In addition to training programs offered, MUPD provides several resources and services to help protect personal property and be proactive with individual safety.

EagleEye App

The EagleEye app hosts many Marquette safety resources, and anyone — including parents and neighbors — can download it via the App Store or Google Play. Location services must be enabled and push notifications allowed for full functionality. In addition to maps, emergency procedures and providing support resources, the app offers important real-time campus safety services:

  • Safety alert push notifications: These are the same notifications received via text. You must have your push notification settings on for the app to receive these.
  • Transportation locator for LIMO Express: When the “Campus Safety” setting is on, this map shows all active Limo Express vehicles and the directions in which they’re traveling, making it easier for riders to anticipate when a shuttle will arrive at a particular route destination.
    • The white LIMO Express vans drive a set route throughout campus and handle more of our off-campus transports. Blue LIMOs are not restricted to a set route and are the ones responding to requests called into dispatch at (414) 288-6363.
    • Remember that LIMO Express routes are active from 4 p.m. until 3 a.m. every day and will only appear on the map during operating hours.
    • At present, the map does not include information for dispatched LIMOs.
  • Mobile BlueLight: By tapping a button, MUPD will be dispatched to your device’s location to immediately respond. MUPD does not track devices with the EagleEye app installed. Device location information is only shared with MUPD when a Mobile BlueLight communication is activated, and, even then, MUPD does not have a name associated with the device.

Vacant House Watch

During winter and spring breaks, students can register with the Vacant House Watch program. Students register their residences with MUPD before leaving campus for break, and MUPD officers will monitor their vacant residences during their routine patrols of the neighborhood.

Security Survey

Students can register to have an MUPD crime prevention officer help them assess the security of their residence. The crime prevention officer will walk through the student’s residence with them and note any security concerns. The student will receive a written report to show their landlords when discussing any security concerns.

Property Registration Form

Students can keep track of their valuables by documenting their serial number, model number, etc., on this property registration form. This information can be useful in the event of a property theft or incident causing damage to a student’s property.

Confidential Resources

Many resources on campus and in the Milwaukee area provide medical, behavioral health, advocacy and spiritual services to members of the Marquette community. Please see the list below. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

Counseling Center
(414) 288-7172
The Marquette University Counseling Center serves students by supporting healthy personal and career development. The staff is comprised of experienced mental health professionals trained to attend to the emotional challenges and the career and major uncertainty that can accompany college. The Counseling Center offers personal counseling, group therapy, and career exploration services, as well as 24/7 crisis counseling services.

Marquette University Medical Clinic
(414) 288-7184
The Marquette University Medical Clinic provides core medical services and laboratory studies, free of charge to undergraduate students as part of their per-semester student health fee fees. The health fee also provides students reduced prices on non-core services. Students not paying the per-semester student health fee may access the clinic on a fee-for-service basis. Graduate, professional and part-time undergraduate students may also pay the per-semester health fee anytime during the semester to access these free core services and the reduced pricing on non-core services.

Aurora Health Care Healing & Advocacy Services
(414) 671-4325
Dedicated to making life better for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. As one of only a few treatment programs in the country that’s part of a health system, Aurora Health Care helps survivors get more of the services they need from a single source, offering emergency care, counseling, emotional support and forensic nursing. Aurora’s providers work together to help survivors receive the individualized care and services they need to feel whole again.

Sojourner Family Peace Center
(414) 276-1911
Sojourner Family Peace Center is the largest nonprofit provider of domestic violence prevention and intervention services in Wisconsin, serving over 11,800 clients each year. Sojourner provides an array of support aimed at helping families affected by domestic violence achieve safety, justice and well-being.

Milwaukee Women’s Center
(414) 449-4777
The Milwaukee Women’s Center provides comprehensive services and treatment for women, men, and children whose lives have been affected by domestic violence, addiction, mental health issues, homelessness, and poverty.

Milwaukee LGBT Community Center
(414) 271-2656
The Milwaukee LGBT Community Center delivers educational, health promotion, and community-building services that meet the needs of LGBT youth, adults, and their allies in the Greater Milwaukee area from its primary facility and other sites. The Center programs are developed with a consideration of community need, diversity, and inclusivity, community development, availability of resources, and the Center’s mission and vision.

Other Campus Resources

Victim Advocacy Services
(414) 288-5244
A university sexual violence victim advocate is available to provide immediate and ongoing support and assistance for victims of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking or sexual harassment. The advocates are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are just a phone call or an email away. Advocacy services is a confidential resource, which means that they will not report what you share with them to the Title IX Coordinator.

Campus Ministry
(414) 288-6873
Rooted in Catholic tradition and Inspired by the life and charism of St. Ignatius of Loyola, Campus Ministry works to meet the diverse spiritual needs and interests of Marquette University’s student community. With partners of goodwill across campus, in Milwaukee and across the world, we engage students through worship, retreats, works of justice, anti-racism initiatives, reflection, interfaith dialogue and cross-cultural immersion. Through these programs and the ministry of presence and pastoral care, Campus Ministry provides witness to the love of Jesus Christ.

Center for Gender and Sexualities Studies
(414) 288-0856
The interdisciplinary Gender and Sexualities Studies (INGS) major and minor promote a critical, feminist, intersectional and cultural understanding of gender, sexuality and power in a global context and across disciplinary boundaries. In addition to fostering human understanding, they provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary for just and equitable leadership in professional, civic and religious roles.

Title IX Sexual Misconduct Resources
(414) 219-5555
Marquette is committed to fostering a learning environment that is safe, conducive to academic success, and supportive of healthy personal development for all members of the campus community. Everyone on Marquette’s campus shares responsibility for maintaining this environment by following university policies and exemplifying respect for others as communicated through our Statement on Human Dignity and Diversity. In accordance with Title IX, and consistent with Marquette’s commitment to human dignity, no sex or gender discrimination will be tolerated. When an incident of harassment, discrimination or sexual misconduct (occurring on or off campus) is reported to an appropriate Marquette official, the university will respond immediately to stop the discrimination, remedy its effects, and prevent its reoccurrence. Students and employees who retaliate against individuals who report such conduct will be subject to disciplinary action.