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NEXT STEPS TO ENROLL

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Having Trouble Logging in to Your Checkmarq Student Account?

If you do not remember your password or are having difficulty accessing your Checkmarq student account, call the IT Help Desk at 1.414.288.7799 or visit the IT Services website.

Congratulations on your ADMISSION to Marquette University!

Please note, you have TWO Marquette accounts.

 

  1. Application Account
    This is the account you used to check the status of your application and view your admission letter. You can also upload materials for your application and financial verification using this account. If you do not know your application account information, contact us at world@marquette.edu or call 414-288-7289.
  2. Checkmarq Account
    Checkmarq access was sent by email soon after you submitted your application. You will use this account to submit your deposit and secure your space at Marquette, and throughout your Marquette career for class registration and to view your tuition charges.

    If  you have trouble logging into your Checkmarq account or don't remember your password, call the IT Help Desk at 414-288-7799 or visit the IT Services website.

 

1) Accept or Decline Admission

Log in to your Checkmarq student account and select "Accept Admission" or "Decline Admission." Once you have accepted your admission, you will see your next step dashboard.

2) PAY YOUR DEPOSIT

The priority deadline for tuition and housing deposits is May 1 for Fall 2017 enrollment, and deposits are non-refundable. Deposits received up until June 15 will be considered on a space available basis. Submitting your deposit means you are committing to enroll at Marquette.

Tuition deposit $200
Housing deposit $300
Total deposit $500

 

4/28/2017: If you are having trouble making your deposit payment, please contact world@marquette.edu immediately so that we can help. We are working to correct any problems with the payment system as soon as possible.


Payment Methods


3) SUBMIT YOUR FINANCIAL VERIFICATION

I. Signed Financial Sponsorship Form (if not already submitted)  

Students fully sponsored by their home government or by other external scholarships should provide an official letter of support from their government or other sponsor instead of the sponsorship form.

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II. Bank evidence
Students with private sponsors (parents, family, friends) must also provide a current, official bank statement or bank letter that clearly indicates that the financial sponsor has at least $60,400 (the 2017-18 estimated cost for 12 months) in his or her bank account. The bank statement must be dated no more than 12 months before intended Marquette enrollment.

Students who cannot obtain bank evidence can submit a larger verification deposit of $5,000. If you do not become a Marquette F-1 student, $4,500 is refundable. Students who are sponsored by their home government or who have evidence of other external scholarships do not need to provide bank evidence.

 

How to Send Your Financial Verification Materials

 Use one of these methods:


4) RECEIVE YOUR I-20

Once your deposit and financial verification are received, OIE will reserve your place at Marquette University and issue your Certificate of Eligibility (Form I-20) for your U.S. F-1 student visa. Please verify your correct mailing address in your Application Account, especially if it has changed since you submitted your Marquette application.


Students Transferring F-1 Status: If you currently have F-1 status, you must arrange to transfer your F-1 status to Marquette. Complete the F-1 Transfer History Form in consultation with the Designated School Official at your current school. Your “Pending Transfer” I-20 will be sent to you after the History Form is received and after your SEVIS record has been released to Marquette.


5) SUBMIT YOUR HOUSING PREFERENCES

Complete the housing application by logging into your CheckMarq student account and clicking on the Next Step link and “Select Housing Preferences.” After you have paid your deposit, the housing forms will be unlocked. Keep the following in mind:


6) COMPLETE THE DEMOGRAPHIC SURVEY

To better plan for our incoming class and allocate resources accordingly, you will be asked a small number of questions about yourself. The information collected will be used in aggregate and not individually identifiable. Complete the demographic survey through the Next Step link by answering each question as you are best able.

 

7) SUBMIT REQUIRED HEALTH FORMS

Submit the required immunization and tuberculosis forms online through Checkmarq and the Next Step link. Once you select "I am ready," all health forms will unlock. The university will suspend course registration if this information is not submitted.

