Information for transfer students
- Transfer student overview
- Transfer checklist
- Credit transfer overview
- Scholarships and financial aid
- What we look for
- Transfer visit options
You're in the right place. Here, you'll find the information you need to make smart decisions about applying, requesting financial aid, selecting majors and minors, choosing a residence hall, and more.
Foreign language placement? Bringing a computer? Need info about Preview? Be sure to review your next steps to enroll this fall.
This 1-credit course will introduce already experienced college students to the resources and skills necessary to attain academic success at Marquette.
Marquette has almost 80 majors, so you're sure to find one that matches your interests and skills.
Undergraduate visits are available weekdays and select Saturdays throughout the year.
Our visits fill quickly! We encourage you to make arrangements at least two weeks before your visit. Questions? Call us at
Located just minutes from the heart of Milwaukee, Marquette's campus offers it all: green space for studying or recreation time and easy access to the city's great nightlife and lakefront.
The cost of a college education can be expensive, but we think it's a worthwhile one. That's why we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the scholarship and financial aid resources below.
Knowing where your money goes and how the university operates is paramount to understanding the true value of a Marquette education. Working together with our students, we've compiled some key data and laid it out in an accessible, transparent and easy-to-read guide.
Questions? We're just a call, email, snail-mail or tweet away. You can also stop by our office in Zilber Hall to say hello. We can't wait to hear from you!
Community. At Marquette, that word doesn’t just refer to the bustling scene on Wisconsin Avenue or the latest episode of alumnus Danny Pudi’s show on NBC. Our community extends across multiple social media channels, places for prospective students, current students and alumni to interact.
Transfer students apply for direct admission into one of Marquette’s undergraduate colleges. Review the majors and minors offered before submitting.
This is not an application for international students. International students who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents should visit the Office of International Education for a full listing of specific international student application requirements and online application instructions.
To ask a question or get information, call (414) 288-7302. Or ask a quick question via our contact form.
1250 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Zilber Hall, 136
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (414) 288-7302