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Marquette University

Graduate School

New Student Orientation

August 21, 2014

Dr. Jeanne M. Hossenlopp

Vice Provost for Research

Dean of the Graduate School


Brief Overview of the University o

Graduate School Information o

Student Groups of GSO and PFF

Marquette University

• Established in 1881

• Founded in the tradition of the Society of Jesus

• University is named after Rev. Jacques

Marquette, S.J. (1637

– 1675), a French missionary and explorer in North


University-Wide Strategic Plan

Beyond Boundaries:

Setting the Course for Marquette’s Future

Theme 1:

Pursuit of Academic Excellence for Human Well-being


Advance Marquette as a highly ranked destination university, renowned for academic rigor, innovation and the achievements of its community of scholars.

Strategic Plan Themes, cont.

Theme 2:

Research in Action


Advance Marquette as a university committed to research and scholarship, with a distinctive emphasis on excellence in strategically defined areas.

Strategic Plan Themes, cont.

Theme 3:

Social Responsibility and Community Engagement

Theme 4:

Formation of the Mind and the Heart


Evaluation Experience

Ignatian Pedagogy

Action Reflection

Strategic Plan Themes, cont.

Theme 5:

Enhancement of Organizational Effectiveness

Theme 6:

Sustainability of Valuable Resources

Key Themes for Marquette’s Future:




, and


Graduate School Units

• Graduate School

• Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

• Office of Research Compliance

Location of the

Graduate School

Holthusen Hall

1324 W. Wisconsin Ave.,

Room 305

Our Services Follow the Life of a Graduate Student

• Recruitment

• Admissions

• Graduate Assistantships

• Records

• Graduate Student Professional Development

Graduate Student Organization (GSO)

Office Location: Holthusen Hall, Room 460D

1324 W. Wisconsin Ave.

Mailboxes in Graduate School and AMU Lead Center




(414) 288-5841 [email protected]


GSO’s Roles

• Advocating for students

• Facilitating inter-departmental communication

• Providing a social network

Preparing Future Faculty and Professionals (PFFP)

Office Location: Holthusen Hall, Room 460C

1324 W. Wisconsin Ave.

Mailbox in Graduate School




(414) 288-5957 [email protected]


PFFP Program’s Roles

• Providing graduate professional development opportunities, e.g. workshops, seminars

• Creating an awareness of issues affecting the future of higher education

• Developing the knowledge and skills necessary for success in the job market

Contact the Graduate School







Email – [email protected]

Telephone – (414) 288-7137

Website – marquette.edu/grad

Facebook – bit.ly/MarquetteGradSchool

Twitter – twitter.com/mugradschool

LinkedIn – bit.ly/MUGradSchool

Ms. Rose Trupiano

Research & Instructional Services Librarian


Raynor Memorial Libraries

Raynor Memorial Libraries

Two buildings connected via bridge

Open 104 hours/week

24/7 access to Raynor Library 1 floors & Bridge st

& 2 nd

Information Desk (for library research help

& tech support)

IM Reference help

One-on-one Research Consultations with


400+ periodical article and primary resource databases

Subject Research Guides


& Subject

1.8 million volumes, including:

1.1 million print books

785,000 electronic books

40,000+ electronic journals

2,000 current print journals

Interlibrary Loan

250 workstations (PCs, Macs, laptops, MacBook Pros)

Digital Media Studio with equipment (video & digital cameras, iPads, etc.) for checkout

Media Consultations

Group Study Rooms

Café on the Bridge




We STRONGLY recommend that graduate students who are doing more comprehensive research on a topic, to DIRECTLY use the databases in their subject area.

Marqcat Plus is a



It allows you to search simultaneously through a number of databases (including


It does NOT search

ALL of our databases, nor does it offer sophisticated searching.





http:// www.marquette.edu/library/research/index.shtml


http:// www.mu.edu/library/research/consultations.shtml






Thank you!

We hope to see you soon!

Have a great semester!

