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Location, Facilities, and Visiting Campus
David A. Straz, Jr. Hall: Our home on campus
1225 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53233
All of our programs, centers and offices are housed within Straz Hall. The Graduate School of Management and Executive Education classrooms are on the second floor. Straz Hall also houses our classrooms, our Applied Investment Management classroom, a computer lab for business students, and features wireless Internet access throughout. The Business Career Center is located on the second floor. Administrative offices, including the Dean’s office suite, are located on the first floor. The international business program office is located in the Dean’s Suite. The Brownlee International Atrium on the main level provides a comfortable place for students to study and socialize, and coffee and food is available at the Brew Straz Cafe in the Atrium. We look forward to your visit, whether you are a guest speaker, prospective student, returning alumnus, or recruiter.
There are many parking options available for visitors to Straz Hall and the Marquette campus. For more information, download the campus map. On this map, Straz Hall is building #12 and the parking structures are buildings #54 and #67. The phone number for the campus parking office is (414) 288-6911.
Schedule a Campus Visit
Prospective undergraduate students are encouraged to schedule a customized visit through our Office of Undergraduate Admissions. The best way to learn about us is to see our beautiful and inviting campus. Once you establish contact with an admissions counselor, you can also meet with a student, visit with a faculty member or even attend a class. Explore our website or contact us to learn more about about student services such as our Business Career Center, leadership development and service opportunities, and numerous business student organizations.
If you are at the critical crossroads of deciding how to invest in the next phase of your career, we invite you to talk about your career and professional development plans with us. We will answer your questions about our graduate and executive education programs, and help you to make a decision about your next steps. We cordially invite you to visit our Graduate School of Management and attend a class or talk to a student. For more information, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.