• Student-athlete scholarship recipient
    Scholarship in Our Soul
    "Receiving a scholarship to Marquette was everything to me and my parents." - Djdade, Engineering Student.
  • Undergraduate scholarship recipient walking in Milwaukee
    We are Called to Keep the Promise
    Marquette has a strong history of scholarship giving. Watch Jazzmine's story and consider how you can help.
  • Graduate school scholarship recipient leaning against a window with books
    An Overwhelming Gift
    "Having people invest in me ... completely changed my life"- Jenn, Graduate Student. Read her story.
  • Cristo Rey students at Marquette
    Creating A Pathway to Higher Education
    Scholarship helps make the Marquette experience accessible. Champion scholarship giving for first generation and diverse student populations.

Ways to Support Scholarship

Scholarship tops every university’s wish list because it’s always needed. Here’s how you can help.

Annual Fund Scholarship Support

  • Scholarship Funds: Support students from a specific college.
  • Blue & Gold Fund: Support our student-athletes.
  • Bridge to the Future:Support students whose unforeseen financial circumstances threaten their ability to continue at Marquette.
  • Urban Scholars Scholarship: Support high-achieving low-income scholars with a history of leadership and service.

Immediate-impact Scholarships

  • Established at $50,000 and at $25,000 for fully unrestricted gifts.
  • Can be named for you, your family or someone you wish to honor, and provides the opportunity to learn about and meet your scholarship recipients.

Endowed Scholarships

  • Established at $100,000 for undergraduate funds or $50,000 for graduate and professional-level funds.
  • Can be named for you, your family or someone you wish to honor, and provides the opportunity to learn about and meet your scholarship recipients.

Estate Gifts to Scholarship

  • Leave a legacy of scholarship support in your estate planning.

Champion a Specific Scholarship Cause

  • Diversity
  • First-generation college students
  • Merit-based or need-based
  • Graduates from Milwaukee-area high schools
  • Graduates from Jesuit high schools
  • “Cura Personalis” Giving Bundles: Pair scholarship with support for Mission & Ministry, the libraries or Student Affairs

We’re called to keep the promise of accessible education. Will you?