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Marquette University will celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2015 during Senior Week, May 10-16, 2015. The week includes a variety of events for graduating seniors and their families and is designed to provide a relaxing way for seniors to connect as a class one more time before graduation.

Submit photos of your Marquette experiences!
The Office of Student Development would like to collect photos for a Class of 2015 slide show at the Senior Ball event at the Potawatomi. Photos can be submitted to osd@marquette.edu. In your email, please state the following: I give Marquette University permission to use this/these photos in the Senior Week 2015 slide show. Photos will not be used outside of this venue.

Ticket Packages

Gold Package $75 ($15 savings)

Blue Package $60 ($10 savings)

Individual Event tickets are also available

Tickets will be available for purchase beginning on Friday December 5th at 8am! Follow the link to puchase ticket packages & individual tickets:



100 Days 'till Graduation
Friday, February 6| 8pm - Midnight | AMU
Gather with fellow seniors to celebrate exactly 100 days until graduation! Enjoy live entertainment by dueling pianos, appetizers, and dancing!
Senior Week Mass
Sunday, May 10 | 8 – 9pm | Chapel of the Holy Family
Join fellow seniors to celebrate the end of chapter and the beginning of a new one.
(Free and open to all seniors)

Senior Week Kick-Off
Monday, May 11 | 9pm – 1am | Whiskey Bar
Ticket includes roundtrip bus transportation, food, live entertainment, and dancing.

Senior Ball
Wednesday, May 13 | 9pm – 1am | Potawatomi Bingo Casino
Ticket includes rountrip bus transportation, heavy appetizers, live entertainment, and dancing. Dance is semi-formal.
Senior Block Party
Friday, May 15 | 5pm – 8pm | TBA

Senior Family Toast and Dinner - Tickets for this event will go on sale in Spring 2015
Saturday, May 16 | 6pm Reception, 7pm Dinner | AMU Ballrooms
Join us after the Baccalaureate Mass for a celebratory toast to the graduating seniors, dinner, and entertainment. More information will be available in the spring semester.


Late Night

Late Night Marquette

Late Night Marquette actively promotes a vibrant campus culture by collaborating with members of the university and Milwaukee communities to provide fun, innovative, and inexpensive programming to students. View the calendar of Late Night events here.