Graduate Student Researcher (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – January 3, 2019
There's a broad range of research conducted here with great faculty members. There's an active organization of graduate students working to improve grad student life. Cost of living is relatively low compared to our stipend.
Graduate Assistant (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – November 14, 2018
I was a part time graduate assistant so I didn't get the benefits full-time employees enjoy, but I would highly recommend getting a full time job there because one of its perks is free tuition for employees, their spouses, and their children.
Global Student Assistant (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – October 11, 2018
1. Develop the ability to multitask by providing administrative support to students while coordinating various projects for staff members 2. Coordinate and communicate with prospective and admitted students regarding academic and student life questions
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