Ms. Kathy Lang

Chief Information Officer

Information Technology Services


Exceptional customer service (Help Desk) o

Technology leadership (CheckMarq, email, labs) o

Quality products and services (D2L) o

Proactive planning (IT Website, Alert Messages)

IT Services Help Desk

• Cudahy Hall, Second Floor

– 1313 W. Wisconsin

– Next to Raynor Library

• (414) 288-7799

[email protected]

• www.marquette.edu/its


– Outlook Web Access (OWA) http://emarq.mu.edu

Password Reset http://reset.mu.edu

Password Security Questions https://pwdreg.mu.edu/

Password Complexity

Maximum password age of 180 days

Minimum password age of 2 days

Maintain a password history of 2 passwords and not allow reuse

Must be a minimum of 8 characters

• Three of the following four categories:

– English uppercase characters (A through


– English lowercase characters (a through z)

– Base 10 digits (0 through 9)

– Non-alphabetic characters (for example,

!, $, #, %)


Student Records, including online registration, grades and schedules, change of

• address

Student Financials –

Bursar account

Guest Access


Microsoft Office 365 with OneDrive Storage


Windows PCs

Macs iPads iPhones/iPod Touches

Windows and Android phones

1TB of file storage


Group Collaboration

– MS Lync

• Instant Messaging (IM)

• Presence

• Web/video conferencing

• Application sharing

VPN Access

• Reach library research databases without entering your name and 14-digit library bar code

• Visit campus-restricted websites

Annual Allocation







Enrolled Students

• Must install drivers in order to print

• Double sided printing default

Help Desk


Safe Computing &


Password Reset

Secure your devices with Passwords

Never give out your password



IT Services Alert Messages

IT Services Alert

Welcome to Marquette

IT Services Help Desk

(414) 288-7799 www.marquette.edu/its [email protected]

Dr. Kevin Gibson

Associate Dean

Graduate School

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Welcome and Congratulations!

Graduate School Academic Requirements

Graduate School Supports and Resources

Minimum Grades

Graduate School requires a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.000 for graduation

Students also required to maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.000 throughout their programs

Additional Requirements to Maintain

Satisfactory Academic Progress

• “All degree graduate students must make substantial and visible progress toward their degrees.”

– In addition to course work, must make progress toward comprehensive or doctoral qualifying exam, thesis or dissertation, etc.

• Six-year time limit for master’s, 8-year limit for doctorate

Other Grounds for Warnings,

Remediation, or Dismissal

• Academic Dishonesty

Plagiarism, cheating, allowing another to copy one’s work, etc.

• Professional Integrity

– “…the utmost personal integrity and the highest standards of professionalism, including adherence to any commonly recognized codes of conduct or professional standards…”

• Professional Performance

– “All students in professional, laboratory, or clinical settings must maintain fully professional behavior at all times”

• Student Conduct Code

– Sexual harassment, failing to comply with reasonable directives, etc.

Career Services Center

Office Location:


Holthusen Hall, 1 st


1324 W. Wisconsin Ave.

(414) 288-7423

Website: marquette.edu/csc

Career Services Center’s Roles

Individual Career Counseling Appointments

Quick Help Drop-in Hours, daily 12-2 p.m.

MUCSC website

MU Career Manager

Career Fairs

Career Services Workshops and Presentations

Resources for Students


Academic and Professional

Development Resources


Student Life


www.marquette.edu/grad/ resources_stures.shtml

Beyond Boundaries

Ms. Sherri Lex

Assistant Director for Student Records

Graduate School

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Marquette University Workflow

Graduate School Website

Graduate Student Responsibilities


Marquette University Workflow




Graduate Students

• Graduate Bulletin

• Academic Calendar

• CheckMarq

• eMarq Email

• NewsBriefs

• Graduate School Webpage


• Administrative Assistant and Office Associate

• Adviser

• Director of Graduate Studies (DGS)

• Faculty

• Department Chair

• College Dean

Graduate School

• Admissions

• Financial Aid

• Records

• Assistant Dean

• Associate Dean

• Dean and Vice Provost for Research







Graduate Student Responsibilities

• Seek advising from your Department

• Pay attention to academic deadlines

• Read ALL informational emails from the Graduate School

• Reference “Important dates and weekly announcements”

• Read ALL NewsBriefs

• Update CheckMarq address and telephone information

• Become familiar with the Graduate School Website

Ms. Lizzie Kerrick

Admissions Coordinator

Graduate School


Student Life

Cura Personalis

• Graduate School - More than academics


Promotion of Faith


Service to Others

Service Opportunities

Center for Community Service

AMU 329 (414) 288-6873 marquette.edu/osd/service

Several large-scale service days

1. Hunger Clean-Up

2. Make a Difference Day

3. Urban Connection

•Habitat for Humanity

•Big Brothers/Big Sisters

•Special Olympics

Counseling Center

Holthusen Hall, 2 nd


1324 W. Wisconsin Ave., Rm. 204 (414) 288-7172 marquette.edu/counseling

• Personal short-term counseling

• Screening for depression, anxiety, alcohol and eating problems

• Career counseling

• Outreach & consultation services

• Emergency services

Center for Psychological Services

Cramer Hall, 3 rd


604 N. 16 th

St., Rm. 307 (414) 288-3487 marquette.edu/psyc/cps

• Non-profit mental health facility

• Operated by MU’s Clinical Psychology Graduate Program – students and faculty

• Affordable and effective treatment for diverse populations within the

Marquette community

• Evaluations of and treatment for psychological and educational problems

Marquette University Medical Clinic marquette.edu/medical-clinic/

• On-campus medical clinic and wellness center for all MU students

• Provides healthcare, prevention, and education

• Main Clinic in Schroeder Health Complex; Satellite walk-in clinic and wellness facility in 707 Building

