Marquette students must complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year to be considered for assistance. The Office of Student Financial Aid recommends having the FAFSA filed and submitted no later than Saturday, Feb. 15, so it is processed and sent to Marquette by the March 1 Priority Deadline.
The student and one parent will need their own federal PIN numbers to electronically sign the FAFSA, which is completed and submitted online. Students can apply for a federal PIN or request a duplicate PIN online.
If the FAFSA is received by Marquette after the March 1 Priority Deadline, financial aid could be reduced or eliminated due to limited funding. Any required documents must also be submitted to Marquette Central within 30 days of the student's initial request for missing documents. Missing documents are listed in students' "To Do Lists" in CheckMarq. Questions can be directed to Marquette Central at (414) 288-4000.
Students can access CheckMarq to find the most up-to-date spring 2014 course classroom assignments, and should contact the department offering the course if they are unable to locate where a course is meeting.
Marquette Theatre will present The Quiltmaker's Gift, a musical story of a greedy king and a mysterious old woman who refuses to give him a quilt, which starts the king on a journey of self discovery. The performances will run:
Tickets are available for purchase online or by calling the Helfaer Theatre at (414) 288-7504.
Raynor Memorial Libraries and the Office of the Associate Provost for Diversity and Inclusion will host two events to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr., on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
A panel discussion moderated by Dr. William Welburn, associate provost for diversity and inclusion, "A Dream Deferred: The Legacy of the March on Washington (50 Years Later)," will take place Tuesday, Jan. 21, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 pm. in Raynor Memorial Libraries' Beaumier Suites B/C. Dr. Heather Hathaway, associate professor of English and director of graduate studies; Rev. Bryan Massingale, professor of theology and associate director of undergraduate studies; Dr. Andrew Kahrl, assistant professor of history; and Dr. Grant Silva, assistant professor of philosophy, will serve as panelists.
Dr. William P. Jones, professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will present "The Forgotten History of the March on Washington," Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 6 p.m. in Raynor Memorial Libraries' Beaumier Suites B/C. Jones is the author of The March on Washington: Jobs, Freedom, and the Forgotten History of Civil Rights.
RSVP to Emily Zegers, assistant librarian, at (414) 288-7068, by Tuesday, Jan. 14.
News Briefs will resume its twice-weekly publication schedule beginning next week. Thursday, Jan. 16, will be the first Thursday edition of the spring semester.
New Briefs will be published Tuesday, Jan. 21, instead of Monday, Jan. 20, due to the university's observance of Martin Luther King, Jr., Day.
The submission deadlines are noon Friday for Monday editions and noon Wednesday for Thursday editions.