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  1. Marquette UniversityGraduate School’sNew Graduate Student Orientation August 23, 2012 Welcome!

  2. Announcements Campus tours are being offered from 4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. and start in the lobby. Tours last approximately 30 min. The last tour leaves at 5:15 p.m.

  3. Did you know…? Marquette University was founded in 1881 by the Society of Jesus, a Catholic religious order established in 1540 by St. Ignatius Loyola.

  4. Announcements Attention Graduate Assistants: All university employees, including graduate assistants, are required to pass Marquette University’s Sexual Harassment Training online. Results must be submitted to the Department of Human Resources within 60 days of their start date. Visit marquette.edu/hr online for more information.

  5. Announcements Enter to Win! Complete the entry form in your packet with your name, phone number, and e-mail address. Turn in the entry form to any GS staff member, and we will enter your name into our drawing! Prizes may be picked up at the Graduate School.

  6. Announcements Neighborhood bookstores will be open until 6 p.m. tonight.

  7. TRIVIA CHALLENGE When did the Raynor Library open?

  8. TRIVIA CHALLENGE The answer to “When did the Raynor Library open?” is: August 4, 2003. The library dedication, held on Sept. 19, 2003, featured actor Martin Sheen, who received an honorary degree. 

  9. Announcements Marquette ID Cards The MarquetteCard Office in the AMU’s Union Station (1st floor) will be taking photos for ID cards before the presentation, from 4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m.

  10. Announcements Parking Permits Apply for your parking permit in the lobby prior to the presentation. Then, obtain your permit in the Parking Services Office at a future date. Already bought your permit online? Your permit is available for pick-up now from Parking Office representatives stationed in the lobby.

  11. Announcements Update Your Contact Information Online Keep your address and telephone number/s current on CheckMarq. Instructions are available at marquette.edu/mucentral/ registrar/how_updatedirectory.shtml

  12. Announcements Attention Graduate Assistants: The rules and guidelines for your award are online at marquette.edu/grad/finaid_rules-assist.shtml

  13. Announcements Informational Booths in the lobby from 4:30 to 6 p.m.: • Marquette Central, representing Student Financial Aid, Bursar, and Registrar • Preparing Future Faculty • Graduate Student Organization • Student Health Service • Raynor Memorial Libraries • IT Services • Public Safety • Athletics • Sports Facilities • Career Services Center

  14. Did you know…? The Graduate School is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We are located in Holthusen Hall, 1324 W. Wisconsin Ave., Room 305

  15. Did you know…? Official correspondence will be sent to your MU eMarq email account. To learn more about eMarq, see marquette.edu/its/help/emarqinfo/ emarq.shtml

  16. Announcements Marquette ID Cards The MarquetteCard Office in the AMU’s Union Station (1st floor) will be taking photos for ID cards before the presentation, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

  17. Marquette UniversityGraduate School’sNew Graduate Student Orientation August 23, 2012 Welcome!

  18. Announcements Neighborhood bookstores will be open until 6 p.m. tonight.

  19. Announcements Campus tours are being offered from 4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. and start in the lobby. Tours last approximately 30 min. The last tour leaves at 5:15 p.m.

  20. Announcements Informational Booths in the lobby from 4:30 to 6 p.m.: • Marquette Central, representing Student Financial Aid, Bursar, and Registrar • Preparing Future Faculty • Graduate Student Organization • Student Health Service • Raynor Memorial Libraries • IT Services • Public Safety • Athletics • Sports Facilities • Career Services Center

  21. Did you know…? The first college building stood at the corner of 10th and State Streets until the 1970s

  22. Announcements Orientation Evaluation Please complete the 2-sided evaluation form found in your folder. Give your evaluation to any Graduate School staff member as you leave. We use your comments to shape future orientations.

  23. Announcements Informational Booths in the lobby from 4:30 to 6 p.m.: • Marquette Central, representing Student Financial Aid, Bursar, and Registrar • Preparing Future Faculty • Graduate Student Organization • Student Health Service • Raynor Memorial Libraries • IT Services • Public Safety • Athletics • Sports Facilities • Career Services Center

  24. Announcements Enter to Win! Complete the entry form in your packet with your name, phone number, and e-mail address. Turn in the entry form to any GS staff member, and we will enter your name into our drawing! Prizes may be picked up at the Graduate School.

