Application information for
- Freshman Applicants
- Homeschooled Freshman
- Transfer Students
- Non-Degree Students
- Summer Studies
- Youth Options
- Pre-college Programs
- International Students
You're in the right place. Here, you'll find the information you need to make smart decisions about applying, requesting financial aid, selecting majors and minors, choosing a residence hall, and more.
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The cost of a college education can be expensive, but we think it's a worthwhile one. That's why more than 90 percent of first-year students receive financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants and low-interest loans.
Knowing where your money goes and how the university operates is paramount to understanding the true value of a Marquette education. Working together with our students, we've compiled some key data and laid it out in an accessible, transparent and easy-to-read guide.
Questions? We're just a call, email, snail-mail or tweet away. You can also stop by our office in Zilber Hall to say hello. We can't wait to hear from you!
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Homeschool applicants should follow all requirements of regular freshman applicants. However, students schooled at home must provide detailed transcript information and may be required to interview with the admission staff.
Homeschooled students should provide comprehensive academic information as part of submitting a transcript. In most cases, the student will present an academic portfolio including the types of courses taken, course content and literature used.
After submitting your application for admission, you may be contacted to arrange an admission interview. The interview will be used by the admission committee to better understand your curriculum and experiences. If necessary, we will contact you to arrange a mutually convenient time in person or by phone.
Log into your admissions application account to verify the status of your application.
To ask a question or get information, call (414) 288-7302. Or ask a quick question via our contact form.
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Zilber Hall, 136
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Phone: (414) 288-7302