• After-hours/weekends nurse line available free of charge to all MU students

(855) 839-5121

• All new students are required to complete immunization record and tuberculosis screening form through CheckMarq online.

• Student health insurance options can be found on MU Risk Management’s website at marquette.edu/riskunit/riskmanagement/student_health_insurance.shtml

Norman H. Ott Memorial Writing Center

Raynor Memorial Library, Room 240

1355 W. Wisconsin Ave (414) 288-5542 marquette.edu/english/writingcenter

• Individual writing consultations

• Workshops for writers

• Mini Writing Retreats

Campus Ministry

AMU 236, 1442 W. Wisconsin Ave.

(414) 288-6873 marquette.edu/cm

• Serve students of all • Faith formation faiths

• Worship opportunities

• Sacred spaces throughout

• Service programs

• Retreats

• Pastoral care campus

Fitness Centers

Helfaer Recreation Center and Tennis Stadium

525 N. 16 th

Street (414) 288-6976

Rec Plex, located in Straz Tower

915 W. Wisconsin Ave. (414) 288-7778

• Free to all students*

• Need ID Card to enter facilities

• Sports equipment available for check-out with ID

• Fees for court rentals, professionally-led classes


MU employees who receive full tuition remission may purchase a membership to the facilities

Public Safety

Parking Structure 1, 749 N. 16 th


Non-Emergency Phone: (414) 288-6800

Emergency Phone: (414) 288-1911

Urban campus – Use common sense

Blue Light phones – More than 450

Cameras on and off-campus – More than 600

Three ways MU can help you get around –

– Safety Patrol Foot Escorts (414) 288-6363

– Blue LIMO Door-to-Door Service (414) 288-6363

– White LIMO Express Service

Parking Services

Wells Street Structure, 1240 W. Wells Street

(414) 288-6911 marquette.edu/parking

Permits for One Semester or Both


24-Hour/Overnight Permits: $295-


Commuter Permits

Evening Only: $51/semester

Daytime Part-Time Student: $75/semester

Daytime Full-Time Student: $226/semester

Daily Visitor Fees

PAYABLE UPON ENTRY, Structures 1 or

2 only

$5/day; $3 after 5:00pm; $3 on weekends

Pay with cash, MasterCard or Visa.

Alumni Memorial Union


• Marquette Card Services Office

• Post Office / UPS Station

• Bus Passes and Public Transit info

• Full service U.S. Bank branch and ATMs

• Marquette Spirit Shop

Alumni Memorial Union


• Gender & Sexuality Resource Center

• Commuter Lounge

• Chapel of The Holy Family

• Islamic Prayer Room

• Center for Intercultural Engagement

AMU Food Services

• Marquette Place – Food Court style dining

• Lunda Room – Restaurant

• Brew Bayou – Coffee Shop

– Coffee Shops also in Cudahy Hall, Straz Hall, Raynor

Library Bridge, and Eckstein Hall (Law School)

University Bookstore

The Book Marq

818 North 16 th

Street (414) 288-7317 marquette.bkstr.com

• View book lists for courses on CheckMarq

• Place orders for books to be shipped or picked up on campus



• The greater MKE area has a population of 1.6 million people

• 600,000 in MKE proper

• 30 th most populous city in the U.S.

• Melting pot of cultures and ethnicities that are celebrated and showcased through festivals, restaurants, events, and more

• MKE County has nearly 15,000 acres of parkland

• 10 miles of lakefront shoreline

• 4 professional sports teams (Admirals, Brewers, Bucks, Wave)



• MKE is also home to…

• Summerfest - largest outdoor music festival in the world

• Harley-Davidson

• Miller-Coors, and several other, smaller breweries

• The Milwaukee Ballet

• Milwaukee Art Museum

• The longest running showing of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” (Oriental


• Bradford Beach

Marquette University

Graduate School

Thanks You!

Please remember to: o

Turn in your completed 2-sided evaluation o

Turn in your entry to win a door prize o

Visit with your GSO reps in the lobby