What are the top 3 reasons someone should attend Marquette University?

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Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2019

The top three reasons to attend Marquette University are: to experience the fulfilling and complete Jesuit education, to have no problems meeting new and friendly people, and to develop your faith with God.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2018

  1. Stellar academics with professors who really care.
  2. A strong sense of community. You won't feel lost in the crowd, and can truly make a difference here.
  3. The campus is gorgeous. It is also a manageable size and is located in the heart of the city.
Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2018

The top three reasons to come here are (1) branding (2) values and (3) a great education. Marquette is a well-known school, so being able to say that you graduated from here really helps. There are alumni all over the country and Marquette does a good job of connecting you with them if they can help open doors for you. Marquette is also known as “being the difference” is really helps volunteer and try to make a difference in the Milwaukee area, even the littlest things can help improve and Marquette really makes an effort to give back to the community. The education here is top quality. They also push you harder and really challenge you to think outside the box. They help prepare you for the jobs you might have in the future.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2018

There are so many reasons to attend Marquette. The top three are: to get an amazing education that other universities can't match, to meet great people who will be your friends for the rest of your life, and be prepared for the real world so you can contribute and give back to the community that has given so much to you.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2016

If you like the sense of a close community where everyone knows each other and would be willing to help one another out, Marquette is the best place to be. On top of that, you will get to experience all four seasons while you attend your classes.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2016

1) There is a huge family atmosphere at Marquette. It is a great size because you know a lot of people, but it is not so small that everyone knows every detail about your life. 2) Being in the city of Milwaukee is wonderful. There is so much to do from a fun perspective. There are also a ton of internship possibilities. 3) Marquette pride. After meeting many former alum, it is clear that MU pride goes with you forever.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2018

1) The atmosphere and group of people 2) The Food (a variety of options) 3) The High quality programs

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2018

Marquette University is a very well-known school, meaning there will be a lot of connections after college in the real world. Someone who is looking for lifelong friends, a great education, and wants to give back to the community should attend Marquette University.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2016

The academics, the downtown location and all the opportunities for growth and networking. Because Marquette is an urban location many people find internships and careers within the area

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2018

It's in Milwaukee, which is a fantastic city, despite what some people may say, MU values diversity, and the teaching staff are fantastic and really strive to help students meet their goals.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2017

The Jesuit values and liberal arts requirements of Marquette really allow you to learn and expand your knowledge as an educated person due to required courses such as Intro. to Philosophy and Ethics. Although the 2014-15 season was rough, but Marquette Men's basketball has a great reputation and the games are so much fun. Also, the Women's basketball team, and both Men and Women's soccer teams are very good, free and fun to watch. Finally, alumni are very loyal to other Marquette alumni. Marquette allows you to make connections easily with jobs and internships in the city as well.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2017

The top three reasons someone should attend Marquette University are education, friendships, and opportunities.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2018

Great school that offers a lot of opportunities, holds a long standing reputation, offers support to students like not other.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2018

There are many reasons that someone should attend Marquette. Primarily, the academics is the greatest reason, of course. The professors are great and really hands on with you, which isn't always something easy to find. Another reason is just for the great experience. Milwaukee has so much to offer students, let alone the Marquette campus does. There will never be a time where you can honestly say that you don't have anything to do. We get a lot of great benefits and even discounted Bucks game tickets. A final reason that someone should choose Marquette over any other college is because of the strong student body. Although it isn't the most populated school, everybody comes together as one for student events and athletic games. Marquette University should be one of the top choices for everybody! Go Golden Eagles!

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2017

I think the top 3 reasons that someone should attend Marquette is because it has small class sizes which allows for the teacher to student relationship to be more personal and easy, where as a larger class size would be intimidating. Secondly, for a student like me with a disability, it allows for accommodations and it is small enough where all the buildings are located relatively close to one another or within walking distance. Last, Marquette is a school with a good reputation and a good program for students who want to be future teachers and that is exactly my plan.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2018

This university 1) provides a high-quality academic education; 2) a diverse population in an urban setting; 3) a private Catholic university's Jesuit passion for the pursuit of education.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2015

The top three reasons anyone should attend Marquette University are because of the wide range of majors the school has. The University has a great nursing, dental, and engineering program to offer to all who attend. Secondly the university can offer students an experience of downtown, inner-city night life. Lastly, Marquette University has a great basketball program, featuring the Golden Eagles.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2017

Community. Experience. Opportunity. Marquette has an incredible community atmosphere which I've found hard to compete with. Marquette offers TONS of different experiences if you choose to take them - there are opportunities at every turn. You get what you put into Marquette - if you search, you'll find something worth pursuing.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2018

People should attend Marquette for its highly regarded education, quality of professors and the alum network.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2017

The top 3 reasons someone should attend Marquette University are because the city of Milwaukee is awesome and full of life, the campus is compact and easy to navigate, and the people who attend are genuine and real.

Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2019

  1. Strong Catholic background of the university
  2. Located in the heart of a great city, Milwaukee.
  3. Small-school class size feel
Anonymous, Student, Marquette University, Class of 2015

1) Want a college where you feel at home and part of a family? Come to MU! 2) Marquette has great academics and graduates students who are successful in both their careers and lives in general. 3) MU has so many different opportunities for students -- study abroad, internships, community service, student organizations, etc.

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