What you will need for the online immunization form:

For tuberculosis (TB) form:

IMPORTANT: You will not be able to modify the information in this section. DO NOT enter placeholder dates or click through the subsequent parts to preview the forms because you will be locked out and not able to make changes.

NOTE: If you are under age 18, you will need to print and complete the parental consent form.

Questions? Contact Student Health Service at immunizations@marquette.edu or through their website.


Health Insurance

All Marquette students with F-1 and J-1 visa status are required to have acceptable year-round health insurance coverage for their entire period of studies.

Learn more about Marquette's health insurance.

 

8) Recommended Forms to submit

Parent Information Form

The Parents Association supports parental involvement in students' education. By joining, your parents will receive periodic updates about campus events.


Disability Accommodation/Services Request

If you have a disability and think you need accommodations, please complete this form. All information is confidential.

 

Before You Enroll: Academic Reminders

Complete Current Coursework
Your offer of admission is contingent upon satisfactory completion of the course work in which you are currently enrolled. Satisfactory completion means finishing the work with comparable or better grades than those upon which Marquette offered you admission. Submit an official copy of your final secondary school transcript, final certificates and/or university transcripts to Marquette no later than September 1. Transcripts should be mailed to the Office of International Education. The university will suspend course registration if these official documents are not received.

English Language Assessment
If English is not your first language, you will likely need to take the English Language Placement Test. This test is given during the international student orientation. The results of this test will be used to determine your enrollment in Marquette’s English as a Second Language Program classes.

ESLP classes are always taken in conjunction with regular academic courses and should generally be taken during the first year. Results from ESLP classes are calculated in your GPA and, in all colleges except Engineering, the credits also count toward your undergraduate requirements. Read more about the English as a Second Language Program.

Students who are exempt from the placement test because of extensive evidence of English language proficiency are welcome to take the test if they would like a proficiency assessment to use in planning studies.

Course Registration and Class Selection
Course registration will begin in July. You will receive contact information for your academic adviser and a recommendation for your first semester class schedule.

Transfer Credit
Submit official transcripts or certificates for all International Baccalaureate, A-Level, Abitur, Advanced Placement and university courses no later than August 1 so that we can evaluate your previous advanced studies for possible transfer credit. In addition, please submit English translations of all related university course descriptions. Any transfer credit will be added to your online CheckMarq record for your review before registering for classes at Marquette.

 

Other Details.

University Costs
University costs include tuition, a residence hall room, meal plan charges and student fees. Details are explained in the Rate Guide at marquette.edu/mucentral/bursar. Total costs and estimated living expenses for 12 months will be available at marquette.edu/oie/prospective-students/tuition.shtml in February.

Payment of Tuition and Fees

An electronic biling statement will be generated after you register for classes. This information will be viewable in your Checkmarq student account under the Bursar tab. Click "View e-bill statements." Methods of payment, deadlines and information about a monthly payment plan are also explained at marquette.edu/mucentral/bursar/.

 

Scholarships and Financial Aid

International students are considered for financial scholarships at the time of admission. If awarded, your scholarship is announced in your admission letter and will be credited to your tuition account each semester. Unfortunately, Marquette does not offer international student loans or need-based financial aid. Scholarships are not awarded to students who have full government funding.

 

New Student Orientation and Arrival

Orientation for new international students begins on August 21, 2017 (prior to the all-campus orientation on August 23). Attendance is mandatory. Details will be available at marquette.edu/oie/admitted-students/orientation.shtml.

 


CONNECT TO MARQUETTE

Social Media
Follow Marquette on social media. Connect with international students on the Marquette Global Facebook page and follow the Marquette Global Twitter feed.

International Student Ambassadors
Connect with current international students from all over the world through email. Our student ambassadors are available to answer your questions about life at Marquette.


OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

Marquette University

Marquette is a Catholic, Jesuit university in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with an enrollment of nearly 12,000 students, more than 700 of whom are international students. Seeking a transformational education, they come from 68 countries — from Canada to China, from Mexico to Malaysia, and everywhere in between.