Both merit-based and Federal Title IV funds are available to graduate students at Marquette University. The Graduate School offers and administers merit-based aid such as teaching assistantships, research assistantships, tuition scholarships and a variety of fellowships. The Office of Student Financial Aid, located in Marquette Central, offers and administers Federal Title IV funds and on and off campus employment opportunities.
Students may opt to pay for their studies in a variety of ways. In addition to merit- and need-based aid, they may use their personal funds, sign up for the monthly payment plan offered by Marquette Central, receive assistantships funded by faculty members’ grants, or apply for outside scholarships and fellowships. Numerous funding options are listed and regularly updated in the financial aid section of The Graduate School website.
Resolution of the Council of Graduate Schools in the United States
Marquette University is a signatory to the CGS resolution. The resolution states that acceptance of an offer of financial support (such as a graduate scholarship, fellowship, traineeship or assistantship) for the next academic year by a prospective or enrolled graduate student completes an agreement that both student and Graduate School expect to honor. When a student accepts an offer before April 15 and subsequently desires to withdraw that acceptance, the student may submit a written resignation of the appointment at any time through April 15. However, an acceptance given or left in force after April 15 commits the student not to accept another offer without first obtaining a written release from the institution to which a commitment has been made. Similarly, an offer by an institution after April 15 is conditional on presentation by the student of written release from any previously accepted offer. It is further agreed that institutions subscribing to the CGS resolution will enclose a copy of the resolution with every scholarship, fellowship, traineeship and assistantship offer it sends prior to April 15.
Merit-Based Competitive Financial Aid
Students applying for merit-based aid must:
- Be admitted to degree or certificate programs (exceptions are made for the Catholic Schools Personnel Scholarships and the Milwaukee Area Teachers Scholarships).
- Not be admitted on probation.
- Maintain 3.000 grade point averages (term and cumulative). Failure to do so may result in the withdrawal or discontinuation of their aid.
Awards are made on the basis of academic record and scholarly promise. Factors used in determining this aid include the applicants’ transcripts, letters of recommendation, test scores, and academic backgrounds. Financial need is not a factor.
Every recipient of financial aid offered by the Graduate School is notified of the rules and guidelines for Graduate School financial aid. The rules and guidelines for assistantships and scholarships are available online. This document covers topics such as responding to the offer, reapplying for aid, and handling involuntary termination procedures. Acceptance of the offer of financial aid implies knowledge of the rules and guidelines covering such aid, and aid recipients will be held accountable for complying with those rules and guidelines.
Assistants work approximately twenty hours per week in their departments. Outside employment is not allowed without written permission of the student’s adviser and the Graduate School. Assistants receive stipends and full tuition scholarships.
Types of Assistantships
Graduate Teaching AssistantshipsGraduate teaching assistants may serve as instructors of record, or assist faculty in teaching courses including functioning as discussion/laboratory section leaders or in providing other appropriate professional assistance including grading examinations, problem sets, and/or lab assignments, setting up displays for lectures and laboratory sections, and preparing or maintaining equipment used in laboratory sections.
Graduate Research AssistantshipsGraduate research assistants are graduate students conducting academically significant research under the direction of a faculty member. Graduate research assistantships are awarded by departments with faculty members engaged in research projects.
Graduate AssistantshipsGraduate assistants are appointed for the primary purpose of assisting in classroom or laboratory instruction or in the conduct of research. Graduate assistants are included in this category when differentiating between primarily instruction and primarily research duties is difficult.
Graduate Service AssistantshipsGraduate service assistants meet the definition of a graduate assistant except students are not appointed for the primary purpose of assisting in classroom or laboratory instruction or in the conduct of research. Graduate service assistant positions are awarded for the primary purpose of gaining experience, practice, or guidance that is significantly connected to the students' fields of study and career preparation. Graduate service assistants typically serve the university outside of an academic department and may provide service to off-campus organizations affiliated with the university. Trinity Fellows are included in this classification.
