Marquette offers a wide variety of merit scholarships that support the university's mission while recognizing student achievement — excellence in and out of the classroom, commitment to community service, and demonstrated leadership.
A scholarship is a form of gift assistance that does not have to be repaid. Marquette and private organizations award scholarships on a competitive basis to students who enroll full time in an eligible college.
Scholarships are one component of a student financial aid package. For optimum financial aid consideration be sure to file the FAFSA (www.fafsa.ed.gov). We STRONGLY recommend completing the FAFSA and submitting it to the federal processor (with income estimates if necessary) by February 15 to make the March 1 priority deadline for consideration of all financial assistance. It is far more important to file early with estimated amounts than to wait to file until your taxes are complete.
Download application files and review scholarship awards below. PLEASE NOTE: The awards listed under the General Scholarships section represent nearly 97 percent of all scholarship funds awarded by Marquette. Ignatius Scholarships and Magis Awards are based on the application for admission.
Application for Scholarship | Application for Club Scholarships
Application for Marquette University High School Scholarships
Pre-Dental Scholars Application | Pre-Law Scholars Application
University Honors Program Application Link
For employee children of Jesuit colleges
For Marquette employees' children
Special scholarship awards
Scholarship opportunities offered to transfer students include:
- Ignatius Scholarships
- Dean's Scholarships
- Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships
- Transfer Scholarships
- ROTC Scholarship Enhancements