Marquette’s Catholic, Jesuit faith and our mission call us to be the difference for members of our community when they are in need. All of us at Marquette commit to supporting the members of the Cardinal Stritch community who are facing uncertainty following the news of the University’s planned closure at the conclusion of the spring semester.

Virtual information session for graduate students

Marquette University Graduate School and Graduate School of Management invite you to register for a virtual program information session on Tuesday, April 25th. More details below about specific programs:

Health Systems Leadership – Tuesday, April 25 at 12:00 p.m.
Educational Leadership Master's in Education – Tuesday, April 25 at 4:30 p.m.
MBA and Master in Management – Tuesday, April 25 at 5:00 p.m.
Educational Policy & Leadership Ph.D. – Tuesday, April 25 at 6:00 p.m.


Undergraduate students

Find more information about transferring to Marquette as an undergraduate student or email us:

Learn how Cardinal Stritch undergraduate classes transfer to Marquette by visiting our Transferology site.

Graduate students

We encourage graduate students considering Marquette to connect with an admissions counselor or email for more support:


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A note about our academic policies
for undergraduates

The Marquette residency requirements outlining the number of courses or credits students must earn at MU to be awarded a degree will be waived for Cardinal Stritch students who transfer no later than Spring 2024 semester.

Course requirements for the Marquette Core Curriculum will be waived for Cardinal Stritch students who have completed the Limitless Curriculum and transfer to Marquette no later than Spring 2024 semester.


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Financial aid and Scholarships for transferring Cardinal Stritch undergraduate students

We are committed to making a Marquette undergraduate education as affordable as possible for Cardinal Stritch University students transferring to Marquette. Additional financial aid dollars have been set aside to make your Marquette net price as close to your current Cardinal Stritch undergraduate net price as possible.* Further, we will waive the second year living requirement should you chose to commute to Marquette.

(*Marquette requires you to be in good academic standing at Cardinal Stritch and take a full-time course of study at Marquette. Students on Cardinal Stritch athletic scholarships may find the cost is higher because Marquette is not providing athletic scholarships.)

Next Steps:

Submit your completed undergraduate application, transcripts, and a copy of your 2022-23 Cardinal Stritch financial aid award letter by May 1, 2023. 

Add Marquette to your 2023-24 FAFSA. Our code is 003863.

Financial aid packages will be sent the week of May 15, 2023.

Financial aid for graduate programs will vary by program.


You're welcome to visit

Visit us any day of the week. To schedule your visit, contact the admissions office for the program you’re interested in.

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Open houses

Learn even more about the admissions process and what it’s like to be part of Marquette, and get all your other questions answered at one of our open house events. Check our schedule to find a session that works for you.

Information sessions

Go deep on a specific program or department at an information session. Check the schedule for online and offline sessions.

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There’s a good chance we’ll be in your area soon. Check our schedule.



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