• 2015 Orientation
  • First Year
    Students
  • Transfer Students
  • Families
  • Commuter Students

Welcome to Marquette University!

New Student, Transfer Student and Family Orientation is an exciting time in the Marquette community. New Student Orientation (first-year students only) is four days of activities, held August 26 – 30, 2015. Transfer Orientation is three days of activities, held August 27 - 29, 2015. All Orientation sessions are designed to introduce all new students (first-year and transfer) to the academic excellence, vibrant campus life, and community involvement that comprise the Marquette tradition. Students living on campus will move into their residence hall rooms on the same day as Orientation begins.

All new first-year students are required to check-in for Orientation on Wednesday, August 26, 2015 between 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. in the Alumni Memorial Union (3rd Floor). All new transfer students are required to check-in for Orientation on Thursday, August 27, 2015 between 9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in the Alumni Memorial Union, 2nd floor lobby.

All new students are automatically registered for the program, and at check-in they will receive their personalized packet and a final schedule.

Families who wish to attend Family or Sibling Orientation events are encouraged to check out the Families tab at the top of this page.

Orientation events are designed to help students be successful at Marquette. For this reason, there are several events throughout the week that first-year and transfer students are required to attend, and a variety of events that are optional.

Meals During Orientation
Meals are served in the residence halls, beginning with dinner on Wednesday. Residential students may gain access to the cafeterias using the meal plan, accessible with their Marquette Student ID. Commuter students receive meal tickets at Orientation check-in, to use for breakfast, lunch and dinner in designated residence hall cafeterias.

Parking
Commuter student permits are on sale from the Parking Services Office located in the Wells Street Parking Structure. Day and overnight passes are available. To purchase a permit online, visit www.marquette.edu/parking. Parking for Family Orientation is free on Wednesday, August 20 and Thursday, August 21. Please refer to the information you received from the Office of Residence Life regarding parking during move-in. Free parking is available in the 16th Street Parking Structure, located between Wisconsin Avenue and Wells Street, and the Wells Street Parking Structure, located between 12th and 13th streets.

Questions?
For Orientation questions and concerns, please contact the Office of Student Development at (414) 288-1412 or email newstudentprogs@marquette.edu.

Friday, September 30th

All new first year students are automatically registered for New Student Orientation (August 26 – 29, 2015), which is four days of over 120 events on the Marquette campus and in the Milwaukee community. Orientation and freshman move-in begin on Wednesday. For more information about Freshman Residence Hall Move-In and Priority Arrival Times please visit the Office of Residence Life.

Please visit this website in July 2015 for more information and for a tentative schedule.

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For Orientation questions and concerns, please contact the Office of Student Development at (414) 288-1412 or email newstudentprogs@marquette.edu.

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All new transfer students are automatically registered for Transfer Student Orientation (August 26 – 29, 2015), which is three days of over 120 events on the Marquette campus and in the Milwaukee community.

All new transfer students are required to check-in for Orientation on Thursday, August 26, 2015 in the Alumni Memorial Union, 2nd floor lobby. Please note that Transfer Student Orientation and Residence Hall move-in begin a day later than New Student (freshman only) move-in and Orientation.

All new Transfer students are automatically registered for the program, and at check-in they will receive their personalized packet and a final schedule.

Please visit this website in July 2015 for more information and for a tentative schedule.

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Questions?
For Orientation questions and concerns, please contact the Office of Student Development at (414) 288-1412 or email newstudentprogs@marquette.edu.

 

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Family and Sibling Orientation

Parents, siblings, and other family members of new first-year and transfer students are invited to attend Family Orientation, on Wednesday, August 26th and Thursday, August 27th.  Family Orientation includes two simultaneously running programs; one for the adult family members and one for younger siblings, ages 5-16. Though these programs happen at the same time as New Student Orientation, the events that comprise Family Orientation are designed specifically to assist family members with their transition.

There is no registration required for any adult family member event, but Sibling Orientaiton Registration is required. Area hotels tend to book quickly for Family Orientation.  Out of town families are encouraged to reserve a hotel room soon.

Please visit this website in July 2015 for more information and a tentative schedule.

For more information about New Student Orientation, Family Orientation, or Sibling Orientation, please contact the Office of Student Development at 414-288-1412 or muparents@marquette.edu.

Commuter Students

Please visit this website in July 2015 for more information regarding the COMMUTERS @ MARQUETTE Program.

COMMUTERS @ MARQUETTE 2014, was a half-day event during New Student Orientation that was designed to offer for first year commuter students support and necessary information as they transition from high school to college.

For more information about COMMUTERS @ MARQUETTE, please contact the Office of Student Educational Services at 414-288-4252. If you have questions about New Student or Transfer Student Orientation please contact the Office of Student Development at 414-288-1412.



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