The following graduate programs offer assistantships:
- Biological Sciences
- Biomedical Engineering
- Business Administration
- Civil Engineering
- Clinical Psychology
- Clinical and Translational Rehabilitation Health Science
- Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology (Doctoral students only)
- Educational Policy and Leadership
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Foreign Languages and Literatures
- Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
- Mechanical Engineering
- Political Science
- Speech-Language Pathology
- Theology/Religious Studies
Refer to the table, found within this section, for more information about assistantships, or go online to view the Rules and Guidelines for Graduate School Assistantships.
Programs that do not offer graduate assistantships include physical therapy, physician assistant studies, and transfusion medicine. Dental students must contact the associate dean for research and graduate studies at the School of Dentistry for award consideration.
Many programs offer scholarships to pay for tuition charges. Scholarships do not pay for prerequisites, audited courses, or non-related degree program courses and fees. They will not pay for more than six thesis or twelve dissertation credits. More information about scholarships is in the Rules and Guidelines for Graduate School Scholarships on the Graduate School website.
Programs that do not offer graduate scholarships include physical therapy, physician assistant studies, transfusion medicine, and master's programs in Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology. Dental students must contact the associate dean for research and graduate studies at the School of Dentistry for award consideration.
A number of foundations, corporations, individual philanthropists, as well as the university, provide fellowships to Marquette graduate students. Fellowships do not have departmental work obligations, but outside employment is not allowed without the written permission of the student’s adviser and the Graduate School. Specific requirements of fellowships are included in award offer letters. Most fellowships require departmental nominations. Refer to the table, found within this section, for a listing of fellowships and application and nomination requirements.
New applicants for admission should complete the application, and submit all admission materials by the application deadline (see below). Applicants for the Catholic Schools Personnel Scholarship may obtain a special paper application from the Graduate School, or they may apply online.
Admitted or continuing students should complete and submit the Financial Aid Application for Admitted Students by the application deadline (see below). The form may also be completed and submitted online.
For priority consideration, applications are due in the Graduate School by 4:30 p.m. on the following dates. Deadlines falling on weekends or holidays will be extended to the close of the next business day.
|Fall Term||Feb. 15|
|Spring Term||Nov. 15|
|Summer Term||April 15|
Some programs may have deadlines for fall admission that are earlier than the financial aid application deadlines. New applicants for financial aid in those programs must adhere to the earlier department deadlines that are listed in the specific program sections of this bulletin.
Merit-Based Competitive Financial Aid - Available Programs
|The Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Frank Rogers Bacon Research Assistantship||Master’s and doctoral students in the Department of Electrical Engineering.||Up to full stipend and variable tuition scholarship amounts. May also offer reimbursement for books or equipment needed for course work.||Interested students should write to the chairperson of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.|
|Adelaide and Hubert Booz Scholarship in Neuropsychology||Graduate students in counselor education and counseling psychology.||Tuition scholarship amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made by Dept. of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology.|
|R.A. Bournique Memorial Fellowship||Summer research support for graduate students in chemistry.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Applicants should contact the Department of Chemistry for information.|
|John Braig Family Scholarship in Theology||Provides stipends in varying amounts to Catholic priests, brothers, and seminarians.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Eligible students will be invited to apply by the Graduate School.|
|Reverend Thaddeus J. Burch, S.J. Scholarship||Students enrolled in degree programs in the Graduate School.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Eligible students will be invited to apply by the Graduate School.|
|Thomas H. Burton Scholarship||Graduate students in the College of Education.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Dept. of Educational Policy and Leadership and the Dept. of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology.|
|Edgar and Kathleen Callahan Memorial Fund||Graduate students in the College of Nursing. Preference to students studying palliative and end-of-life care.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made by the College of Nursing.|
