IDEAS REAL Similar to a venture capital fund, the EXPLORER CHALLENGE provides seed money to students, faculty and staff to cultivate and fund innovative ideas that improve Marquette, the broader community and the world.
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NEED FOR A CHALLENGE. Everything we do at Marquette is designed to push you out of your intellectual comfort zone. After all, it takes real work to become one of the world’s sharpest thinkers. Your teachers and advisers will be here to support you in every way. And if you’re looking to test yourself even further, try adding one or more of these to your curriculum: ELITE ACADEMIC FOCUS In the University Honors Program, 350 of our sharpest students take some of our toughest classes and work with our finest professors. But despite its name, our University Honors Program isn’t about acclaim or prestige. It’s an intense challenge to think, feel and act differently in pursuit of being the difference. Research side by side with professors, attend interdisciplinary seminars and take specialized courses and independent studies. Your senior year will conclude with a capstone experience designed to put all of your knowledge and insight to work.
TRAINING TO SERVE YOUR COUNTRY When you enter the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps at Marquette, you’re entering one of the best-known programs in the country. And you’ll be in good company — we rank third among national universities for the percentage of students who serve in ROTC.
INTERNSHIP WITH THE LES ASPIN CENTER FOR GOVERNMENT Intern in the White House, the State Department, the FDA or any one of more than 100 congressional offices. Our Les Aspin Center programs are widely known as some of the best on Capitol Hill, and over 2,200 Marquette students have received premier internships through the center.
FIVE-YEAR ACCELERATED DEGREE PROGRAMS Some of our programs allow you to receive a bachelor’s and a master’s in just five years. Check with the college in your area of interest to see what programs are available.
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A PLAN FOR
LIFE AFTER UNDERGRAD. When you’re ready to start the search for your first big job, our Career Services Center is here for you. Get help with everything from choosing a career to finding a job. Because many of our students are interested in pursuing a dental, law, medical or other professional degree, we also have a dedicated pre-professional office. Advisers here will guide you through site visits and entrance exam preparation, and help determine which professional school is best for you. The staff also offers a free recommendations service, meaning they’ll collect and send letters of praise on your behalf — earning the kudos, however, is up to you. CENTER FOR PRE-HEALTH ADVISING If an undergraduate degree is just the first stop on your way to a career as a dentist, doctor or physician assistant, you can work with an adviser here. Your adviser will help make sure you’re taking advantage of all the opportunities available to set you up for success in professional school. PRE-LAW SCHOLARS This option combines a Marquette undergrad degree with a Marquette law degree. You’ll complete both in six years, rather than the traditional seven.
EXTEND YOUR STAY. ADVANCE YOUR DEGREE. GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Future business leaders can choose from eight master’s degree options including our nationally ranked Executive MBA, as well as several interdisciplinary programs. GRADUATE SCHOOL Study side by side with expert faculty, and put theory into practice in one of 70 doctoral and master’s degree programs and 21 graduate certificate programs. LAW SCHOOL Earn your law degree through our prestigious program, located just blocks from the county and federal courthouses, and learn how law can work for the good of all. SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY Study in state-of-the-art facilities and help meet our community’s dental needs while learning your trade at the only dental school in the state of Wisconsin.
PRE-DENTAL SCHOLARS Combine your undergrad education with a Marquette University School of Dentistry degree and complete both in seven years, rather than eight.
WHERE OUR STUDENTS HAVE STUDIED: ARGENTINA AUSTRALIA AUSTRIA BELGIUM BRAZIL CANADA CHILE CHINA CZECH REPUBLIC DENMARK DOMINICAN REPUBLIC FRANCE GERMANY GREECE IRELAND ITALY JAPAN JORDAN LUXEMBOURG MEXICO MOROCCO OMAN PERU PHILIPPINES SOUTH AFRICA SOUTH KOREA SPAIN THAILAND UNITED KINGDOM VIETNAM
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WANT TO CHANGE THE WORLD?
START BY LETTING IT CHANGE YOU. Studying abroad can shape your life, and 25 percent of all Marquette undergrads take the opportunity to do it. We can help you cover it financially through your existing scholarships (they transfer to most programs) or through a study abroad-specific scholarship. And by getting your classes pre-approved, you’ll be able to stay on track to graduate on time. You can study abroad no matter your major, and for any length of time: an academic year, a semester, a short-term summer program, during spring break, or over J-session. Taking your Marquette experience global is definitely within reach, and our Office of International Education will help you through the entire process.
Not only will you learn and serve, but the international experience you’ll gain will give you an edge when it comes to competing in today’s job market.
Whether you’re witnessing the renewed spirit of Cape Town or sitting down for a home-cooked meal with your new family in Madrid, you’ll discover that our study abroad programs offer unique experiences beyond the classroom.
