September 2019



Move in family

Featured Stories

Marquette ranked in top 10 nationally for job placement

Growing with an empty nest – an Ignatian reflection from one parent to another

Encourage your student to download MUPD's safety app

University adopts test-optional policy starting with fall 2020 class

Barnes & Noble College to manage campus bookstore operations

Burke Foundation commits $7 million to Marquette to extend two service-driven scholarship programs

Jesuit family values by Alyssa Duetsch (Comm, '20)
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Find more news and events on Marquette Today and

Talk with your student

Transitioning back into to the academic year
This is a time of transition not only for students but for parents and families too. As students adjust to life on campus, it is also important that they navigate their living arrangements and bills.

Family Weekend
Registration is now live for Family Weekend! This is a great time to be on campus with your student or send them a message of support.

Read more on the Families site.

Connect with Marquette

In addition to this Family e-newsletter, there are several ways for families to stay connected with Marquette and learn what's happening on campus:

Official Marquette University Parents Group – A Facebook group to ask questions and join discussions with other parents and Marquette staff.

Twitter – Check out what is happening at Marquette – in 280 characters or less.

Marquette Today – A one-stop internal communication destination for faculty, staff and students.

University News Center – News releases about major speakers, events and awards are posted and archived in the News Center.

Marquette Magazine – Offers profiles and stories that demonstrate the mission and life of the university.


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