Student Organizations and International Communities

Artist, Molly Healy, draws a globe in Marquette's blue and gold colors; the top half of the globe removed to reveal a plant growing out of it.  The words, "grow your knowledge in international affairs" encircle the drawing.The Interdisciplinary Major in International Affairs collaborates with a variety of applied learning experiences both inside and outside of the classroom. Internationally relevant student organizations and communities provide undergraduates and graduates, alike, the opportunity to develop new interests and friendships, expand their knowledge of overlapping disciplines, network with alumni, and participate in professional and social events. Get involved today!

See Marquette University registered organizations for even more information on the array of Student Cultural organizations active on campus.