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  • Marquette UniversityGraduate School New Student Orientation August 25, 2011

  • Dr. Jeanne M. HossenloppVice Provost for Research Dean of the Graduate School

    Brief Overview of the UniversityGraduate School Information Student Groups of GSO and PFF

  • Marquette UniversityFounded in 1881 by the Society of Jesus

    University is named after Father Jacques Marquette (1637 1675), a Jesuit missionary and explorer

  • Statement on Human Dignity and DiversityAs a Catholic, Jesuit university, Marquette recognizes and cherishes the dignity of each individual regardless of age, culture, faith, ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, language, disability or social class.

    Full statement at:

  • Structure of the UniversityThere are 12 Colleges/Schools in the University of which the Graduate School is one College of Arts and SciencesCollege of Business AdministrationCollege of CommunicationSchool of DentistryCollege of EducationCollege of EngineeringCollege of Health SciencesLaw SchoolCollege of NursingCollege of Professional StudiesGraduate SchoolGraduate School of Management The Graduate School has no faculty of its own but works with all faculty and Colleges/Schools

  • Graduate Statistics at MU34 Masters Programs17 Ph.D. Programs4 Professional Doctorates35 Certificate Programs11,806 total students3,693 graduate/professional students523 doctoral students484 tenure track faculty23% of our students go directly to graduate/professional study

  • Marquette Mission:Excellence, Faith, Leadership, and ServiceInstitutional Values: cura personalis and an integrated commitment to ethicsGraduate Education and Scholarship:Intellectual rigorMaking a difference in the world

    Exploration, Discovery, Innovation Solving critical societal problems

  • Graduate School UnitsGraduate SchoolOffice of Research and Sponsored ProgramsOffice of Research Compliance

  • Location of the Graduate SchoolHolthusen Hall1324 W. Wisconsin Ave. Room 305

  • Our Services Follow the Life of a Graduate StudentRecruitmentSupport for Departments: Viewbooks, Visitation Program, Fair AttendanceAdmissionsOnline Applications, Common Deadlines vs. Earlier Deadlines, I-9 Forms due within 72 hours of Start DateGraduate Assistantships300+ Assistants (TAs, RAs or GAs), 20 hours of work required, Graduate School sponsorship for ACADEMIC YEARRecordsMaintains Graduate Student Records, Graduation Audits, Thesis and Dissertation Review after Committee Approval, ETD Program

  • Graduate Student Organization (GSO)Office Location: Holthusen Hall, Room 460D 1324 W. Wisconsin Ave.Mailbox #113 in AMU Lead CenterPhone: (414) 288-5841E-mail: gso@marquette.eduWebsite:

    GSOs RolesAdvocating for studentsFacilitating inter-departmental communicationProviding a social network

  • Preparing Future Faculty (PFF)Office Location: Holthusen Hall, Room 460C 1324 W. Wisconsin Ave. Phone: (414) 288-5957E-mail: mupff@marquette.eduWebsite:

    PFF Programs RolesProviding graduate professional development opportunities, e.g. workshops, seminarsCreating an awareness of issues affecting the future of higher education Developing the knowledge and skills necessary for success in the job market

  • Contact Graduate School

  • Dr. Carolyn SmithExecutive DirectorStudent Health Service

    Clinical ServicesStudent Health Insurance ProgramsHealth Education

  • Student Health Service ClinicWalter Schroeder Health Sciences & Education ComplexLocation:545 N. 15th StreetPhone: (414) 288-7184Fax: (414) 288-1664E-mail:healthyeagle@marquette.eduWeb 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m.Thurs: 9:30a.m. 5:00 p.m.Fri. 8:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m

    Appointments required; same day availabilityOptions: per-semester health fee or fee-for-service basisStudent Health Insurance Program

  • Clinical ServicesUrgent/acute carePrimary careWomens health care/physicalsSuturing/minor proceduresAllergy shots, vaccines, TB testing

    Confidential STD and HIV testingSports medicineLab servicesDietician servicesTravel clinicFlu shot clinics at various campus locations

  • Immunization PolicyAll newly admitted or readmitted students required to comply with MU immunization and TB screening policyProof of immunization required for MMR, chicken pox, tetanus; screening questions for TBFailure to comply will result in a medical hold preventing future registrationForm must be completed through CheckMarq

  • Immunization and TB Screening FormInstructions for completing your forms:Go to your username and passwordOnce you have successfully accessed your student account, select the Next Step linkYou now will see your Next Step dashboard Complete the health forms.

