Engineering class

CIVIL, CONSTRUCTION & ENVIRONMENTAL

 

Student Organizations

For a complete guide to all student organizations at Marquette, check out the university student organizations or engineering student organizations list.

 

Professional Organizations and Societies

Engineering Societies — General

Construction Engineering and Management (CEMA)

Environmental Engineering (ENEN)

Structural Engineering and Structural Mechanics (SESM)

Transportation Engineering and Materials (TEAM)

 

 

Career Services Center

The Career Services Center assists students seeking internships, graduating seniors looking for entry-level positions and alumni looking for new or different career positions.

College Co-operative Education Program

Cooperative education (co-op) is a program combining academic study and practical work experience — a learning and training partnership between Marquette, employer and student — beneficial to all participants. Co-op provides students with hands-on, career-related work experience and the opportunity to develop professionally and academically.

Office of Student Educational Services

The Office of Student Educational Services helps students with their academic programs. Tutoring services are provided free of charge on a drop-in or group-session basis in a variety of subjects. Other services include workshops on time management, test taking and study skills and disability support services.

Student Employment

Marquette's Student Employment Service in the Office of Student Financial Aid helps students seeking part-time employment on and off campus. All Marquette students are welcome to use the Student Employment Service.

Marquette Central

Marquette Central is the primary source of information for class schedules, calendars, grades and registration; financial aid, scholarships, student assistance and employment; tuition, housing fees, billing and payment.

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. Visit their Study Abroad site to learn about opportunities for engineers in other countries.


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Contact us

College of Engineering
1515 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53233

Dean's office: (414) 288-6591
Prospective students: (414) 288-7302
Academic Advising Center: (414) 288-6000
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