One of the hallmarks of a Jesuit education is the development of a faith that seeks justice. Our university community is made up of persons who come from a wide variety of faith traditions and backgrounds. With gratitude for the richness of this diversity, Campus Ministry strives to assist students in engaging their relationship with God and the way in which their faith and beliefs can transform the world.
Campus Ministry partners with the organizations listed on the side in providing spiritual formation and support to Marquette students. Our affiliated ministries represent some of the religious traditions present on campus.
Together, the affiliated ministries form a council that assists Campus Ministry in promoting ecumenical (i.e. the journey to unity among Christian believers) and interfaith (i.e. between religions) engagement, dialogue, and understanding. Meet the affiliated ministers.
Campus Ministry also works closely with spiritual and religious student organizations in promoting a life of faith. For more information on religious and spiritual student organizations, visit the Marquette Involvement Link.
Students seeking representation or support from a religious tradition not represented are invited to contact Mary Sue Callan-Farley, Director of Campus Ministry.