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2014–15 residence hall room and board rates

Full-time tuition rates Arts and Sciences Full time (12–18 credit hours) Business Administration Full time (12–18 credit hours) Communication Full time (12–18 credit hours) Education Full time (12–18 credit hours) Engineering Full time (12–18 credit hours) Health Sciences Full time (credit hours may vary) Physician Assistant Studies Program Physical Therapy (doctoral phase)* Nursing Full time (12–18 credit hours)

Per term

Per year

$17,740

$35,480

17,740

35,480

17,740

35,480

17,740

35,480

17,740

35,480

17,740 17,740 19,110

35,480 35,480 38,220

17,740

35,480

Full-time law and dentistry tuition rates Law School Full-time (12–18 credit hours) students who enrolled at Marquette Law School fall 2010 or after $20,520 Full-time (12–18 credit hours) students who enrolled at Marquette Law School before fall 2010 19,050

$22,780 27,110 4,330

Graduate dental students with an academic plan of: Orthodontics Orthodontics Endodontics Prosthodontics

RATE GUIDE 2014–15 Recognizing the university’s responsibility to contain costs, the Marquette Board of Trustees’ tuition increase for the 2014–15 academic year is the lowest increase in the past three years.

(continuing) (incoming)

Per-year tuition $39,750 Summer term $8,280 Fall term $15,735 Spring term $15,735

Room and board Per year

Triple Single Double

$4,875 $6,270 5,535

$9,750 $12,540 11,070

Single Double

$6,215 5,500

$12,430 11,000

4,735

9,470

Room type

Abbottsford Carpenter Cobeen

Triple Quad

* This rate applies to students in years four through six of the program.

Dentistry Full time (12–18 credit hours) In state* Out of state * State subsidy

Room and board Per term

Hall

$41,340 $40,300 $33,275 $8,610 $8,060 $6,655 $16,365 $16,120 $13,310 $16,365 $16,120 $13,310

Master of science in nursing — second degree direct entry for non-nurses $50,000 (see Bulletin for term charges)

$41,040

Mashuda

11,010 $12,540 11,520

Large Double

5,780

11,560

Triple

4,765

9,530

Quad

5,300

10,600

McCabe

Large Double Triple

$5,780 4,875

$11,560 9,750

McCormick

Double Triple

$5,500 4,735

$11,000 9,470

O’Donnell

Single Double

$6,215 5,500

$12,430 11,000

38,100

45,560 54,220 8,660

5,505 $6,270 5,760

Single Standard Double

4,735

9,470

Schroeder

Triple Double Triple

$5,535 4,875

$11,070 9,750

Straz

Double Quad

$5,895 5,300

$11,790 10,600

Anytime Dining

$1,955

$3,910

Meal plan only

All rates in this guide are believed accurate and current when printed. However, Marquette University reserves the right to modify any rate to correct a printing mistake or to respond to any unforeseeable change in circumstances, e.g., energy surcharge or governmental action.

Marquette Central 1250 W. Wisconsin Ave.

Per-credit-hour tuition rates

P.O. Box 1881

Graduate School $1,025 Graduate School of Management/MBA $1,025 Education $765 Health Sciences professional $1,025 Law School Students who enrolled at Marquette Law School fall 2010 or after $1,630 Students who enrolled at Marquette Law School before fall 2010 $1,515 Undergraduate courses Part time (non-part-time studies program) $995 College of Professional Studies $635 Summer school $705

Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881 Telephone: 414.288.4000 Fax: 414.288.4080 marquettecentral@marquette.edu marquette.edu/mucentral Marquette University does not discriminate in any manner contrary to law or justice on the basis of race, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, disability, veteran’s status or national origin in its educational programs or activities, including employment and admissions. At the same time, Marquette cherishes its right and duty to seek and retain personnel who will make a positive contribution to its religious character, goals and mission in order to enhance the Catholic, Jesuit tradition.


We recognize the tremendous investment families make in providing a Marquette education for their children — and the sacrifices this investment requires. To that end, the university makes every effort to contain costs, identify efficiencies and invest wisely. We have significantly increased the amount of financial aid available to students and will increase those funds again this year, and current-use and endowed scholarships remain our top fundraising priority. Additional sources of student financial assistance include grants, student employment and loans. The Office of Student Financial Aid is available to help students access the resources they may need to help close the gap between their personal contribution and the actual cost. The university’s strong credit rating, adequate cash reserves and growing endowment, combined with our conservative fiscal management and the generosity of our benefactors, enable us to continue fulfilling our commitment to provide a quality education to our students, grounded on the principles of academic excellence, faith, leadership and service to others. This rate card includes details of 2014–15 tuition, room and board, and fee charges for Marquette students.

