Marquette at Night Facing east, this night-time view of Marquette features the Alumni
Memorial Union student center, Carpenter Tower residence hall, Straz Tower residence hall, the
spires of Gesu Church and Marquette Hall, as well as downtown Milwaukee.
Marquette's campus identity and beautification initiative has created a core campus and
revitalized the surrounding neighborhood. Here, it is evident on Wisconsin Avenue,
Marquette's "main avenue," lined with trees, custom lampposts and banners,
landscaping, signage, decorative fencing and portals marking the entrance to campus.
John P. Raynor, S.J., Library
The $55 million John P. Raynor, S.J., Library is a gateway to information from
around the world, merging state-of-the-art technology with conventional library
Raynor Library Information Commons
The John P. Raynor, S.J., Library features a 24-hour Information Commons on the
main floor, study areas, high-tech classrooms, a coffee house, a writing center and
more than 200 computer stations and thousands of online periodicals and e-books.
St. Joan of Arc Chapel
The St. Joan of Arc Chapel is a tiny haven for worship and reflection in the midst of a
bustling university campus. This 15th-century chapel is considered the only medieval
structure of its kind still used for its original purpose in the entire Western Hemisphere.
Inside the St. Joan of Arc Chapel
The St. Joan of Arc Chapel, a remnant of 15th century France, holds Mass on weekdays at
noon while classes are in session.
Alumni Memorial Union
The Alumni Memorial Union is a gathering place for students, alumni, faculty, staff, and guests.
Shop, eat, study, worship and have fun here.
Campus Town is a place to live and to shop. You'll also find the Union Sports Annex, where
students can bowl, get something to eat, play some hoops, or go to a dance.
Union Sports Annex
The Union Sports Annex is an urban playground with a restaurant, bowling center and sport
court. On a visit during the 2004 NCAA Final Four, ESPN columnist Jim Caples called it the
"best place to watch a game."
Bowling at the Annex
The Union Sports Annex Bowling Center has 12 computerized, league-sanctioned lanes.
Activities include everything from open bowling to Cosmic bowling with glow-in-the-dark pins.
School of Dentistry
The Marquette School of Dentistry is one of the newest dental schools built in the United
States. Our beautiful 120,000-square-foot dental school and clinic - Wisconsin's only -
offers the most advanced clinical resources and instructional technology available,
supporting a dramatically different, one-of-a kind curriculum developed by our faculty to
better prepare students for dental practice and patient care.
Dental Pre-clinic Simulation Lab
Dental students hone their skills on mannequins in the pre-clinic simulation lab. The high-tech
labs and equipment at the School of Dentistry replicate the dental offices in which students will
Al McGuire Center
The Al McGuire Center is named for Marquette's legendary men's basketball coach. A
true gem of a building, the center includes strength and conditioning and sports medicine
facilities, an academic center for student-athletes, administrative offices, practice areas,
and a “Walk of Champions” to honor Marquette’s rich athletics history.
Al McGuire Center
The Al McGuire Center is home to the Marquette women's basketball and volleyball
teams. It is also the practice facility for the men’s basketball team. All Marquette student-
athletes use the center's strength and conditioning and sports medicine facilities,
academic center and practice areas.
Cudahy Hall Atrium
Katharine Reed Cudahy Hall's central atrium extends to all five of its floors. A skylight
roof canopies over the atrium, lending a luminous, open atmosphere to all 103,000
square feet of the building. Cudahy Hall is home to the Department of Mathematics,
Statistics and Computer Science as well as Information Technology Services.
Haggerty Museum of Art
The Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, an award-winning building, hosts a
dozen special exhibitions each year, featuring works from all periods and diverse
Haggerty Museum of Art
The Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art features more than 8,000 works from
Old Masters to contemporary art. Shown is Pieta, a 1945 Florentine reproduction of the
Michelangelo original. The bronze sculpture depicts Mary holding the body of Christ after
Inside Gesu Church
Gesu Church is a Milwaukee Archdiocese parish administered by the Jesuits. It holds
five daily masses and attracts more than 2,500 worshippers on weekends.
Gesu Church’s Rose Window
This stained-glass rose window in Gesu Church captures the heart and soul of
Marquette's Jesuit tradition. Although it is a Jesuit-sponsored parish in the Milwaukee
diocese, because of its location Gesu Church is considered by many to be the spiritual
center of the Marquette campus.
Johnston Hall is Marquette University's oldest building. Opened in 1907, Johnston once
housed everything from science labs to Jesuit quarters, and is now home to the College
"Christ Arisen" is a contemporary sculpture that was donated by the parents of a
Marquette student. The sculpture can be seen in front of the Marquette Jesuit
Named after the 17th-century Jesuit missionary-explorer, Marquette Hall houses the
College of Arts and Sciences and Undergraduate Admissions. In the tower of Marquette
Hall is the university carillon, a set of 48 bells weighing 32 tons.
Clockwise from top left, Straz Tower, McCormick Hall, Cobeen Hall, Carpenter Tower
and Schreoder Hall,O’Donnell Hall and McCabe Hall (new in 2009).
(Residence Halls not pictured include Mashuda Hall, Abbottsford Hall and Humphrey Hall.)
A new student services building, Zilber Hall, has been built on the north side of Wisconsin
Avenue between 12th Street and 13th Street on the site of the former 1212 Building. The
130,000 sq. foot, four story building, brings together the Offices of the Bursar, Registrar,
and Student Financial Aid in a common service center. In addition, Zilber Hall also houses
the Offices of Admissions, University Advancement, and other administrative units .
Named in honor of Ray & Kay Eckstein, who gave a state of Wisconsin record $51
million to the Marquette University Law School, Eckstein Hall will be the home to the Law
School. Over 800 members of the Marquette and Milwaukee community attended the
Groundbreaking on May 23, 2008.
Opened in August 2011, the first phase of a new home for Marquette’s College of
Engineering features the Jaskolski Discovery Learning Lab, a state-of-the-art
Materials & Structural Testing Lab, and other space dedicated to changing the way
we provide an engineering education.
(Clockwise from top left) The Todd Wehr Chemistry Building (renovated in 2006), Straz Hall
housing the College of Business Administration and the Graduate School of
Management, Emory Clark Hall (home of College of Nursing) and Lalumiere Hall with it’s
distinctive honeycomb windows,