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Our mission "The aim of the Union on Marquette's campus would be to bring together and unify the spirits of all. . .and use this unified spirit for the good of the university and all students." -Peter Brooks, co-founder of the first college union at Marquette Univ...
In the Fall when looking at Wisconsin Ave. from here allows you to see every color leaf. Make a point to walk over there and take a look!
Are you looking for SOF (Student Organization Funding) then stop by the MUSG office, room 133, and get it all done there. Do you want some yummy food? Stop by Marquette Place and get some.
the place to be today for the pr and social media summit. great times all around.
Great farmers market from 10-2 today!
Study in the Brooks Lounge on the first level. It's kind of hidden and not many people know about it, so it's usually quiet. There are a lot of booths, plus pool tables and games for a study break.
A great change of scenery for Marquette Students. When you are sick of studying at the library, you can find a spot in the Brew where computers are also available. There's also numerous other spots.
staying dry while applying for jobs
If you need large paper and cut-out letters for anything, visit the Lead Center on the first floor of the AMU. It's free for students and a great resource!
Pretty much the center of anything important going on on campus. Also home to the best dining food and the only place to rent DVD's on campus! Check out the Spirit Shop for great deals and the Brew.
Keep an eye on upcoming events, the AMU might just surprise you.
As an upperclassman, when you find a friend with meal swipes, make up they take you to Marquette Place on the 2nd floor!
Sick poster sale going on today and tomorrow
Watch out for Teecycle
The AMU is a great place to eat lunch with friends, grab a cup of coffee, gain insightful information at the info desk, or simply do some homework!
There is a post office, ATM, bank, Brew Bayou, food court and venting machines in the AMU. Also, there are study rooms and many great hidden study spots all around the building. EXPLORE
Timing is everything when grabbing something to eat at the AMU. Go a quarter to an hour and the lines will never be too bad.
So many places to discover in the AMU - Marquette Place, The Brew, The Spirit Shop, International Education, tutoring, The Brooks Lounge, and much more.
Marquette Place after dining hours is a great place to work on group projects and get a change of scenery while you study! Just be aware that during midterms and finals week it will be packed.
The AMU is a great place to visit if you need MU spirit wear or questions! Make sure you also check out the info desk for the question of the day!
The Brooks Lounge and the Brew Bayou are great places to study in the AMU and both tend to be less crowded than the library. Good places to go during midterm and finals week!
The Brooks Lounge on the 1st floor is a great place to study and meet up for group projects. Usually spots to study, or hangout with friends. They also have billiards and a variety of snacks.
Chapel of the Holy Family is open all day until 4:30 for prayer for the victims of the shooting at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek.
Salmon Bowls from Wes are phenomenal!
Need a new study spot? Try the Brooks Lounge located on the first floor of the AMU! It's just quiet enough to get things done, but not too quiet like Memorial.
CSLI is the best quiet place to study during finals week. If you're in a student org. you can book a room and study with people in your org!
Psssst. I'm up here. On the ceiling.
Come at an off time if you are looking for a quick lunch!
The AMU ballrooms host FTK's Marquette Dance Marathon every spring. Dance Marathon is our biggest event benefiting Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. To learn more, visit ftkmarquette.weebly.com
Tonya is a boss.
If you really must study this place definitely trumps the lib
US Bank ATM on lower level, $2 charge for non US bank cards
AMU 155 grille breakfast is bomb!!
Study hard nerd alert
Like having the big tables so I can spread out all my work
Go to the awesome career fair today. 1-5!!!
A meal swipe can also be used to get soup a piece of fruit and water in the "healthy store" right next to marketplace!!!
The Alumni Memorial Union (AMU) is Marquette University's gathering place and was named to honor all alumni. The five-level, $15 million union opened on Aug. 20, 1990, replacing the 1953 Brooks Union.
Stop by the 3rd floor of the AMU to sign up for FREE group tutoring. The earlier you sign up, the more likely you are to get into a group!!
great place to study and eat!
Student commons get really chilly for some reason. Bring a sweater when going to study!
No place to eat at the brew? Caff too packed? Visit Brooks lounge on the lower level! Great place to meet for group projects! Must be able to work with noise- or bring headphones ;)
Try the skinny vanilla nut lean latte at the brew. So delicious! You butt will thank you.
Drop your batteries and print cartridges off at the University Information Center for free recycling.
The Brooks Lounge is a great place to study but get there early because there's not a lot of seating.
Live off campus? Rent a locker for a semester or the year. It may seem a bit like high school, but it's great if you don't want to carry around your books and workout gear all day long.
Check ou MU place as a place to study, nice change of pace from the lib
Stop by at AMU 317 if you need a tutor. It's free!
Just had a group meeting last night in the Brooks Lounge. Great place to study if you can't stand the library!
I do not think many people realize how many places you can study in at the AMU: Brooks Lounge, MU Place, Brew and outside of OSD on the 1st floor.