Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Vaccine Availability Update

Are we requiring the Covid-19 vaccine?

AnswerMarquette is encouraging students to get the vaccine now that anyone age 16 and older in Wisconsin is eligible.

See where you can get the COVID-19 vaccine near campus.

More Covid-19 updates

See the Covid-19 updates page or Marquette Today for other important updates.


Coronavirus Dashboard

To provide transparency around the number of COVID-19 cases on campus, the university has launched a coronavirus dashboard.

COVID Cheq

All faculty, staff and students who are on campus this semester are required to answer a series of screening questions prior to coming to campus using an online tool called “COVID Cheq.”


 

Reminder: Continue to complete the daily ‘COVID Cheq’ even if vaccinated

Once fully vaccinated, all members of the Marquette community must still complete the daily COVID Cheq. Please remember that completing the daily COVID Cheq survey remains a key mitigation tool for campus.

Additionally, even if you are vaccinated you should still wear your mask, practice social distancing, avoid crowds, and wash your hands often. Per the CDC guidelines, fully vaccinated people should still watch for symptoms of COVID-19, especially following an exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. If symptoms develop, all people – regardless of vaccination status – should isolate and be clinically evaluated for COVID-19. Learn more about COVID Cheq and see FAQs.

 

What do I do if I'm sick?
Marquette Medical Clinic — (414) 288-7184

COVID-19 is spreading in our state and in our community. It is possible that you have been exposed and are experiencing the symptoms of COVID-19. If you are off campus at the time you become sick, do not return to campus. Stay where you are and seek medical evaluation by calling your health care provider or your local health department.

If you are a student and you become sick while at your permanent residence, stay home and seek medical advice by contacting your health care provider or your local health department. If you are in a residence hall or a campus apartment, stay in your room and seek medical advice by calling Marquette University Medical Clinic at (414) 288-7184. Do not go to class, work or other public spaces until you receive advice regarding testing and isolation.

If you are an employee, stay home. Notify your supervisor and seek medical advice by calling your health care provider or your local health department. In Milwaukee County call 211 or visit the Impact 211 website for more information. Do not go to work until you receive advice regarding testing and isolation.

If at any time you are experiencing severe symptoms such as trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, confusion, bluish lips or face, or any other emergency, call 911.