At Marquette University, Cru exists as a body of students who are interested in a real relationship with a real God. We are a caring community passionate about connecting people with Jesus Christ. Our goal is to help build movements on campus where students and faculty experience the Gospel in its fullness, and are equipped to impact the world for Christ.
What is Cru about?
We’re an on-campus movement working to make sure everyone has the opportunity to meet someone who truly knows and follows Christ. The biggest question: Who is God and how does He impact my life? We’re here to help you answer that question. We offer many opportunities to get involved, including Bible studies, retreats, conferences, social events, and summer missions venues both in the U.S. and abroad. So whether you want to explore the claims of Jesus Christ, further develop your relationship with Him, or help start or lead a movement on campus, Cru is here for you. Please feel free to explore our website and let us know how we might best serve you!
During the school year, students meet weekly to worship a great God, connect with real people, and learn from relevant messages. Join us every Tuesday at 8:00 pm in the AMU for our weekly meeting. Consult our Facebook page for weekly information.
Looking for a smaller group of people to connect with? Small groups are easily one of the most important things we do on campus. They provide an opportunity to get to know other people, experience real community, and talk about how the Bible relates to your life. In the fall 2016 we studied through the Book of Daniel. This spring 2017 we are looking at the Core DNA of a Disciple. Please contact Carley for a women’s study group or Clayton for a men’s study group.
Please visit our Facebook Page for current information, social events, conference attendance, and service projects.
See Cru for general information.