The university’s Undergraduate, Health Science Professional and Law School bulletins are accessible online at bulletin.marquette.edu beginning today, May 31, for the 2011-12 academic year. The new site is searchable, more up-to-date, easier to use and more cost-effective. Users are also invited to provide feedback and identify concerns regarding the site through a form at the bottom of each page.
As a result of the new bulletin software application — with the ability to access degree requirements, course and policy information online — the printed bulletins will no longer be produced.
The new site is the most up-to-date source of course information and policy changes for all students. Since students’ graduation requirements are set by the standards that were in place when they first enrolled, undergraduate sophomores, juniors and seniors should use Academic Advisement to track their progress and requirements. They can also consult their printed bulletin (or online PDF).
The Graduate School, Graduate School of Management and School of Dentistry bulletins will go online in July.
For more information, contact the Help Desk at 8-7799.
All students are strongly encouraged to update their personal contact information via CheckMarq. The university needs an updated address and telephone number (preferably a mobile number) for each student. This information is used by university staff to contact students in emergencies and for vital university business.
Students should log on to CheckMarq, scroll to the “Personal Information” section and update their information by Saturday, June 18, and continue to do so whenever there is a change of address or phone number.
Summer basketball camps will be held June 20-24, June 27-July 1 and July 25-29 for boys ages 5-17. The camps will run from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Al McGuire Center. Activities will focus on individual skill development, league games, camp contests and team play. Cost is $250 per session. Space is limited.
The Rec Plex is offering a Learn to Swim Program, sponsored by the American Red Cross, for children and adults from June 6 through June 29. The program is segmented into six levels, in addition to the Tiny Tots/Wee Folks program. Classes are held Monday and Wednesday evenings. Cost is $35 for members and $41 for non-members.
Register in person at the Rec Plex.
Call John Kratzer, general manager of the Rec Plex, at 8-7778 for more information.