  25. TRIVIA CHALLENGE When were the first graduate degrees conferred at Marquette University?

  26. TRIVIA CHALLENGE The answer to “When were the first graduate degrees conferred at Marquette University?” is: 1889 - first master’s degrees 1916 - first doctoral degree

  27. Did you know…? Official correspondence will be sent to your MU eMarq email account. To learn more about eMarq, see marquette.edu/its/help/emarqinfo/ emarq.shtml

  28. Announcements • Contact the Graduate School • Email – first.last@marquette.edu • Telephone – (414) 288-7137 • Website – marquette.edu/grad • Facebook –bit.ly/MarquetteGradSchool • Twitter – twitter.com/mugradschool • LinkedIn – bit.ly/MUGradSchool

  29. Announcements Enjoy light refreshments in the lobby until the start of the program!

  30. Announcements Informational Booths in the lobby from 4:30 to 6 p.m.: • Marquette Central, representing Student Financial Aid, Bursar, and Registrar • Preparing Future Faculty • Graduate Student Organization • Student Health Service • Raynor Memorial Libraries • IT Services • Public Safety • Athletics • Sports Facilities • Career Services Center

  31. Announcements Attention Graduate Assistants: There must be an I-9 form on file for you in the Graduate School before you may legally work. Federal law requires you to complete the form no later than 72 hours after your first workday. Fill out the form in the Graduate School, Holthusen Hall, Room 305, and bring the required ID.

  32. Marquette UniversityGraduate School’sNew Graduate Student Orientation August 23, 2012 Welcome!

  33. Announcements Enter to Win! Complete the entry form in your packet with your name, phone number, and e-mail address. Turn in the entry form to any GS staff member, and we will enter your name into our drawing! Prizes may be picked up at the Graduate School.

  34. Announcements Campus tours are being offered from 4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. and start in the lobby. Tours last approximately 30 min. The last tour leaves at 5:15 p.m.

  35. Did you know…? Not every campus can boast its own art museum. Marquette University is home to the Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, which features more than 8,000 works from Old Masters to contemporary art. Admission is free and the museum is open seven days a week.

  36. Announcements Neighborhood bookstores will be open until 6 p.m. tonight.

  37. Announcements Attention Graduate Assistants: There must be an I-9 form on file for you in the Graduate School before you may legally work. Federal law requires you to complete the form no later than 72 hours after your first workday. Fill out the form in the Graduate School, Holthusen Hall, Room 305, and bring the required ID.

  38. Announcements Enjoy light refreshments in the lobby until the start of the program!

  39. Did you know…? Marquette University has set consistently high standards for itself which have resulted in accreditation and approval of its academic programs from 24 organizations and associations.

  40. Announcements Enter to Win! Complete the entry form in your packet with your name, phone number, and e-mail address. Turn in the entry form to any GS staff member, and we will enter your name into our drawing! Prizes may be picked up at the Graduate School.

  41. Announcements Parking Permits Apply for your parking permit in the lobby prior to the presentation. Then, obtain your permit in the Parking Services Office at a future date. Already bought your permit online? Your permit is available for pick-up now from Parking Office representatives stationed in the lobby.

  42. Announcements Informational Booths in the lobby from 4:30 to 6 p.m.: • Marquette Central, representing Student Financial Aid, Bursar, and Registrar • Preparing Future Faculty • Graduate Student Organization • Student Health Service • Raynor Memorial Libraries • IT Services • Public Safety • Athletics • Sports Facilities • Career Services Center

  43. Did you know…? • Brief History of the St. Joan of Arc Chapel, • Located in the Middle of Marquette’s Campus • 14th or 15th Century: Constructed in southeast France; • 1926: Acquired by Mrs. Gertrude Hill Gavin, who had it transferred to her estate on New York’s Long Island; • 1962: Estate passed into possession of Mr. & Mrs. Marc B. Rojtman; • 1964: The Rojtmans presented the Chapel to Marquette and had it dismantled and sent to the campus for the university to reconstruct; • 1965: Reconstruction started in July; • 1966: Chapel was dedicated May 26. • Tours offered 7 days a week!

  44. Announcements • Contact the Graduate School • Email – first.last@marquette.edu • Telephone – (414) 288-7137 • Website – marquette.edu/grad • Facebook –bit.ly/MarquetteGradSchool • Twitter – twitter.com/mugradschool • LinkedIn – bit.ly/MUGradSchool

  45. Did you know…? Official correspondence will be sent to your MU eMarq email account. To learn more about eMarq, see marquette.edu/its/help/emarqinfo/ emarq.shtml

  46. Announcements Marquette ID Cards The MarquetteCard Office in the AMU’s Union Station (1st floor) will be taking photos for ID cards before the presentation, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

  47. Announcements Orientation Evaluation Please complete the 2-sided evaluation form found in your folder. Give your evaluation to any Graduate School staff member as you leave. We use your comments to shape future orientations.

  48. Did you know…? NCAA Athletics The university offers partial to full athletic scholarships in all varsity sports, including: Basketball, Cross Country, Lacrosse, Soccer, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track, Golf, and Volleyball

  49. Announcements Update Your Contact Information Online Keep your address and telephone number/s current on CheckMarq. Instructions are available at marquette.edu/mucentral/ registrar/how_updatedirectory.shtml

  50. Marquette UniversityGraduate School’sNew Graduate Student Orientation August 23, 2012 Welcome!