Details at a Glance
Marquette University has been educating graduate students who aspire to become leaders in their professional lives, their communities and in society for more than 130 years. Marquette University's Graduate School offers more than 70 different master’s, doctoral and graduate certificate programs. Marquette’s graduate faculty scholars are at the top of their fields and are respected for funded research in areas ranging from the humanities to the sciences.
The Trinity Fellows program, in alignment with Marquette’s mission, develops urban leaders with a commitment to social and economic justice. Fellows complete a master’s degree in 21 months, while serving in meaningful roles within a nonprofit or public organization. Fellows are selected based upon their academic achievement, passion for service and social justice, and leadership potential. A generous financial package is included. Learn more about Trinity Fellows.
Marquette's mission is the search for truth, the discovery and sharing of knowledge, the fostering of personal and professional excellence, the promotion of a life of faith, and the development of leadership expressed in service to others.
Marquette graduates are problem-solvers and agents for change in a complex world, with the mandate to follow the spirit of St. Ignatius and Jacques Marquette to, "go and set the world on fire."
Clubs & Associations
Marquette's Graduate Student Organization (GSO) serves as a channel for graduate students to voice concerns, resolve difficulties, and provide feedback on issues that directly affect graduate student life at Marquette University. Additionally, the GSO is dedicated to providing opportunities for community service and fostering social connections between graduate students.