Custodian/Janitor (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – September 9, 2018
I have no complaints I have worked for Marquette and it has helped me keep my family at home with a roof over our hear and food on the table. I have the opportunity to attend school with free tuition which supports me a lot I am able to teach my daughters how to work hard every day and to study in school it is a blessing.
Assisant Director (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – April 20, 2018
Nepotism and the good 'ole boy network is still very alive on the campus. The mission and Cura Personalis image that they advertise is definitely not how things are on campus. Very poor leadership and management of upper administration. Students are not listened to and decisions are made on biases rather than the good of the students and University as a whole.
Their promises of caring for the whole person is not displayed. Care is for those with connections and while they claim they are all about caring for non-traditional students, they are not and are just looking to tick the boxes, so to speak.
Fair salary (unless in the inner circle) and no professional advancement
Laidback but Productive work environment with a great staff.
Milwaukee Police Department Intern (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – March 22, 2018
Teaches great communication and leadership skills for interacting with all types of people and personalities. Its dependable work but also very compatible with each persons schedule outside of this job.
Rec Staff (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – March 15, 2018
Typically a day at work only consisted of working with customers at the Gym, however I did not learn anything by working there. The people I worked with were extremely nice and I enjoyed their company, however the pay was low, and the work itself was boring.
Raynor Memorial Library Information Assistant (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – March 6, 2018
You get to be productive and study while you are working, while learning from librarians. You become a great resource for students and faculty. You get to learn how to improve your research skills and how to handle certain research tools.
Student Employment Coordinator (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – February 18, 2018
This fun student run program has its ups and downs since the turnover is frequent. Students do not stay around for too long since they graduate, but the experience is still a good one. Management could be better.
Primarily a teaching institution with limited research stature.
Research Professor (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – February 1, 2018
Maarquette is an excellent undergraduate school, albeit with a limited graduate research record and limited capabilities. Its strengths include Business, Pharmacy and Nursing Schools, with associated support from biology, chemistry, and the social sciences.
City campus; connection to Aurora & Froedtert Healthcare Systems
Small Jesuit school, competitive with several small private universities and larger public UW Milwaukee.