OF MARQUETTE UNDERGRADS PARTICIPATE IN COMMUNITY SERVICE
OUR MOST VALUED TRADITION
The practice that defines us is an idea that’s way bigger than one single event or organization, and bigger than Marquette University itself. It’s service — and it’s huge here. The Marquette service tradition is central to our mission, integral to our personality and a key part of your transformational Marquette experience. SERVICE LEARNING Service learning is an academic program that blends community service with classroom theory. It’s what happens when we work with the community to do good for the community. Someone gets the help they need while you gain skills to enhance your future career — and the personal accomplishment that comes from making a difference.
That’s right, we’re cleaning up hunger — and increasing awareness, support and resources. HUNGER CLEAN-UP is our largest day of service. Nearly 1,800 individuals serve at 45–50 nonprofit work sites, such as food banks, homeless shelters and countless other organizations. 33
MAKE YOUR INTERESTS
EVEN MORE INTERESTING. No matter what you’re into, it’s likely there’s a group of people here who share your passions. Think there’s no way we could possibly have the things you like covered? We’ve got two words for you: Ukulele Club.
MOST CLUBS FALL INTO THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES: ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY SERVICE AND SOCIAL AWARENESS CULTURE FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES HONORS SOCIETIES PERFORMING ARTS POLITICS SPECIAL INTERESTS SPIRITUALITY AND RELIGION STUDENT GOVERNMENT AND COORDINATING COUNCILS STUDENT MEDIA AND PUBLICATIONS To browse the entire list of student organizations, visit marquette.edu/involvement.
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During the first week of school, you can learn more about getting involved at Organization Fest, where almost all our organizations have students available to answer questions. WOMEN’S ULTIMATE FRISBEE
AN ARTS SCENE
YOU’LL HAVE TO SEE, HEAR AND FEEL TO BELIEVE.
Prepare to witness some current masters of their crafts. Around our campus, photographers, actors, writers, musicians, performers and poets (as well as those artists who can’t be labeled) are making a difference by making art. And the best part: You don’t have to be an artist to appreciate it. Just stop by one of our many venues dedicated to creativity.
See performances by Marquette’s theatre majors that rival Broadway shows.
HAGGERTY MUSEUM OF ART
This is where creativity meets canvas (and paper, wood, plastic, cloth and metal). And thanks to regular lectures, workshops and performances, you can learn while you look.
Complete with a 32-foot stage, chorus risers and house lighting and sound, the Varsity Theatre is where performers and musicians regularly raise goose bumps and bring crowds to their feet.
IN MILWAUKEE. Whether you’re from Shanghai or Chicago, Tallahassee or Tokyo, you’re going to fall in love with our hometown. We have plenty to do: sports, music, festivals, restaurants, art and theatre. You’ll also find hundreds of ways to Be The Difference in Milwaukee’s community through student volunteer organizations and service learning classes. And with our diverse community, you’ll find you fit right in.
IS CURRENTLY HOME TO
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS — FROM —
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YOU’RE ALREADY HERE. WHY NOT GET OUT ON THE TOWN?
Even though you’ll spend most of your time at Marquette, you’ll be close to plenty of other great places, too. No car? No worries. You can walk, take the bus, ride a Bublr Bike (Milwaukee’s bike share program) or hop on The Hop (Milwaukee’s streetcar). If you really want to make a trip out of it, catch a 90-minute train south to Chicago.
You won’t have to wait to gain experience in your field. If you’re looking to get a foot in the door, the Milwaukee area boasts an extensive number of companies, organizations and firms in every industry — financial services, health care, media, sports, publishing, construction and so much more. We’re home to several Fortune 500 companies and more than a few have their headquarters here. Work with our Career Services Center to book an internship and start building your network now.
Eat and shop downtown. Head to the Third Ward and RiverWalk for more.
JUST A FEW OF THE COMPANIES YOU’LL FIND HERE:
The city has 100+ miles of bike lanes for all weather.
BAIRD BRIGGS & STRATTON CHILDREN’S WISCONSIN GE HEALTHCARE HARLEY-DAVIDSON JOHNSON CONTROLS KOHL’S MANPOWERGROUP MOLSON COORS MILWAUKEE BREWERS MILWAUKEE BUCKS NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL QUAD/GRAPHICS REXNORD ROCKWELL AUTOMATION
Watch professional sports year-round, including the Milwaukee Brewers.
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#WEAREMARQUETTE YOU PROBABLY ALREADY KNOW THIS, BUT SPORTS IS A BIG DEAL HERE, AND BEING A FAN IS ONE OF OUR FAVORITE PASTIMES.
I will bring the face paint, mes amis.
