CONNECT WITH THE GRADUATE SCHOOL
The Graduate School offers prospective students multiple ways to connect with us and learn more about what life is like as a graduate student at Marquette. You can join us virtually or in person to get the answers you need to help you in finding, funding and selecting the right graduate program for you. We look forward to connecting with you through one of our options below:
Explore our campus by taking a one-on-one tour with a current graduate student or admissions counselor. Tour highlights include Raynor Memorial Libraries, St. Joan of Arc Chapel and the Alumni Memorial Union.
Virtual Admissions Counselor Appointments
Our admissions counselors offer one-on-one virtual appointments where they can talk you through the application process and provide insight into your program of interest. This is also an opportunity to discuss your prior education, your professional experience and your goals. Come prepared with questions and topics you wish to discuss
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Virtual Program Information Sessions
Join our virtual information sessions specific to your program(s) of interest. Talk with faculty and our graduate admissions counselors to get a better sense of our programs, the admissions process and graduate experience at Marquette.
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Meet & Greet Days
Attend an in-person information sessions specific to your program(s) of interest. Hear from faculty in small-group or larger-group settings to get a better sense of our programs, the admissions process and graduate experience at Marquette.
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The Graduate School offers group visits which can include an admissions presentation, a campus tour, or a variety of additional activities*. If you’re interested, please contact us at least three weeks in advance of your anticipated date. We will do our best to accommodate your selected date, however, due to campus events and staffing limitations, we may need to consider alternate dates. Most visits last between two to three hours. Group visit appointments are not available on weekends or university holidays.
*Additional group visit activities could include current student panels, meetings with faculty or group lunches. The more notice we have, the more likely we will be able to accommodate special requests.
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