WE STUDY HARD. WE PLAY HARD.
With about 250 student organizations vying for your time, you won't be bored at Marquette. And because most of our students spend their weekends on campus, there's plenty to do here and around the city.
Academic and professional
Club and recreational sports
Community service and social awareness
Social fraternities and sororities
Spiritual and religious
Student government and coordinating councils
Student media and publications
WHAT'S THERE TO DO ON CAMPUS?
Late Night Marquette
Looking for weekend events on campus? Look to Late Night Marquette. Bowling leagues, movies, karaoke and special events round out the schedule.
Marquette University Student Government hosts great bands, impressive speakers and campus forums.
The annual winter extravaganza is our welcome back to campus after semester break. The week is a "flurry" of activities, with illusionists, games, prizes and talent shows. Winter Flurry ends with Snowball, a semiformal dance in the Alumni Memorial Union.
Marquette students seldom use cars around town because so few bring them to campus. Your U-PASS serves as your ticket to ride on the Milwaukee County Transit System. Flash your U-PASS and Marquette ID, and ride to your heart's content.
Take in a play. Sample coffee on Milwaukee's East Side. Have dinner on the RiverWalk. Spend a Saturday afternoon at the beach. Take in a Brewers game. Or ride to Mayfair Mall or Bayshore Town Center and shop till you drop.
For much more about Milwaukee, check out onmilwaukee.com.
During the first week of class, the Office of Student Development sponsors O-Fest. Come prepared to learn more about the student organizations at Marquette. Ask questions, sign up, browse the displays and get involved in your campus.
Can't find an organization that interests you? Start your own. Just find four friends who share your interest, and you'll be on your way to becoming a recognized student organization at Marquette.