A Culture of Inclusion Dashboards

Creating a culture of inclusion is one of the central themes of Marquette's Strategic Plan.

Bias Incident Reporting

A bias incident is any discriminatory or hurtful act that appears to be motivated or is perceived by the victim or victims to be motivated by race, ethnicity, religion, age, national origin, sex, disability, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, veteran or socioeconomic status. To be considered a bias incident, the act is not required to be a crime under any federal, state or local statutes.


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Diverse Cultures

The University Core of Common Studies is the intellectual heart of a Marquette education, built on our Jesuit tradition and designed for successful life in the 21st century. The core comprises nine knowledge areas essential to a well-educated person, including Diverse Cultures.

See the list of courses approved to meet the diverse cultures requirement.

Ethnic Alumni Association (EAA)

The Ethnic Alumni Association provides a professional and personal network for Marquette students and alumni of color.

Join the EAA group on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Graduate School Diversity Fellowship

The Graduate School has established a limited number of Diversity Fellowships to assist qualified graduate students to attend Marquette. These are merit-based fellowships and are designed to recruit and support students who, through their very presence on campus and their participation in academic and campus life, will enrich the experiences of all faculty, staff and students.


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Raynor Memorial Libraries resources

The Marquette University Libraries support the teaching and research efforts of Marquette University as it aspires to be recognized as one of the most innovative and accomplished Catholic, Jesuit universities in the world. This support is expressed, in part, through the identification, selection, management and preservation of collections and other information resources. Marquette's collections are by nature broad and diverse as they attempt to support the students, faculty and staff in an array of programs at undergraduate, graduate and advanced research levels.

Resources for LGBTQQA students, Division of Student Affairs

Marquette is committed to supporting students who identify as LGBTQQ and allies as well as educating the campus community about LGBTQQ issues/concerns.

Sexual Misconduct

Marquette University prohibits all forms of sexual violence, coercion, intimidation and harassment. We strive to provide an educational environment that preserves the safety and dignity of each member of our community.

Study Abroad

The Office of International Education works to promote the internationalization of Marquette University by recruiting and advising international students and scholars, developing vibrant partnerships with international institutions, providing innovative study abroad opportunities, and offering dynamic instruction in academic English language skills.

Undocumented Students

Visit the Diversity and Inclusion webpage to find resources for undocumented students.

Students on campus in winter

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Diversity Advisory Committee

University Academic Senate - Committee on Diversity and Equity