|Father Henry Casper, S.J. Memorial Fellowship in History||Provides stipend, scholarship, or travel reimbursement for graduate students in history.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of History.|
|Catholic Schools Personnel Scholarship||Teachers, administrators and other professionals employed by Catholic elementary and secondary schools in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.||Covers up to two-thirds of a three credit course.||Applications are available from the Graduate School and online. Fall deadline June 15; spring deadline November 15; summer deadline April 15.|
|Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa Graduate Education Award||Catholic Sisters of the Dominican Order of the Sinsinawa Province. Under special circumstances, funds may be available to other Catholic students.||Stipend for living expenses and/or tuition.||Recipients are authorized by the Superior of the Order.|
|John J. Eisch Graduate Research Fellowship in Chemistry||Fourth or fifth year doctoral students in chemistry. Recipient will have completed candidacy orals and demonstrate excellence in research.||Ten months of financial support. Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made by the chair of the Department of Chemistry in consultation with graduate faculty.|
|G.E. – Marquette Medical Systems, Inc. Scholarship||Graduate students in healthcare technologies management.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by Healthcare Technologies Management.|
|Generalist Master of Science in Nursing Scholarship||Scholarships for graduate students in nursing. Preference given to students pursuing generalist master of science in nursing degrees.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the College of Nursing.|
|Graduate Assistantship||Full-time students in degree programs.||Full stipends and up to 18 credits of tuition scholarship.||Submit application to the Graduate School. Fall deadline February 15; spring deadline November 15.|
|Dr. Catherine Grotelueschen Scholarship Fund in Biology||Graduate students in biological sciences.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||No application necessary. Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Biological Sciences.|
|Irene Frances Gyzinski Scholarship||Residents of Southeastern Wisconsin and of Polish extraction.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Departments make nominations to the Graduate School by November 15 for spring term awards.|
|Laura Ladish Jacobson Scholarship||Graduate students in speech-language pathology.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology.|
|Patricia C. Janz Scholarship||Need- and character-based scholarship for students in the Dept. of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||The Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology makes nominations to the Graduate School.|
|Jesuit International Scholarship||Jesuits from countries other than the U.S.||Tuition scholarship up to 18 credits.||Contact the Graduate School or the rector of the Jesuit community.|
|Richard W. Jobling Distinguished Research Assistantship||Doctoral students in biological sciences; chemistry; mathematics, statistics and computer science; clinical psychology; clinical and translational rehabilitation heath science; neuroscience; biomedical engineering; civil engineering; electrical and computer engineering; or mechanical engineering.||Full stipends and up to 18 credits of tuition scholarship.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the individual graduate units.|
|Johnson’s Wax Research Fellowship||Doctoral-level fellowship available for students in chemistry (2017-2018), biological sciences (2018-2019), electrical and computer engineering (2019-2020), biomedical engineering (2020-2021), and mechanical engineering (2021-2022).||Stipend of approximately $5,500.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the appropriate department.|
|Paul A. Ketterer Scholarship||Degree-seeking students who are also eligible to apply for the Catholic Schools Personnel Scholarship (CSPS).||Up to 5 years of support. Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Submit the CSPS application by June 15 for fall and by Nov. 15 for spring.|
|Dr. Joseph and Robin Lasnoski Scholarship||Master’s students in theology.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Theology.|
|David J. Laurance Theology Scholarship||Graduate students in theology.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made by the Department of Theology.|
|Elizabeth R. Laurance M.A.C.D. Scholarship||Tuition scholarships for students enrolled in the master of arts in Christian doctrine program who are engaged in Catholic religious education.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made by the director of the M.A.C.D. program.|
|Albert and Cecil Lue-Hing Engineering Scholarship||Graduate students in civil engineering. Available every other year to graduate students.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.|
