See What Graduate Life Looks Like

Visiting will look different for a while.

In an effort to safeguard against COVID-19, the Marquette University Graduate School will not be hosting in-person visits at this time. Instead, we are brining the program information to you, virtually, so you can attend from anywhere!

On the road...virtually. 

Our recruiters are on the "virtual" road to discuss Marquette's Graduate School master's and doctoral programs. Come see what graduate school could look like for you. 

View Upcoming Virtual Events 

One-on-one campus tours (Not available for the short-term)

A personal on-site campus tour gives you a chance to take it all in; the facilities and resources, meeting students and faculty. It's important to see where you'll be spending your graduate school time and we welcome you to our inviting, convenient campus that sits within the urban backdrop of Milwaukee.

For any questions about your campus visit, contact the Graduate School at (414) 288-7137 or email the Graduate School.

Group visits are currently on pause.

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Advanced scheduling

Please contact us at least three weeks before your group visit. We will do our best to accommodate your selected date. However, because of 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.

What's included in a group visit?

  • Admissions presentation: Join a Marquette admissions representative for a formal presentation about the university, our history, our programs of study, and admission and financial aid procedures. Time will be available for general questions.
  • Campus tour: A current Marquette student will lead the group on a tour of campus. Tour highlights include the Raynor Memorial Libraries, St. Joan of Arc Chapel and the Alumni Memorial Union.
  • Special requests: Current student panels, meetings with faculty, or group lunches may be available upon request. The more notice we have, the more likely we will be able to accommodate special requests.