Marquette Law's Eckstein Hall conveys a sense of community. Spacious interior holds a library without borders, two courtrooms, the Aitken Readin Room and Zilber Forum. Great for lunch or studying. Read more.
"Befriend the first person you meet at Preview. You might be in his or her wedding 12 years later." - Collin Burton, Comm '03 Read more.
Johnston Hall's posh new student lounge has big plasma screens, couches and even a kitchenette. Read more.
Make an appointment to get one-on-one help with your resume and cover letters: http://go.mu.edu/cscresume Read more.
Feeling stressed out? Attend the Center for Peacemaking's Meditation Mondays each week from 7-8 p.m. Read more.
This spacious and recently renovated hall includes the Honors Program floors, a fantastic dining room and the Rec Plex, with fitness equipment and a swimming pool. Read more.
This coed hall is home to 650 students. Schroeder's extensive facilities, dining hall and central location make it one of the most popular choices for returning students. Read more.
Home to 296 first-year male students and a favorite because of its camaraderie. Read more.
Marquette's largest residence hall is home to more than 725 male and female 1st-year students & includes a cross-cultural residential learning environment as well as dining room open 7 days a week. Read more.
This suite-style hall is named after Father McCabe, who in 1909 led Marquette to become the first Catholic university in the world to offer co-education as part of its undergraduate program. Read more.
Visit the brand new ‘50s style diner with made-to-order burgers, Philly cheese steaks, milkshakes and ‘50s tunes playing on the Jukebox. The hall offers double, triple and quad rooms for sophomores. Read more.
Marquette's only all-female residence hall houses 387 first-year students, including specialty housing for nursing students. A dining room is open seven days a week. Read more.
This coed facility houses more than 300 first- and second-year students in single and double rooms, including engineering floors. Read more.
The Raynor now offers increased space for 24 hour studying during the fall and spring semesters. Sunday - Thursday the 2nd floor and the Bridge are open 24 hours. Read more.
Built around the 15th century in France, this chapel in the heart of the Marquette campus offers free guided tours Monday-Saturday 10 am to 4 pm and Sunday Noon to 4 pm. Read more.
This study spot that unites the old and new sections of the library has one of the best overlooking views on campus. Read more.
Stop by the first floor of the Alumni Memorial Union for Stone Creek Coffee or Rishi loose-leaf tea. Read more.
Located on the first floor of the Alumni Memorial Union, the Marquette Spirit Shop is the official source for Marquette sportswear and gifts. Read more.
Across from the Admissions office is the primary source for student enrollment and financial services. Read more.
Stop by the first floor of Zilber Hall to schedule a tourand pick up a free t-shirt with your check-in. Read more.
The 4,000-seat athletics arena and practice facility is named for the legendary Marquette Basketball Coach Al McGuire. Follow @MUAthletics on Twitter. Ring out Ahoya! Read more.
This indoor fitness facility includes six air-conditioned tennis courts, five basketball courts, a racquetball court, a swimming pool with diving boards, a fitness assessment center and more. Read more.
The five floors of the AMU offer a variety of amenities, including a campus post office, study lounges, student government offices and the multicultural center. Read more.
Home of the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication. Follow them on Twitter @MUCollegeofComm. Read more.