A If you’re really committed, join the MARQUETTE FANATICS — a student group of die-hard spectators who have tickets to all home games. 38 MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
BASKETBALL CROSS C OU N T RY E S P O RT S G O L F L AC R O S S E S O C C E R T E N N I S T RAC K A ND FI E L D V O L L E YB A L L MEN
CHEERLEADING DA N C E T E A M M A S C OT
B A D M I N T O N B AG TO S S B A S K E TB A L L DODG E B A L L FLOOR HOCKEY FLAG FOOTBALL F U T S A L I N D O O R VO L L E Y B A L L INNER TUBE WATER POLO K I C K B A L L P I C K L E BA L L PING-PONG R AC Q U ETBA L L S A N D VO L L E Y BA L L S O C C E R S O F T B A L L TA B L E T E N N I S T E N N I S U LT I M ATE F R I S B E E
Home court to Marquette and the Milwaukee Bucks, the FISERV FORUM is the new 714,000square-foot arena and entertainment hub.
BASEBALL BASKETBALL F EN C I N G CURLING CYCLING EQUESTRIAN F IGU RE S K AT I N G F I S H I N G G O L F HOCKEY KUK SOOL W O N L AC R O S S E PA I N T B A L L P OW E R L I F T I N G Q U I D D I T C H RO C K C L I M B I N G ROW I N G / C R E W R U G BY R U N N I N G S A I L I N G S K I A N D S N OW B OA R D SOCCER SOFTBALL SPIKEBALL SWIMMING AND DIVING TAE KWON DO T E N N I S T R I AT H L O N U LT I MAT E F R I S B E E VO L L E Y BA L L W AT E R P O L O W AT E R S K I A N D W A K E B OA R D
If you’re seriously talented, our varsity teams play in the BIG EAST CONFERENCE and offer partial and full scholarships. If you’re just seriously competitive, try our intramurals and club sports.
NATIONAL MARQUETTE DAY Cheer, boast and celebrate with students and alumni around the world on this holiday because “this is our day.”
Valley Fields is a 13.5-acre recreation area just south of our campus. It’s where you’ll want to be if you’re a fan of Golden Eagles soccer and lacrosse (since that’s where our NCAA men’s and women’s teams play).You can also take your turn on the field if you play intramurals or club sports. 41 MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
THERE’S A LOT YOU CAN DO HERE IN 24 HOURS —
AND THIS IS ONLY HALF OF IT.
SLEEP? You can do that when you graduate.
6:30 p.m. SUNSET
A RUN BEFORE DINNER
NETWORKING EVENT AT THE 707 HUB
7:00 p.m. DINNER AT COBEEN DINING HALL
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BOWLING AT THE ANNEX
CAFE ON THE BRIDGE IN RAYNOR LIBRARIES
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION NETWORKING
MUWIRE TV SHOW ON AIR
TUESDAY NIGHT MASS
TALENT SHOW AT THE VARSITY THEATRE
LATE NIGHT DINING AT REAL CHILI
CREW PRACTICE AT SUNRISE ON MILWAUKEE RIVER
YOU’LL WANT TO STAY —
FOR FOUR YEARS. Marquette’s a special place. We hope that you’ll see what we mean and start picturing yourself making a life here. While on your tour, be sure to ask your tour guide a lot of questions. They’ll be sharing lots of personal Marquette experiences, but they’d love to tailor your tour to the things that most interest you. If you have additional questions that aren’t answered as part of your scheduled visit, an admissions counselor would be delighted to fill in the gaps.
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Marquette is the best of both worlds: an amazing residential campus experience with all the benefits of a major metropolitan area. Take some time to explore Milwaukee if you can, even if it’s just a quick drive through downtown. We love our city, and we’re eager to share it, so go ahead and ask us what to see and what to do.
We begin reviewing applications in September and send decisions out two to three weeks after the application is complete. Our recommended deadline is DECEMBER 1. Applying by this date will guarantee you a decision by the end of the year and the chance to be fully informed about special scholarships and spring visits.
WHAT TO SUBMIT In addition to your completed application, we’ll need your official high school transcript. Students have the choice to apply with or without an AC T or SAT. Learn more about Marquette’s test-optional policy along with a full academic profile at marquette.edu/explore.
PERSONAL REVIEW PROCESS When your application is reviewed, someone is actually reading it carefully. The work that you put in is noticed, so take the time to do it well. Your transcript is considered holistically. We look at the rigor of your curriculum, the trends in your grades, and any supplemental information you provide to give context. List your activities and describe them. We’re very active here at Marquette, and we value how active you’ve been as well.
SCHOLARSHIPS Explore scholarship opportunities at marquette.edu/scholarships. Most programs have an application deadline of January 15.
FINANCIAL AID Starting in October, you will be able to file the FAFSA online at fafsa.ed.gov. You should apply by FEBRUARY 1. Financial aid packages can be available as early as mid-November if you file early enough.
VISIT If you’re looking for something beyond the standard campus tour, we’ve got you covered. Try a shadow visit or department visit, attend a large open house or drop by a smaller, more focused event. Some events are focused on academics, while others highlight the social elements of the student experience. We also like to travel, so you’ll find us hosting receptions, presentations and individual meetings all over the country. Find a listing of all our on- and off-campus events at marquette.edu/explore.
CONTACT US If at any time you have questions throughout this process, feel free to reach out to us. We’re here to help!
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