|Marquette University Graduate School Diversity Fellowship||See details online at marquette.edu/grad/finaid_diversityfellowship.shtml. One new master's-level fellowship and one or two new doctoral-level fellowships are awarded each year.||Doctoral: $20,000 stipend plus full scholarship for up to 4 years. Master’s: $20,000 stipend plus full scholarship for up to 2 years.||See procedures online at marquette.edu/grad/finaid_diversityfellowship.shtml. Deadline is February 15.|
|Marquette University Graduate School Minority Fellowship||Minorities underrepresented in American graduate education (African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans). Must be a U.S. citizen.||A minimum one-half assistantship stipend and a nine-credit scholarship. The student’s department is strongly encouraged to supplement this award and to provide support in subsequent years.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the individual graduate units.|
|Jeanne McGinn Redding Scholarship||Graduate students in speech-language pathology.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology.|
|Leslie G. and Cecile C. Matthews Scholarship||Students in all graduate programs who demonstrate financial need.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability from 1 to 9 credits per term.||The various graduate programs make nominations to the Graduate School.|
|Maurice L. Madden Biomedical Engineering Fellowship||Graduate students in biomedical engineering.||Financial assistance usually in the form of a stipend.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Biomedical Engineering.|
|Marquette University Women’s Club Fellowship||Students who received the baccalaureate degree at Marquette University.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Eligible students will be invited to apply by the Graduate School.|
|Dr. Charles J. Mears Scholarship||Graduate residents in the first year of the orthodontics program.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||No application necessary. Awards selected by orthodontics program faculty. Recipients will be notified after July 1.|
|Milwaukee-Area Teachers Scholarships||Elementary and secondary school teachers in the Milwaukee area.||One-half of a three credit course, or 1.5 credits.||Apply online by the deadline. Fall deadline February 15; summer deadline April 15; spring deadline November 15.|
|Denis J. O’Brien Research Assistantship||Graduate students in chemistry.||Twelve-month stipend.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Chemistry.|
|Denis J. O’Brien Endowed Summer Fellowship||Students involved in summer study and research in the Departments of Biological Sciences (2018) and Chemistry (2019).||$4,000 stipend.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the department.|
|Charles O’Hara Scholarship||Graduate students in biology.||Tuition scholarship.||Nominations are made by the Department of Biological Sciences.|
|Orthopaedic Human Motion Analysis Fellowship||Advanced graduate students in bioelectronics and biomechanics. Through clinical collaboration with the Department of Orthopaedic surgery at the Medical College of Wisconsin.||Up to 18 credits of tuition scholarship.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Biomedical Engineering.|
|Jeremiah L. O’Sullivan Fellowship in Public Affairs Journalism||Master’s students in journalism with a special emphasis in public affairs journalism.||Stipend and/or tuition scholarship.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Diederich College of Communication.|
|Alma D. Peters Scholarship||Graduate students in speech-language pathology.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology.|
|Preparing Future Faculty and Professionals Coordinator||Graduate students in all programs.||Award includes a stipend and a tuition scholarship.||Application procedures are announced each spring for the following fall term.|
|Reverend John P. Raynor, S.J. Fellowship||Doctoral and second-year master's students. Recipients are expected to be in residence at Marquette and engaged in full-time study.||$23,000 stipend for doctoral students; a stipend for master’s students to supplement assistantship award.||Students wishing to be nominated for this fellowship should communicate their interest to their departments by November 15. Nominations from the departments are reviewed in the Graduate School and decisions are usually announced by February 15.|
|Research Assistantship||Full-time students in degree programs.||Full stipends and up to 18 credits of tuition scholarship.||Submit application to the Graduate School. Fall deadline February 15; spring deadline November 15.|
|Agnes A. Reinders Scholarship||Full-time graduate students in the College of Nursing.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the College of Nursing.|
|Joseph A. and Dorothy C. Rutkauskas Scholarship||Graduate students in the College of Engineering.||$5,000 award, but amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the appropriate department.|
|Arthur J. Schmitt Leadership Fellowship||Students in doctoral programs. Awards have an emphasis on training student-leaders dedicated toward fashioning a better and more humane world.||Stipend of $18,500.||Students wishing to be nominated for this fellowship should communicate their interest to their departments by November 15. Nominations from the departments are reviewed in the Graduate School and decisions are usually announced by February 1.|
