Student Affairs Mission Statement

Grounded in our Ignatian understanding of the dignity and value of each person, the Division of Student Affairs intentionally fosters the holistic growth of students by providing them opportunities to learn and practice skills, grow in competency and develop as leaders in service to others.

Our express purpose is to form students who, upon graduation, are grounded in ethical and moral values and prepared to engage and lead in a complex and global world.

Revised Summer 2015

2018-2019 Priorities

  • First Generation College Students
  • African American Students
  • Native American Students
  • Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention Programs

Student Affairs' Mission and Strategic Priorities are drawn from the Marquette's Mission and Strategic Plan, Beyond Boundaries. We work hard to incorporate the mission into all aspects of our work, and we certainly contribute in many ways to the university's strategic goals. We also find it necessary to identify priorities annually to intentionally guide the work specific to student affairs. We invite you to read our annual report to learn more.

For more information, contact the Student Affairs central office.