Official Use of E-mail to Communicate With Students

Marquette uses email as one of the official means of communication with students to keep them informed of important information such as financial aid and billing data; college deadlines, events and updates; and important campus news. Each student is issued an official Emarq email account for use while he or she is enrolled.

Email is an appropriate and preferred method for official communication by Marquette with students unless prohibited by law. The university has the right to send official communication to students by email with the assumption that students will receive, read and, if necessary, act in a timely manner based on the email.

The policy in entirety is at the Office of Information Technology Service's website.

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