|Eugene J. Schumack Memorial Journalism Fund||Graduate students in journalism.||Tuition scholarship amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Diederich College of Communication.|
|Smith Family Fellowship||Doctoral students in history, English, philosophy, and theology who have dissertation topics that require travel out of state to collect data.||Stipend of $19,000 plus reasonable travel expenses up to $4,000.||Students wishing to be nominated for this fellowship should communicate their interest to their departments by November 15. Nominations from the departments are reviewed in the Graduate School and decisions are usually announced by February 1.|
|Milo F. Snyder Scholarship in Business||Finance majors in the Graduate School of Management’s M.B.A. program.||Scholarship funds in varying amounts.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Graduate School of Management.|
|Larry and Cindy Susienka Family Foundation Scholarship||Students in speech pathology and audiology. Preference given to an early acceptance program participant with a focus on geriatrics.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology.|
|Earl W. Swokowski Fellowship in Mathematics||Students with teaching or research assistantships in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.||Full or partial stipends and/or tuition scholarships for the academic year or the summer term.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.|
|Teaching Assistantship||Full-time students in degree programs.||Stipend rates depend upon department and level of award. In addition, up to 18 credits of tuition scholarship.||Submit application to the Graduate School. Fall deadline February 15; spring deadline November 15.|
|Trinity Fellowship||Graduate students in limited academic programs with prior service in the Peace Corps, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, AmeriCorps, or comparable service. Requires work in a specified social agency.||Stipend approximates Graduate School’s teaching assistantship stipend in addition to a tuition scholarship of up to 18 credits.||Contact the Trinity Fellows Program at (414) 288-5473.|
|Tuition Scholarship||Students enrolled in degree programs in the Graduate School.||Scholarships up to 18 credits.||Submit application to the Graduate School. Fall deadline February 15; spring deadline November 15; summer deadline April 15.|
|Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus Grant Fund||Non-Jesuit members of religious orders from developing countries.||Tuition scholarship amounts vary depending upon fund availability.||Contact the Graduate School.|
|Dorothy Randles Wood Scholarship||Graduate students in speech pathology and audiology.||Amounts vary depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology.|
|Ule Family Endowed Scholarship||Scholarships for graduate students in nursing. Preference is given to students from the Midwest, who specialize in diabetes, dementia, geriatrics, heart disease, or administration.||Amount varies depending upon fund availability.||Nominations are made to the Graduate School by the College of Nursing.|
Office of Student Financial Aid
Financial aid is monetary assistance to help students meet the expenses of going to college. Financial aid is not intended to cover all of a student’s expenses. The primary financial responsibility belongs to the student and his/her family. The Office of Student Financial Aid at Marquette University attempts to help bridge the gap between the costs of attending the university and the ability of a student and his/her family to meet those costs.
A student's financial aid award may include one or a combination of scholarships, assistantships or student loans to help meet the costs of a graduate or professional program. Scholarships and assistantships are awarded by each school or program (dental, law, health sciences or graduate). Questions concerning scholarships and assistantships should be directed to the admissions or dean’s office of the school or program in which you plan to enroll.
The most current and accurate information can be obtained by visiting the Marquette Central website. Marquette Central professional staff is available for assistance Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at (414) 288-4000. Although care is taken to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of information contained in this bulletin, the information is subject to change and/or deletion without notice due to unintended error and/or ongoing changes in federal and state legislation.
To receive financial aid from federal and state programs students must meet the following requirements:
- Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen. Students with F1, F2, J1, or J2 visas are not eligible.
- Be registered with Selective Service, if required.
- Be working toward a degree or certificate.
- Be enrolled at least half-time. Audit, repeat and other non-credit classes do not apply.
- Half-time: 4 credits per term for Graduate; 6 credits per term for Dental, Law, and Health Sciences.