Marquette University payment policy The staff in Marquette Central is dedicated to providing service to our students and families in a professional and friendly manner while following the policies and procedures set forth by the university. The office provides accurate and timely information about each student’s bursar account while encouraging our students to be active participants in managing their account. The final step to complete a student’s registration is payment in full of all fees for the term. Marquette sends a monthly electronic billing statement to each student while the student has an account balance. A student may view his/her e-bill via CheckMarq. Payment due dates are available at marquette.edu/ mucentral. It is the student’s responsibility to pay tuition, fees and housing by the published due date whether he/she receives a bill or not. Students who do not plan to attend the university are responsible for dropping classes through CheckMarq and notifying their respective college office. Students who do not pay in full by the due date, enroll in the Marquette Monthly Payment plan or submit a billing authorization from an approved sponsor will have a registration block, transcript block and diploma block placed on their accounts. There will be a $100 fee for the removal of the block. Failure to pay any balance when due may result in the cancelation of a student’s registration for the current academic term, referral of the account to a collection agency, legal action to collect any balance due or any combination thereof. If the university must take legal action to collect any unpaid balance, the student will be responsible for all fees and costs incurred by the university to collect the unpaid balance.

Marquette University payment options

2014–15 schedule of fees

Traditional semester payment

The following information may be helpful in determining expenses for the upcoming academic year. Full-time undergraduate students are assessed a $150 Student Health Service fee, a $30 student activity fee (for Marquette University Student Government) and $45 for the UPASS program, in addition to full-time tuition, per semester. An additional $185 per credit hour will be assessed for students taking more than 18 credit hours (19 for engineering and business).

• Cash and checks are acceptable methods of payment. • Electronic payments (direct debit from checking or savings account) may be made by accessing the link on the Marquette Central website at marquette.edu/mucentral. • Credit card payment is available through a third-party provider. The convenience fee for using this service is variable depending on the amount of the charge. This service may be accessed through the link on our website at marquette.edu/mucentral or by calling 866.893.4518.

Marquette Monthly Payment Plan Marquette offers the Marquette Monthly Payment Plan, administered by Tuition Management Systems, which enables students and their families to budget all of their semester tuition, room and board, and student fees in five equal monthly installments. The MMPP is intended to cover the costs of fall (August–December) and spring (January–May) semesters. The MMPP is not a loan; there are no interest or finance charges. The only cost is a $35-per-semester enrollment fee. The fall semester program begins Aug. 5, 2014. All payments are due on the fifth of each month. For more information, please access the Payment Plan link on the Marquette Central website at marquette.edu/mucentral. If you have questions or need assistance with enrollment, please contact Tuition Management Systems at 888.267.3053.

Payment by a university-approved third-party sponsor Students whose tuition is paid by a university-approved third-party sponsor (ROTC, foreign embassies, directly billed companies) must submit their billing authorization by the payment due date.

2014–15 billing and payment timetable Billing statements Students who register by July 31, 2014, for the fall term will receive an electronic billing statement detailing tuition, room and board, fees, and other charges, authorized financial aid, and the amount due by Aug. 19, 2014. Students registering after July 31, 2014, will receive an electronic billing statement in September. Students who register by Dec. 5, 2014, for the spring term will receive an electronic billing statement detailing tuition, room and board, fees, and other charges, authorized financial aid, and the amount due by Jan. 6, 2015. Students registering after Dec. 5, 2014, will receive an electronic billing statement in January.

2014–15 room and board fees The rates on the back panel reflect the housing and meal plan rates for Marquette’s nine residence halls. The meal plan is included in the listed costs. Each residence hall offers distinctive features and amenities. Seven of the halls are coed. Cobeen is the university’s only all-female residence hall, and O’Donnell is all male. Several halls have floors designated for students in a particular college or program. McCormick also features CommUNITY, a cross-cultural residential learning environment, and Straz Tower houses the Dorothy Day Social Justice Living Learning Community. The university again this year is offering the Anytime Dining Plan. Students are able to eat when they want, as much as they want, as many times as they want in the three traditional dining halls — Cobeen, McCormick and Straz Tower. They are also be able to eat meals at any of the 14 destination dining locations on campus — Schroeder Hall’s Café Italiano; the 1950s-style diner in Mashuda Hall; six food vendors within Marquette Place in the Alumni Memorial Union; the Natural Market in the union; and five Brew Cafés on campus. At the destination dining locations, students can swipe their meal card once during each meal period: breakfast (7:15 a.m. – 11 a.m.), lunch (11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) or dinner (4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.). McCormick’s dining hall remains open for late-night eating until midnight. The Anytime Meal Plan also includes 15 guest passes and $50 for use in on-campus dining locations. Students living in university-owned apartments or off campus may also purchase a meal plan. Any student can purchase Marquette CASH to use the MarquetteCard to dine on campus or at a number of off-campus retail locations. For more detailed information about Marquette’s residence halls, campus apartments and the Anytime Meal Plan, go to marquette.edu/orl.


2014-15 Tuition, housing fees and rate guide