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1250 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53233, USA

11 Reviews

  • Anynomous
    15 April 2018

    When to go visit was really a nice welcoming college and helped solidify my college choice about them

  • Anynomous
    09 March 2018

    Marquette offers a great college experience and a fantastic education for well rounded young adults. Marquette is located in a fun city that is going through a healthy revival with a large community of people under 40 deciding to live in the city instead the the burbs. It's a Jesuit school, so the school and students are more conservative than public land-grant universities. We were impressed with the indications of community service, tolerance, and good works that we observed practically everywhere we looked. It was the only school we saw that had postings on their student boards for volunteer work and community service. Marquette also offers deep academic resources. Strong Alumni organization.

  • Anynomous
    17 December 2017

    Poor guidance and mentoring for undecided students, blatantly liberal agenda. Save your money, go somewhere else!

  • Anynomous
    06 November 2017

    Supposed to be a Catholic College, but instead it's full of spoiled whiny pretentious millennial snowflake PC libtards.

  • Anynomous
    24 October 2017

    We visited for the whole architectural experience, and there is plenty of that. The campus is very nice and you can experience the entire areas in a short period of time. A highlight of the visit was the Joan of Arc Chapel that is on campus grounds. It was moved from France and reassembled in Milwaukee.

    It's a pleasant stroll and if you are looking to occupy some time I suggest it you will not be disappointed.

  • Anynomous
    02 October 2017

    Visited it once with one of my friends, and it looks really amazing!

  • Anynomous
    18 July 2017

    I made a lot of friends here, but I wasn't challenged academically, and this university is WAY too pricey.

  • Anynomous
    02 June 2017

    Best 4 years of my life.
    MaryMargarette grace-dubois

  • Anynomous
    06 May 2017

    This is a terrible school that doesn't tolerate any views from conservative perspectives. This is another joke of an institute that has lost its mind and is ruled by political correctness and it's poisen.

  • Anynomous
    04 April 2017

    I decided to transfer. Minimal funding for the humanities, so if your want to major in English, philosophy, history, etc maybe consider transferring for the sake of your education. I'm not exaggerating either- some of the adjuncts who work here have even told me to do this. The student body and some of the staff are incredibly arrogant, rude, and competitive. You will be stereotyped based off of where you come from- especially if you are from Illinois. I found that the people here don't try and get to know you for who you really are, even considering the fact that both you and them ended up at the same university. When I told my advisor I was planning on transferring, he scoffed and told me "Transfer wherever the h*** you want, my commission won't be affected" and then proceeded to tell me he had no clue how the transfer process worked, scoffed at me again, and told me "good luck". The dorm food is low quality, and to eat healthy you basically have to risk your life by crossing an on-ramp to the highway to get to Straz aka the dorm with the healthy food. There isn't much to do in the college town, and Milwaukee is a lot further away and more unsafe to get to than how the brochures portray it.

  • Anynomous
    24 August 2016

    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.