  • Student Health Insurance ProgramTwo voluntary programs available to graduate studentsDiffer in benefits and premiumsNo co-pay or deductible for covered care received at the Student Health Service ClinicVisit student_health_insurance.shtml for student health insurance information, brochures, applications

  • Center for Health Education and PromotionLocation: 707 N. 11th Street, Suite 130 Phone:(414) 288-5217Web Education programs, such as:Womens and Mens HealthRelaxation, Yoga, NutritionCredit Card Debt, Gambling AwarenessHealth Promotion Activities, such as:Great American SmokeoutSexual Violence Awareness WeekNational Nutrition Month

  • Ms. Rosemary Del ToroLibrarianRaynor Memorial Libraries

    Libraries, Resources & Services

  • Ms. Kathy Lang Chief Information Officer Information Technology ServicesExceptional customer service (Help Desk) Technology leadership (CheckMarq, e-mail, labs)Quality products and services (D2L)Proactive planning (IT Web site, Alert Messages)

  • IT Services Help DeskCudahy Hall, Second Floor1313 W. WisconsinNext to Raynor Library(414)

  • CheckMarqStudent Records, including online registration, grades and schedules, change of address Student Financials Bursar accountGuest Access

  • eMarqOutlook Web Access (OWA)

  • Password Reset

  • Password ComplexityMaximum password age of 180 days Minimum password age of 2 daysMaintain 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 Z) English lowercase characters (a through z) Base 10 digits (0 through 9) Non-alphabetic characters (for example, !, $, #, %)

  • Desire2Learn

  • Storage QuotasStudent eMarq 1GbIssue warningProhibit sendProhibit send and receiveD2L locker 70M

  • Help Desk

  • Group CollaborationIMPresenceWeb conferencingApplication sharingComputer to computer calls

  • Annual Allocation$21.00

    Single-sided/SimplexBlack and WhiteColor8.5 x 11 (letter)$0.07$0.508.5 x 14 (legal)$0.07$0.5011 x 17 (ledger)$0.14$1.00Double-sided/DuplexBlack and WhiteColor8.5 x 11 (letter)$0.10$0.808.5 x 14 (legal)$0.10$0.8011 x 17 (ledger)$0.20$1.60

  • PrintWise NotesMust install drivers in order to printDouble Sided Printing Default 64 Bit Windows Client is supported

  • IT Services Alert Messages IT Services Alert

  • Welcome to MarquetteIT Services Help Desk(414)

  • Marquette University Graduate SchoolNew Student Orientation August 25, 2011


  • Dr. Tim MelchertAssistant Vice Provost for Graduate Programs and Associate Professor, Dept. of Counselor Education & Counseling Psychology

    Graduate School Academic RequirementsGraduate School Supports and Resources

  • Minimum GradesGraduate School requires a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.000 for graduationStudents also required to maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.000 throughout their programs

  • Academic ProbationAcademic probation is issued if:Cumulative GPA is less than 3.000F or U in any courseFirst semester on probation is automatic based on rationale that students deserve a second chance after earning low gradesA warning is issued if:Term GPA is less than 3.000 though cumulative GPA remains above 3.000

  • Second Probationary PeriodIf a student on probation fails to raise cumulative GPA above 3.000 in subsequent semester:Student can be placed on a second semester of probation, ORCan be grounds for dismissalDismissed students can apply for readmission

  • Additional Requirements to Maintain Satisfactory Academic ProgressAll 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 masters, 8-year limit for doctorateMay be insufficient for doctoral degree, but can apply for extension

  • Other Grounds for Warnings, Remediation, or DismissalAcademic DishonestyPlagiarism, cheating, allowing another to copy ones work, etc.Academic integrity reflects on ones personal integrityParticularly important at graduate levelHow can we recognize new creativity if past creativity isnt properly acknowledged?How can we recognize new knowledge or ideas if past knowledge and ideas are not properly identified?

  • Other Grounds for Warnings, Remediation, or DismissalProfessional Integritythe utmost personal integrity and the highest standards of professionalism, including adherence to any commonly recognized codes of conduct or professional standardsProfessional PerformanceAll students in professional, laboratory, or clinical settings must maintain fully professional behavior at all timesStudent Conduct CodeSexual harassment, failing to comply with reasonable directives, etc.

