Coronavirus (COVID-19)

All events on campus are canceled through June 30.


Plans to re-open in fall 2020

Marquette University intends to resume campus operations this fall if governmental and medical authorities say it is safe to do so. In the recent COVID-19 Town Hall Meeting on May 19, President Lovell and university leaders outlined a recovery plan that will lead to a phased approach to reopening the campus in accordance with medical and government guidelines. Important to that recovery plan is how we address the 2020–21 Academic Calendar.

The university is also guaranteeing admission through May 1, 2021, for freshman applicants who were admitted for the fall 2020 semester.


Watch the Marquette COVID-19 Town Hall Meeting [May 19]

Watch the Marquette COVID-19 Town Hall Meeting [May 1]

View the list of building access and closings. [March 20]

Important Human Resources information


Marquette Today coronavirus updates

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Travel Guidance

Anyone who has travelled within the past 14 days to certain locations must self-quarantine for 14 days according to Wisconsin Department of Health Services recommendations. 
See the travel guidance FAQ for details. 

 

Study Abroad

Visit the education abroad health and safety website for study abroad related Coronavirus information.

 


Bridge to the Future Fund

Please consider a donation to our Bridge to the Future Fund to provide financial aid assistance to students whose changing economic circumstances jeopardize their ability to continue their Marquette education.