About Mission and ministry

The Office of Mission and Ministry provides and promotes the Ignatian practices of experience, reflection, discernment and action, in order that they may see their work as living the four pillars of the University’s mission, namely,

  • A commitment to service that has a global impact;
  • Excellence in teaching, research, moral and spiritual formation;
  • Exercising Leadership that both promotes inclusion and respects the human dignity of each;
  • A faith that enables us to courageously minister to the complex realities of the world in which we live.

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News & Events

Register TODAY for Mission Convocation January 9.

Mission Week 2020 will be February 3-9, 2020. Check back here for updates!

Learn about our new Vice President of Mission and Ministry.

Join us for Mass in the 2nd Floor Zilber Chapel the first and third Thursdays of the month at 8:15 a.m. Daily Rosary at 7:45 a.m.

Respect Life at Marquette

MIssion Week 2019 was a wonderful week! Thank you to all who partcipated and organzied events!ster today for events!

Read Alexandra Mohs' student commencement talk - Every story matters - We Are Marquette

WATCH: His Holiness Pope Francis delivers a TED Talk on "Why the only future worth building includes everyone."

Read in the Catholic Herald how Campus Ministry is working to increase diversity and interfaith dialogue.

Contact us to learn about our programming opportunities.

Check out our Facebook page for all the latest news and events.

All are welcome to the Madonna della Strada Chapel, located on the second floor of Zilber Hall.

Visit jesuitnetworking.org to learn more about the international conversation on mission within the wider Jesuit apostolic body.

Marquette's Mission

Dedicated to serving God by serving our students, faculty, and staff, Marquette University contributes to the advancement of knowledge by searching for truth, discovering and sharing knowledge, fostering personal and professional excellence, promoting a life of faith, and developing service leadership in others.

At Marquette, we believe the pursuit of excellence is a lifelong endeavor and education needs to encompass the whole person, through formation of the hearts and minds. We are committed to the unfettered pursuit of truth under the mutually illuminating powers of human intelligence and Christian faith. All members of the Marquette community, from every faith tradition, give concrete expression to these beliefs by giving of themselves in service to those in need.

Click here for the full Mission Statement


Multifaith Calendar

Increase your understanding of a variety of cultural traditions and observances that are important to others.

Ignatius of Loyola

What is "Ignatian Spirituality"?

Find freedom, peace, and God through the teaching of Saint Ignatius of Loyola.

Catholic and Jesuit

Why a "Catholic and Jesuit" University?

Receive an education that empowers students to challenge, analyze, and discern so they can change the world.