Marquette University is a private Catholic, and Jesuit university established in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in the year 1881, and it’s campus size is 107 acres. Marquette University is affiliated with the Society of Jesus, and became the first coeducational Catholic University is the U.S. Marquette is one of 28 member institutions of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities.
Faith and spirituality are an important part of life at Marquette. As a Catholic and Jesuit institution, Marquette University provide an environment that fosters spiritual growth in people of all faiths — through religious services, community service, and personal and group retreats.
Marquette University consists of 11 schools/colleges: Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Administration, Diederich College of Communication, School of Dentistry, College of Education, Opus College of Engineering, Graduate School, Graduate School of Management, College of Health Sciences, Law School, College of Nursing. The most popular majors at Marquette University include: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Engineering and Social Sciences. Marquette University offers 80 majors and 78 minors for undergraduates, also 66 doctoral and master's degree programs and 18 graduate certificate programs for graduates. Marquette University follows a semester-based academic calendar.
Marquette University has over 11,400 students with over 8,000 are enrolled in undergraduate programmes. The student to faculty ratio is 15:1, and the acceptance rate is 74% with 100% financial aid.
Notable Alumni: Don Ameche (Academy Award-winning actor), Tom Keegan (Author, journalist, radio personality), Ben Tracy (Emmy Award-winning CBS News correspondent)
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