Mashuda Hall

Mashuda Hall

"Everyone involved was so special and SUPERB! The whole group was pleased with everything at Mashuda and I can't tell you how happy I was to find such a wonderful place to stay at such a low cost."


Mashuda Hall

In its previous life, the building was a hotel. The Beatles spent the night on Sept. 4, 1964, after playing to a screaming crowd at the Milwaukee Arena. The exact room John, Paul, George and Ringo stayed in is subject to debate, but it's believed to be somewhere on the seventh floor. Marquette purchased the building in 1980 and remodeled it in 2002, and it is named for university benefactor Josephine Hallman Mashuda.

Mashuda Hall is a seven-story residence hall featuring the following amenities:

To inquire about guest housing, dining services and meeting facilities for your summer conference, please contact us.

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Office of Residence Life
Marquette University
Carpenter Tower, 203
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201-1881

Phone: (414) 288-7208
Fax: (414) 288-5108
summer.conferences@marquette.edu