Hunger Clean-Up

About Hunger Clean-Up

Hunger Clean-Up is Marquette’s largest service project with over 34,000 volunteers since it originated in 1989. This year students will participate in the 25th annual Hunger Clean-Up event to increase awareness, support, and resources for local programs addressing issues of poverty. Nearly 1800 students, staff, and alumni serve at 45-50 nonprofit worksites, such as food banks, homeless shelters and countless other organizations, to help better the community and connect with others.

Thanks to fundraising, generous sponsorships, anddonations, Hunger Clean-Up has been able to provide 3 local nonprofits with a $3,000 grant to continue to make change in the community.


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Commuter Programs

Commuter Programs

Marquette provides a variety of programs to foster community and involvement among Commuter Students. For more information, click here.