This page contains resources for your stories on Marquette University. Here you will find university facts, logos and logo guidelines, a photo of Marquette President Michael R. Lovell, and campus images.
The Marquette University logo, complete with the Be The Difference tagline, is the official university signature. It should be used prominently on promotional materials, including publications, advertising and electronic media. Using the Marquette logo in a consistent manner is vital to communicating Marquette's identity.
- The vertical or horizontal version of the logo is acceptable, depending on design and space considerations.
- The logo was designed to be used in its entirety. The type and tower graphic must never be used separately.
- Reproduction of the university logo must adhere to the color, size and spacing guidelines outlined in the brand logo guidelines.
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Headshot of Marquette President Michael R. Lovell
Dr. Michael R. Lovell is Marquette University’s 24th president, serving since 2014. Under his guidance, Marquette focuses on innovation, entrepreneurship, and community renewal and development — all consistent with the university’s Catholic, Jesuit mission.
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St. Joan of Arc Chapel The St. Joan of Arc Chapel is the heart of the Marquette University campus. It is a place of community, especially in times of joy and sorrow. It has been the site of emotional candlelit vigils and of political protests. It draws people of all backgrounds and faiths. The Chapel hosts regular Masses that often test the capacity of the diminutive structure.
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