EXPLORE MARQUETTE DURING REUNION + HOMECOMING
Saturday, Oct. 5, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Spaces and places may have changed, but the Marquette spirit you remember is stronger than ever. Grab your Explore Marquette passport (included in your Reunion + Homecoming registration packet) and explore the centers and innovative spots that define Marquette’s campus today.
Get at least three stamps on your Explore Marquette passport and turn it in at the Block Party by 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 5, to be entered for a chance to win a free Marquette swag bag full of fun prizes! Must have Explore Marquette passport present to redeem stamps. Winners will be announced at the Block Party at 3 p.m.
Click on the Marquette logos on the map below to get more information about each campus spot open for your explorations!
REGISTER ONLINE TODAY FOR ALL REUNION + HOMECOMING EVENTS.
- 707 Hub and Henke Terrace,
1102 W. Wisconsin Ave., First Floor
The 707 Hub is Marquette’s innovation space open to the entire campus. It is where ideas are shared, stretched, challenged and realized. Part of the Office of Research and Innovation, the 707 Hub is a space designed to foster collaboration and innovation. Because anyone can be innovative, the 707 Hub is open to all students, and we encourage a cross-disciplinary approach to solving problems.
- Athletic and Human Performance Research Center, 733 N. 12th St.
The AHPRC is a dedicated research space in which Marquette faculty and partners from the health care industry can collaborate on new research and cutting-edge innovation in the areas of elite athletic performance, human performance, rehabilitation, fitness data analytics, and other related disciplines.
- 5,400 square feet of dedicated research space for faculty across a wide variety of academic disciplines.
- Locker rooms and support space for the lacrosse programs and golf team.
- Additional strength and conditioning spaces for the athletic department and a centralized core of laboratories for conducting human performance research.
- Center for the Advancement of the Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences, Sensenbrenner Hall, Lower Level
Since 2018, the center has sought to enhance and promote the humanistic enterprise that is central to a Jesuit university. Meet Dr. James South, director of the center, as well as current graduate students to learn about the fascinating developments coming from the center.
- Bernice Shanke Greiveldinger Creative Content Level and the Jeannie Hayes Green Screen room/virtual studio in the Diederich College of Communication, Johnston Hall, 1131 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Johnston Hall is the original university building (that’s old!), but inside, the college delivers cutting-edge 21st century education to tomorrow’s communication professionals and stage artists. Interact with students and faculty while exploring some of the latest updates, including the state-of-the-art student media and television production facilities, which boast an exclusive virtual set technology and robotic camera system in the college’s new green-screen studio.
- Educational Opportunity Program,
Coughlin Hall, Coughlin Hall, 3rd floor, 1303 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Check out the new home of the EOP! Meet the staff and current students.
- Hartman Literacy and Learning Center in the College of Education, Schroeder Complex, 560 N. 16th St.
The Hartman Literacy and Learning Center is a teaching, research and service site housed within the College of Education designed to improve the quality of literacy instruction provided by teachers and the literacy acquisition of urban children.
- LGBTQ+ Resource Center, Alumni Memorial Union, Room 140, 1442 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Stop by and say ‘hi’ to the center staff, students and LGBTQ+ Alumni Council – all are welcome!
- Neuro Recovery Clinic, Cramer Hall Room 104, 604 N. 16th St.
Visit the full-service outpatient clinic offering physical, occupational and speech therapy; intensive therapy programs; and fitness and wellness services to optimize movement and health in individuals with neurologic conditions. Come see the space and state-of-the art equipment, meet our expert clinicians, and learn more about our services.
- Opus College of Engineering,
Engineering Hall, 1637 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Stop by and see the exciting things happening in the Opus College of Engineering. Take a self-guided tour or meet up with one of Marquette’s outstanding engineering students and learn about the impact Marquette’s world-class engineering program is having globally.
- Physician Assistant Studies Building, northwest corner of West Clybourn Street and North 17th St.
Explore Marquette’s new, 44,000 square foot Physician’s Assistant building. Tour the space while guided by students in Marquette’s nationally ranked PA program. This building will help address a growing provider gap in primary care and puts the PA program closer to Schroeder Complex, which houses the College of Health Sciences’ other programs, as well as the university’s planned BioDiscovery District.
- Residence Halls
Relive your days as a Marquette student by visiting residence hall showrooms:
- Wells Street Hall and Eckstein Tower in The Commons
- Carpenter Hall
- Cobeen Hall
- Humphrey Hall
- Mashuda Hall
- O’Donnell Hall
- Schroeder Hall
- Straz Tower