academic forms & Advising Resources

The University’s Advising Philosophy (from 2012–13 Undergraduate Bulletin)

Advising fosters intellectual, moral and personal growth in students. It is informed by the teachings of Ignatius Loyola, who advocated that Jesuit schools should educate students who will lead and be a leaven for good. This requires that students obtain both a firm base of knowledge and a strong sense of personal responsibility. Thus, Marquette seeks to educate on both the intellectual and moral level. The mark of academic success is the ability of students to function as well-educated, responsible members of society. View full document.

Forms specific to the College of Health Sciences

Note: Please visit the Marquette Central website for all other University academic forms