Hunger Clean-up




This Spring break, make it about community, service and justice to and for others. Since 1977, Marquette University students have enjoyed making service trips during Spring break. The Marquette Action Program (M.A.P.) offers the chance to work and interact with people all over the United States.


The I.M.A.P. program offers students the opportunity to put themselves into the world to learn more deeply the values of justice, solidarity, simplicity, self-identity, and vocation. More than just a trip to South Africa, the Dominican Republic/Haiti, Cuba, or Ecuador; it it is a “program” offered for a is a full year program of engagement, service, and prepare you for stepping into solidarity with the world.

Midnight Run

Midnight Run

Midnight Run is a volunteer service program which began in 1988. It focuses on the particular needs of the hungry and homeless people living in the community around Marquette. This program is organized by a coordinating team of Marquette students under the supervision of Campus Ministry.


Milwaukee Area service opportunities

Looking for more service opportunities in the Milwaukee area? Check out the offerings from the Center for Community Service in the Office of Student Development.


Post-graduate service opportunities

Want to make a difference after graduation? Check out these unique service experiences.


Campus Ministry

The office of Campus Ministry is located in room 236 of the Alumni Memorial Union. A dedicated staff is available throughout the day to provide you with a wealth of information. If you are searching for a worship space, they can help you find a suitable space on or off campus. They can also inform you of the many service opportunities we offer. Read More ...