History and Mission
For over 100 years, colleges and universities have employed student services professionals to address the non-academic needs of their students. Administrators try to balance a concern for the needs of students with their responsibility to advance the educational mission of the institution. However, in their day to day interactions and decisions, the individual student remains a top priority.
At Marquette University, the Jesuit mission provides a values-centered context for learning, emphasizing Jesuit educational principles, such as holistic development, care for the person (cura personalis), justice, and service to the community. While these values are not taught in any formal way, they do provide ideals to which faculty, staff, and students may aspire.
In addition to the Jesuit mission, the Law School has a special relationship and duty to the legal community. As a result, law students learn certain ethical and professional standards that have been established by the legal profession.
The Law School's student services professionals provide a variety of services to students, including:
Occasionally, another university department has a special expertise or unique resource with which to address a particular student need. In these cases, the Law School professional staff will serve as a liaison between law students and the other office or department. Regardless of who serves as the end provider for a particular service, Law School staff remain interested when the welfare of law students is concerned. Examples of referrals include:
Below are links to a number of documents that will enable you to accomplish tasks commonly performed by most law students:
Please note that the links below are in Adobe Acrobat format.
(If you are unsure if you have the Adobe Acrobat Reader, please download the Reader from the Adobe.com website.)
- Directed Research
- Directed Research Printing Rights
- Examination Conflict Form
- Expense Reimbursement Form
- Graduate Assistant Form
- Graduate Assistant Printing Rights
- Graduate School of Management Permission to Enroll in Graduate Course
- Law School Application Copy Request Form
- Letter of Good Standing - General
- Letter of Good Standing For Studies Conducted At Another Law School
- Permission to Enroll in a Graduate Course
- Request for Name Change
- Unofficial Transcript Request Form
- Unofficial Transcript Forwarding Request Form
- Waiting List Form
Forms for Alums Only
- Unofficial Transcript Form for Alums Not for use by current students
- Law School Application Copy Request Form For Alums
Completed forms may be scanned and emailed to Law School Student Services, dropped off in Room 238 of the Law School, faxed to 414.288.6403, or mailed to Law School Student Services, Eckstein Hall, Rm. 238, PO Box 1881, Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881.