Marquette University, Milwaukee
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Our son is in his 3rd year at Marquette and loved it from year 1. He loves the campus in the city and the classes are challenging. He is active in 2 clubs, I highly recommend joining a club/activity. ... read more »
Amazing how time stops when you walk around and your mind sees things the way you saw them, or more so the way you felt them, decades earlier. Marquette has become a beautiful campus, but like other u... read more »
If you enjoy college campuses, this is a great urban campus. Many great buildings including several wonderful chapels, a really nice on campus library, and a small but quality art museum. However, I w... read more »
Best network I have ever seen. I was in the business college (Accounting and Finance) and had multiple competitive offers well before I graduated. The education, professors, amount of things to do, and placement office are top notch. It costs a lot, but the results speak for themselves. I now have access to a network that rivals or exceeds anything I have seen. If you get the chance and you are in a business area, you should seriously go here.
I graduated a few months ago and if I could re-do college, I'd do it the same way. Marquette is one of the most amazing places. The university, as well as Milwaukee, will always be near in my heart. I look forward to going back and visiting when I can. Milwaukee is an absolutely underrated town. I'd recommend Marquette University to any and everyone. We are Marquette!
i'm thinking of going to Marquette for cross country and track and field after my 12th grade year
As much as I love my undergrad school because I was able to be drunk every single day and get a 3.0 GPA, it's just not a good deal on education. You pay WAY too much for attending this private school. The law school is also WAY over priced. If you want to be an engineer, spend your money wisely and go to an in-state public school.
Unkind and unwelcoming! Young administrative staff is far more concerned with University policy than the people it is supposed to serve.
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