- Be making Satisfactory Academic Progress.
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://fafsa.gov/.
- Demonstrate financial need, if applying for need-based aid.
- Not be in default on any loan or owe a refund on any grant made under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, at any institution.
The first step a prospective student must take is to complete the Marquette University online application for admission. A student needs to be formally admitted into the university before they will be considered for financial aid assistance. Students may apply for financial aid if they are currently enrolled or are applying for admission to Marquette University.
To apply for financial aid a student must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA website is https://fafsa.gov/ and Marquette's Title IV School code is 003863. It is important for a student to file their FAFSA between October 1 and January 15 in order to receive consideration of all types of financial aid. FAFSAs received February 1 or later for continuing students will result in a reduced financial aid award. The student's Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is calculated from information provided on the FAFSA and is listed on the Student Aid Report (SAR). The EFC is an indicator of the family's financial strength and is used along with the Cost of Attendance (COA) to determine a student's eligibility for financial aid.
During the application process, students may be asked to verify the information reported on the FAFSA. Any aid offer will be contingent upon completion of the verification process.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Marquette University is required by federal regulation to apply qualitative and quantitative standards in measuring academic progress for financial aid purposes. The complete Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy can be found on the Office of Student Financial Aid website.
Office of Student Financial Aid - Available Programs
Scholarship Assistance - Private Scholarship Opportunities
Information on Private Scholarship Opportunities can be found on the Office of Student Financial Aid website.
A loan is a type of financial aid that has to be repaid upon graduation or when no longer enrolled in school on a full- or half-time basis (depending upon the terms of the individual loan program). A promissory note (legal agreement to repay) must be signed before a loan will be disbursed. The promissory note contains detailed information about terms, responsibilities and repayment of the loan. There are no penalties for prepaying principal or interest in any student loan program. Federal regulations require all first-time Federal Direct Loan borrowers to participate in loan counseling before disbursement of the loan.
Federal Loan Programs
The principal loan programs administered by Marquette for graduate students are the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan and the Federal Direct Grad PLUS Loan.
Additional information about loans can be found on the Office of Student Financial Aid website.
Truth in Lending Act Disclosures
Students borrowing any non-federal loans (e.g., institutional or private loans) must sign and acknowledge disclosure forms acknowledging the specific terms of each loan and stating that the student is aware of lower cost federal loan alternatives. The disclosure forms will be sent out by the lending institution when appropriate. Each disclosure form clearly states what steps the students must take next and in what time frame those steps must be made.
Private Alternative Loans
Alternative loans are non-federal educational loans available from a variety of national lending institutions. Minimums and maximums vary for these loan programs, but all require a satisfactory credit history. The Alternative Loan Lender Chart provides an alphabetical list of all lenders that Marquette students have used in the past five years. This chart is in no way exclusive or exhaustive of all existing lenders. The Office of Student Financial Aid will honor requests to certify other alternative educational loans that do not appear on this chart.
Student Employment Assistance
The primary function of Student Employment Services, located within the Office of Student Financial Aid, is to assist students in securing employment on campus or off campus within businesses in the area. Many students help finance their education through part-time employment.
Marquette lists part-time on and off campus positions on the web-based job posting site, JobConnection.
Students wishing to work must comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. This means that new student employees need to complete an I-9 form with the Office of Student Employment on their first day of employment. Students must provide original documents (i.e., Social Security card and driver's license or U.S. passport); copies or faxes of documents are not acceptable. Be sure to check the last page of the I-9 form for a list of acceptable documents to complete the I-9 process. Students may view the I-9 requirements on the Student Employment Services website. Contact Student Employment Services at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
For More Information
For more information please visit our Marquette Central website. Contact us with questions at email@example.com, (414) 288-4000, or visit Zilber Hall, Suite 121. When contacting Marquette Central, please provide your Marquette University ID (MUID) and four-digit Marquette Central Access Number (MCAN). Marquette Central's office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, Central Time.