Intervarsity Christian Fellowship



Welcome to InterVarsity at Marquette! InterVarsity (IV) is a multiethnic, inter-denominational Christian fellowship on campus led by students. Our vision is to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed. 

What do we do?

Part of our mission is to help students grow as followers of Jesus and equip them to help their friends and peers to do the same. We believe that community is essential to our faith and we're committed to supporting one another through our time in college and beyond. Here are a couple examples of what this looks like:

  • Freshmen group: Freshmen group meets weekly on Fridays, and this is a space where you can connect with other freshmen, learn about what InterVarsity is all about, and be equipped to live out your faith in college.
  • Social activities: It's more important than ever to have connecting points with other people in this season of social distancing. This semester, we have virtual game nights, movie nights, and other social gatherings planned.
  • Small group Bible studies: We have several student-led small group Bible studies, where we observe what the Bible is saying, ask questions to learn what it means, and discover how it applies to our lives today.

Follow us on Instagram @marquette.intervarsity or email Josh Green to learn more or to get connected to our community!

InterVarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship

InterVarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship at Marquette seeks to build community and help students grow in their faith through three tiers of focus.

  • Worship: The glorious beauty in the good news of Jesus Christ compels his followers to worship and witness in every area of life. We do this through missional prayer, student retreats and public convocations.
  • Discipleship: Out of worship comes the desire to grow in understanding of the good news as it applies to graduate student life. We do this through inductive Bible study, lectio divina, mentoring, and public events on intellectual and practical issues in graduate student life.
  • Justice: God desires us to be His hands and feet of justice and mercy to a hurting world. We do this through awareness campaigns, service opportunities and mentoring opportunities in the community. Our ultimate goal is for students to become more like Christ, and that like Him they would go into the world to serve

Intervarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship offers graduate students an opportunity to connect with other graduate students and grab a bite to eat at a convenient time between regular work and evening classes. We meet Wednesdays at Raynor Memorial Library, Study Room D, from 3:30-5 pm. Off campus students are invited to join us online at our Teams website. A light dinner is provided. Please contact Bruce McCallum or Noah Flees for more information.

Calendar of Upcoming Events with InterVarsity