Students will receive notice of e-bill availability via their eMarq e-mail account the week of July 7 for their fall semester tuition, housing/meals and other fees. For fall semester, students will receive both the e-bill (whether there is a balance or not) and a printed bill via the postal service. Students will receive only the e-bill beginning for spring semester.
The e-mail will link to CheckMarq, and students can view their billing statement online at any time. Students still have the option of paying online, in person or through the postal service.
Students can also create guest accounts on CheckMarq to provide access for parents, guardians and others to view their grades, bursar account and financial aid information. Students may share the login information for their guest account with anyone they choose. Students control the access and the password and can change them at any time. Log in to CheckMarq to set up guest access.
The Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology, College of Education, will change its name to The Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology effective July 1.
According to Dr. Bill Henk, dean, the name change is intended to be more reflective of the foci of the department and the programs offered within the department. “The school counseling and community counseling programs remain as mainstays in the department,” said Dr. Todd Campbell, department chair and associate professor. “Our APA-accredited doctoral program in counseling psychology is the other mainstay and this program continues to grow and enhance its reputation. The educational psychology programs are no longer being offered.”
Marquette University is one of 44 schools selected to be in the 2010 edition of the Fiske Guide to Colleges as a “Best Buy School.” According to the Fiske guide, these institutions are based on the quality of academic offerings in relation to the cost of attendance. “Fiske researchers combined the cost data with academic and other lifestyle information about each college and university to determine what institutions offer really remarkable educational opportunities at a relatively modest cost,” a company statement said.
The National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators recently honored Marquette University's Athletics Department for its efforts in marketing, promotions and sales.
Marquette’s SelloutUCONN.com, a viral marketing campaign that sold more than 1,000 tickets in a five-day period, received a gold honor, as did the Marquette Madness poster and, in the sponsorship program category, the JobNoggin BigNoggins (the popular over-sized celebrity heads in the Marquette student section). Marquette was also awarded a silver honor for its men’s basketball ticket sales e-brochure.
Marquette and Notre Dame led the BIG EAST with four awards for their respective schools. Since the inception of the NACMA awards in 2003, Marquette has been recognized 14 times by the association, which is tied for fourth in the awards division.
The sidewalk on the west side of 12th Street adjacent to Zilber Hall will be closed until Monday, July 6, for reconstruction. The sidewalk along the east side of 13th Street adjacent to Zilber Hall will be closed until Monday, July 13, for reconstruction. Sidewalks on the opposite side of these streets will remain open as well as the sidewalk on north side of Wisconsin Avenue adjacent to Zilber hall.
Rev. Karl Voelker, S.J., will be installed as pastor at Gesu Parish at the 9 a.m. Mass on Sunday, July 12, with welcoming opportunities after the Saturday, July 11, Mass at 4:30 p.m. and the 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Masses on Sunday. Father Voelker will become Gesu’s new pastor effective July 1.
Father Voelker, most recently of Mankato, Minn., is a native of Milwaukee and a graduate of Marquette High School. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1959. His theological studies were from 1969-1972 at Regis College, Willowdale, Ontario, Canada.
Father Voelker replaces Rev. Peter Etzel, S.J., who has served as Gesu’s pastor since 2002. Father Etzel will take a one-year sabbatical, much of it doing pastoral work among the native people at the Jesuit apostolate on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.