How to Enroll

Undergraduate Students

  • Fall incoming/new undergraduates
  • Current Marquette students
  • Returning Marquette students
  • New visiting students
  • Returning visiting students
  • Questions?

Undergraduate StudentIncoming/new undergraduate students

If you have already been admitted as a new freshman or transfer student for the fall or spring term, you may register for classes via CheckMarq at your assigned appointment time, or any time thereafter through the end of late registration. Please contact your academic adviser or college office for assistance.

If you have already been admitted for summer term, you may register for classes via CheckMarq any time. If you were admitted for fall, but now wish to begin in summer, please email your request to the Office of Admissions (admissions@marquette.edu) with your name, date of birth and Marquette University ID number.

If you have not already been admitted, and wish to take a class as a non-degree student, please complete the Non-degree application for admission. Once your application is reviewed, you will receive a letter from the Office of Admissions.

Non-degree application

Marquette HallCurrent Marquette students

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Students on campusReturning Marquette students

If you were previously enrolled at Marquette, and have been away for at least one full semester, excluding summer, please complete the application for readmission.  Upon readmission, you’ll be able to log in to CheckMarq and register for classes at your assigned appointment time, or any time thereafter through the end of late registration.  Note:  To register for the summer term, please contact your academic adviser or college office. 

Fill out the readmission form.


Students on campusNew visiting students who have never attended Marquette

Visiting students are seeking a degree at another academic institution and are taking courses at Marquette to transfer to their home institution or for other academic reasons.

Complete the free Marquette non-degree application. Non-degree applicants only need to submit an application to begin admission review, but Marquette may request academic transcripts of non-degree applicants if needed in order to finalize our review. Admission review takes about two weeks.

Non-degree application

Visting StudentsReturning visiting students

Visiting students are seeking a degree at another academic institution and are taking courses at Marquette to transfer to their home institution or for other academic reasons.

Returning visiting students:

If you attended Marquette as a visiting student for a previous term, complete the Visiting Student Request for Readmission form and submit all required documents listed in the form no later than one week prior to the start of the session in which you wish to enroll.

Consult the academic calendar for the session dates. Once your application has been processed, the Office of the Registrar will contact you.

Visiting readmission

Undergraduate Student questionsQuestions about undergraduate online courses

Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions by emailing (admissions@marquette.edu) with your name and any question(s) you have.


Graduate Students

  • New Marquette graduate students
  • Current Marquette graduate students
  • Visiting graduate students
  • Questions?

Graduate StudentNew Marquette graduate students

If you have never attended graduate school, learn more about how to apply for graduate studies at Marquette.

How to apply

 

 

Marquette HallCurrent Marquette graduate students

Students must be degree-seeking graduate students in good standing.

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Visiting Graduate Students on campusVisiting graduate students

Interuniversity exchange programs
Only graduate students from UWM, MCW, Notre Dame, Loyola Chicago and St. Louis University may take one or more classes at Marquette via the interuniversity exchange program. The application process is simple and your tuition obligation is to your home university.


Three separate programs:
Marquette and UWM Exchange Program  • Application
Marquette and MCW Exchange Program  • Application
Midwest Catholic Schools Consortium   • Application
(Notre Dame, Loyola and St. Louis University)

Students must be degree-seeking graduate students in good standing. If all of those conditions are met, then yes, the financial obligation is to the student’s home institution.


Graduate Student questionsQuestions about graduate online courses

Please contact the Graduate School by emailing (gradadmit@marquette.edu) with your name and any question(s) you have.