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Get busy! Life on campus offers an endless supply of activities, events and attractions. Participate in any of our approximately 250 student organizations to hone your leadership skills, develop a commitment to service or examine your faith. Catch a sporting event — Marquette plays in the prestigious Big East Conference, and attending men's basketball games at the Bradley Center is a regular pastime for Golden Eagles fans. And gear up for classes, where you'll learn more than you thought possible and make friends to last a lifetime.

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Student Health Service

Getting sick is nobody’s idea of fun, so it’s nice to know that when you do feel lousy, there is someone nearby who can help. As a Marquette student, you are welcome to use the Student Health Service anytime. Make an appointment. Medical staff can see you between classes or during a study break. Diagnosis, treatment and prescription decisions will be held in strict confidence between you and your medical provider.

Student Health Service offers enrolled students primary care services, including:

Our staff of medical doctors, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and health educators specializes in the health and wellness challenges of college students.

Full-time undergraduates pay a student health fee — you pay it with your tuition at the start of each term — which ensures unlimited access to the health service, plus:

The student health fee is exclusive of any insurance coverage. Part-time undergraduates and all graduate and professional students can take advantage of these benefits, too, through Marquette's low-cost student insurance program.

For more information, contact the Student Health Service at (414) 288-7184.

Counseling Center

Marquette's Counseling Center mission is to promote the psychological health of all students at Marquette.

Safety and security

Marquette strives to create and maintain a vibrant urban environment that is socially rich and diverse but yet safe and secure.

The Department of Public Safety

Public Safety ensures year-round 24-hour service by highly trained professionals who serve the campus and adjacent areas where students and employees reside and socialize

L.I.M.O. vans for free, safe transportation to students, faculty and staff to and from any point within a defined service area from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. year round.


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The Marquette Neighborhood Health Center

The center is designed as a nurse managed health center, under the auspices of the Marquette University College of Nursing, providing community access to health care services while enhancing educational opportunities for nursing students. Learn more about MNHC.