  • Other Grounds for Warnings, Remediation, or DismissalIf violation is a first offense and/or deemed to be less serious in nature, may receive:Reprimand, warning, F in course, withdrawal from course, remediation plan, etc.Repeat offense and/or serious violations can be grounds for dismissalIn clinical, laboratory, or other professional settings, student may need to be immediately removed to ensure patient or laboratory safety

  • Resources for

  • Academic and Professional Development

  • Student Life

  • Upcoming EventsCareer Exploration and Planning WorkshopsNon-profit: Sept. 12, 3:30-4:30 p.m., Holthusen 116KCorporate/industry: Sept. 13, 3:30-4:30 p.m., Holthusen 116KAcademic: Sept. 15, 3:30-4:30 p.m., Holthusen 116KExternal Fellowships and Scholarships WorkshopSept. 14, 12-1 p.m., AMU 163Graduate Student Organization

  • Mr. Carl WainscottAssistant Director for Student RecordsGraduate SchoolDeadlinesFormsContinuation CoursesGraduation

  • DeadlinesDeadlines are strictly enforced and assist students in preparing for graduation. They can be found:Online on the Academic CalendarOnline on our homepage, link Important Dates and DeadlinesThrough our monthly e-newsletter, MUGS News. Forward e-mail at your own risk!

  • DeadlinesDeadlines apply to everyone. Deadlines include:I-9 FormIncomplete GradesWithdrawing from a CourseApplying for GraduationOutlines for your Thesis, Professional Project, or DissertationDefending your DissertationComprehensive ExamsSubmission of your Essay, Thesis, Professional Project, or Dissertation

  • FormsForms for every actionAll forms are PDF writeable: type, print, sign and submitForms page link on homepage


  • Continuation CoursesAll degree graduate students must be registered every fall and spring term until graduation to maintain their active statusTypes of Continuation:Comprehensive Exam or DQE PreparationDissertation / Thesis / Professional ProjectField PlacementGraduate Assistant or FellowIf nothing else: Graduate Standing

  • Continuation CoursesAll Continuation Courses online on the Graduate Schools forms page$100 feeGraded SNC or UNCDo not earn credit hours toward degree they give a specific academic status

  • GraduationBe sure to apply each term you think you may graduate! Applications do not carry over.Departments and the Graduate School conduct academic audits of student records to determine eligibility to graduate.Theses and dissertations are submitted electronically. Sessions will be held to assist students with this step-by-step process.


  • Ms. Erin FoxDirector of Graduate AdmissionsGraduate School

    Campus Life

  • Service Learning and VolunteerismCura PersonalisGraduate School - More than academicsExcellencePromotion of FaithLeadership through Service to Others

  • OpportunitiesHunger Clean-UpHabitat for HumanityBig Brothers/Big SistersSpecial Olympics The Y One-on-One ProgramEngineers Without

  • Center for Psychological ServicesCramer Hall, 3rd Floor 604 N. 16th St., Rm. 307 (414) 288-3487

    Non-profit mental health facilityOperated by MUs Clinical Psychology Graduate ProgramOffers therapy to campus community for freeConducts evaluations of psychological and educational problems for a $100 fee, then offers state-of-the-art treatment on a sliding fee scale no insurance acceptedAdvanced graduate students offer confidential, high quality evaluation and therapeutic services for diverse populations under faculty supervision

  • Counseling CenterHolthusen Hall, 2nd Floor 1324 W. Wisconsin Ave., Rm. 204 (414) 288-7172

    Personal short-term counselingScreening for depression, anxiety, alcohol and eating problems Career counselingOutreach & consultation servicesEmergency services

  • Campus MinistryLocation: AMU 236,1442 W. Wisconsin Ave.(414) 288-6873

    Web site:

    Worship opportunities for several faiths and Christian denominations Sacred spaces throughout campusFaith formationService programsRetreatsPastoral Care

  • Fitness CentersHelfaer Recreation Center and Tennis Stadium 525 N. 16th 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 facilitiesSports equipment available for check-out with IDFees for court rentals, professionally-led classes

    *MU employees who receive full tuition remission are not eligible for the recreational privilege Contact Human Resources for information

  • Public SafetyParking Structure 1, 749 N. 16th St.Non-Emergency Phone: (414) 288-6800Emergency Phone: (414) 288-1911Urban campus - Use common senseBlue Light phones More than 300Safety Patrol Foot Escorts 5 p.m. - 12 a.m. (414) 288-6363Limo Service 5 p.m. - 3 a.m. (414) 288-6363Public Safety Officers

  • Parking ServicesWells Street Structure, 1240 W. Wells StreetPhone: (414) 288-6911E-mail: muparking@marquette.eduWeb site:

    Extended office hours until 6:00 p.m. Monday, Aug. 29 through Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011

  • Parking Services Parking Rates/OptionsOne Semester or Both Semester Permits

    Evening Only $51 / $102 (Valid after 4:00 p.m. in Lots F, Structures 1 or 2)Daytime Commuter Part-time...


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