Transfer Student Visit Options

As of March 12, 2020, Marquette University is no longer taking new reservations for on-campus events through June 1 in response to the recommendations of the CDC concerning COVID-19.

Please visit this webpage for additional information about Marquette Admissions during coronavirus, and feel free to call us at (414) 288-7302. 


Visit campus from your couch! 

The virtual tour offers videos, photographs and an interactive campus map to help you find your way around campus without leaving your home! This is a great way to get to know our campus and community from afar.

Explore a virtual tour

Phone Appointment or Video Conference Request

Our transfer admissions team is available to connect with you by phone appointment or via video conference. Appointments will be scheduled between 9:00am - 4:00pm CST, Monday - Friday.

Submit phone appointment or video conference request

Transfer Talk

The transfer talk visit offers a thirty minute informative presentation led by a transfer counselor, overviewing the transfer application process, credit evaluation process, financial aid and transfer scholarships, and next steps for admitted students. After our presentation, our world-class tour guides will lead you through campus on a one hour walking tour.

Book your Transfer Talk visit

Daily visit

The daily visit begins with a thirty minute informative presentation by a university staff member. After our presentation, our world-class tour guides will lead you through campus. Admission counselors are on hand to answer questions about majors, programs, admission, scholarships and financial aid.

While transfer students are welcome to join the information session, transfer students may find the content covered to be general and/or freshman student focused. For those that want a more transfer specific experience, we encourage the Transfer Talks option or an individual appointment option. If the transfer talk option does not fit into your schedule, this is a great visit option.

Book your daily visit