An intensive, on-campus, four-day summer session to begin socialization and readiness for college; it focuses on note-taking, study skills, test-taking strategies, giving presentations, professional writing, using university resources, applying for scholarships and accessing faculty assistance
Sessions include alternating structured and non-structured sessions and presentations from faculty, students, university leaders, support services, community health partners and other community leaders; non-structured sessions include pizza nights where students can ask questions, request discussion topics and conduct study groups
Free tutoring from the Office of Student Educational Services
The opportunity to be assigned a mentor for a student's BSN education; mentors are Marquette faculty and professional nurses from the community, health care system. Contact Jennifer Ohlendorf, Retention Specialist 414-288-4676.
NCLEX review sessions offered to participants in the BSN Student Leadership program
Assistance with employment opportunities through externs at Aurora Health Care and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Assistance for students from underrepresented, minority and/or disadvantaged background who are eligible to apply and given additional help.