Marquette was founded in 1540 by St. Ignatius Loyola. The university is named after Rev. Jacques Marquette, S.J. (1637-75), a French missionary and explorer in North America.
The university supports research through several programs: three-year Way Klingler fellowships, sabbaticals for junior faculty and the Lawrence G. Haggerty Faculty Award for Research Excellence.
Career counselors, advisors and interns are available to assist students and alumni with a variety of career-related topics such as:
The staff in the Office of Student Development serve as educators, advisers, program planners and event coordinators, who are available to help you make the most of your college experience.
Special requests for housing based on health, medical or mobility issues will be reviewed by the Office of Residence Life (ORL) and based upon the type of request and the spaces available, ORL will work to meet the documented need for housing accommodations within the residence halls.
All professional librarians and archivists at Raynor Memorial Libraries belong to the Academic Librarians Assembly. The Assembly exists outside of the administrative structure of the Libraries, serving as an advisory body to the Dean of Libraries. It provides an open forum for librarians and archivists to discuss matters relating to the Libraries and the University.
IT Services delivers technology leadership and quality services proactively driving Marquette University to fulfill its mission of excellence, faith, leadership, and service.
Marquette University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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