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Once you've been offered admission, please notify the Graduate School of your decision to accept or decline your offer. Processing your acceptance may take up to five business days. Our admissions staff works through notifications and questions in the order they are received.
If you have been awarded merit-based financial aid (generally in the form of a graduate assistantship) you will need to respond to that offer separately and in addition to accepting/declining your offer of admission.
What is Checkmarq?
Log in to CheckMarq by using the username and temporary password sent via email within a few days of submitting your application. Contact the HelpDesk if you need to retrieve or reset your log in credentials.
Complete the forms in the "Next Steps" section. Forms includes required information from the Marquette University Medical Clinic, as well as forms on demographic information. International students will be able to complete the next steps section once they have received their I-20.
Medical Clinic forms are typically available 2 weeks before the semester begins. We encourage you to complete these forms before the start of the term; a hold may be placed on your record if medical information is not submitted in a timely fashion.
Transcripts must be submitted to the Graduate School within the first five weeks of the term of admission or a hold preventing registration for future terms will be placed on your record.
Domestic transcripts may be emailed directly to email@example.com.You can also mail transcripts to the Graduate School: Marquette University Graduate School | Holthusen Hall, Room 305 | PO Box 1881| Milwaukee, WI 53201
*If not submitted within the first five weeks, a hold will be placed on your record, preventing registration for future terms.
This assignment can vary greatly by department in both timing and who is assigned to you. If you do not have an adviser assigned in CheckMarq, contact your department to inquire as to who you should connect with regarding advisement. Some programs even have advising days.
eMarq is Marquette University's email. Use your CheckMarq username and password to access your eMarq account. This is the email address the University will use to send official communications, so it is important that you check it regularly. Expect to receive a weekly newsletter from the Graduate School.
The Book Marq is Marquette University's official bookstore for purchasing text books and other classroom supplies. The Book Marq's focus includes stocking all the text books needed for every Marquette student and providing academically discounted software.
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If you have not visited Marquette University or wish to become more familiar with campus before school beings, please schedule a visit! We have knowledgeable Graduate School staff that will take you around campus and help you get you accustom to your surroundings.
Your MarquetteCard allows you to access the libraries, rec centers and computer labs. It is also a way to pay for certain things on and near campus. You can get your MarquetteCard at Union Station in the Alumni Memorial Union (AMU).
Union Station will be open during New Graduate Student Orientation.
Where should I live?
Amenities Provided by University-owned Apartments
For more information on University-owned apartments, visit Residence Life.
RentCollegePads (third party, unaffiliated)
RentCollegePads provides information on rentals, roommates, and subleases in the Marquette neighborhood. Marquette does not endorse the site or any landlord or property listed on the site. Students should view properties in person and read the entire lease contract before signing it or paying any money. Marquette assumes no responsibility for disputes between tenants and the site, or between tenants and any landlord or property, except for properties owned by Marquette. Mediation and referral services are made available when such disputes arise.
Parking in an urban campus can sometimes be challenging, leading to issues that can be a distraction to your day at school. Having a designated place to park provides convenience, peace of mind and safety.
The application process will begin July 11, starting with commuter students. Each subsequent group’s permits will go on sale at 9 a.m. per the schedule on the parking website.
If you are admitted to the fall term, the Graduate School holds an on-campus event a few days before classes start. Those admitted for the spring term, we welcome you to attend next fall's orientation in person. In the meantime, you can review the online student orientation videos, which you may find helpful.
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. You can also watch for the bi-weekly Connections email newsletter for news and announcements.
*NOTE: International students must also attend a mandatory New International Student Orientation, coordinated by the Office of International Education.