Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Recovery Plan

Campus Protocols

Learn more about Marquette's recovery plan, including information on current and future safety guidelines, vaccine availability and distribution, and our plans to prepare to come back to the classroom in the upcoming semesters. 


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Student Vaccination Requirement

Are we requiring the COVID-19 vaccine?

Answer: Marquette is requiring that students (undergraduate, graduate, professional) who will be attending classes during the 2021-22 academic year be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Aug. 1, 2021.

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Recent updates via Marquette Today

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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.