The class typically meets two times each month on Monday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sessions begin in September and run through early May. In addition to class sessions, participants may have some additional meetings with their project group. The average amount of time spent working on group projects outside of class is 20 hours over 9 months. Participants also have the option of two one-on-one leadership coaching sessions with the program instructor - each sessions is approximately 1.5 hours.
Participants should not plan to miss any sessions. However, life happens and consideration will be made for absences that cannot be helped. Please notify the executive director as soon as possible. Remember: As leaders, when you commit to the program up front, you commit not only to yourself, but to your fellow students, group members and leaders of the program.
Snacks and beverages may be available at some of the sessions, but they are NOT a standard part of the program. Participants are encouraged to eat before they arrive or bring something with them to the session.
Graduation means that you have participated in the program, challenged yourself, and taken every opportunity to learn about the community and grow as a leader. Regular attendance is required in order to receive a certificate of completion.
The cost is $2,100 for the entire nine-month program.
There are typically three ways participants pay for the program: Organization sponsorship, individually funded and financial assistance.
The Future Milwaukee program offers a limited number of scholarships to qualified applicants for up to one-half of the total cost of tuition. The scholarship deadline is July 15. To be considered for a Future Milwaukee scholarship, please submit your resume and responses to the three questions listed on the Financial Assistance web page.
Decisions regarding financial assistance will be finalized in early August. Candidates will be notified by August 15 regarding their status.
Invoices will be generated for full tuition ($2,100) minus any scholarships, applicable discounts, and/or bursar payments and emailed to you following your acceptance. If you notice an error on your invoice, please contact: Taylor Rose Pamperin, Administrative Assistant, Marquette University College of Professional Studies, at 414-288-3407 or TaylorRose.Pamperin@marquette.edu.
Payment in full is due by October 7. We accept MasterCard and Visa credit cards as well as checks. Please make checks payable to Marquette University. We also accept purchase orders from businesses. The purchase order on company letterhead must be received prior to the start of the program. Purchase orders can be faxed to 414-288-3298, Attn: Taylor Pamperin.
If your company doesn't use purchase orders and is going to pay your tuition, please have an authorized company representative fax a letter on company letterhead stating the company agrees to pay the tuition. If the company agrees to pay a portion of the tuition, please note that in the letter as well. Students are responsible for paying all tuition charges that their company will not cover by the due date.
Yes. Receipts are generated and sent to you after your payment has been processed.
Students who do not pay the amount on time will be dropped from the program. We don't want to lose you as a student, but unfortunately we are not a lending institution and cannot make exceptions.
Contact Lori Kazaks, Recruitment Coordinator, at 414-288-7118 or firstname.lastname@example.org