Graduate students are warmly invited to be part of any and all of Campus Ministry’s offerings. Some opportunities are particularly well-suited for graduate student needs; a list of these opportunities follows below.
While graduate students are increasingly involved in all Campus Ministry retreats, the following retreats have particularly strong graduate attendance:
- Holy Hill Road Trip
- A grad-only visit to Holy Hill organized by a group of grad student leaders.
- Silent Weekend
- A silent retreat organized around a series of talks on Ignatian Spirituality, taking place directly following finals week in December.
- Ignatian Journey Retreat
- Fully online 5-day retreat in early January organized around moments in St. Ignatius' life and including daily spiritual direction
- Silent Directed Retreat
- 5-day retreat offered the week before second semester
- Lenten Retreat in Daily Life
- 6-week, on-campus retreat focused on daily prayer and weekly spiritual direction
To receive updates via email about upcoming retreats for graduate students, fill out this short form. For more information, please contact Mary Sue Callan-Farley, Director of Campus Ministry.
Camino Small Groups
These small faith groups, based on the model of Christian Life Communities (CLCs), meet weekly and provide an opportunity to live “magis” in community with others. To join a group (including one comprised entirely of graduate students), contact Steve Blaha, Assistant Director of Campus Ministry.
A rich sacramental life is one element of the dynamic faith environment on campus. Campus Ministry offers preparation and opportunities for students interested in experiencing the risen Lord through one of the sacraments.
Meet with a spiritual director campus minister to talk about your journey with God, what’s going on in your life, or to explore what God might be calling you to in life. All members of the campus ministry staff are available for these conversations, or you can be matched with another director on campus. If you’d like to pursue spiritual direction, contact Mary Sue Callan-Farley, Director of Campus Ministry.
Graduate students with prior ministerial experience or involvement in campus ministry are invited to apply to become one of Marquette’s Hall Ministers. Hall Ministers live in one of MU’s residence halls and work 10 hours per week building faith and community in the hall. Compensation is in the form of room, board, and parking. For more information, contact Mary Sue Callan-Farley, Director of Campus Ministry, or watch the MU jobs site each spring. New positions are typically posted in March/April.