Open Houses, Information Sessions, and Visit Opportunities
The best way to preview your experience as a Marquette law student is to attend one of our open houses, information sessions or individual visits.
To arrange a Law School visit, contact the Office of Admissions at (414) 288-6767 or submit your request online. Our visits fill quickly! We strongly encourage you to make arrangements at least one week in advance of your visit. Class and faculty visits require at least two weeks advance notice.
The Law School’s Ray and Kay Eckstein Hall is located at 1215 W. Michigan St., Milwaukee, Wis. Directions are available here. For visitors from out of town, Marquette has compiled resources on hotels near campus.
SPRING 2014 DATES WILL BE POSTED SOON
Saturday, October 19, 2013, 10 a.m.
Saturday, November 23, 2013, 10 a.m.
RSVP for a Marquette Law open house.
Open houses are our most comprehensive look at Marquette Law School, featuring admissions and financial aid information, an overview of full- and part-time enrollment options and a panel featuring several current students. Optional tours of the Law School are available prior to the open house.
Friday, September 20, 2013 11:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Eckstein Hall, Room 263
Friday, November 8, 2013 11:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Eckstein Hall, Room 263
Friday, December 20, 2013 11:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Eckstein Hall, Room 263
Spring 2014 Dates TBA
RSVP for Information Sessions.
The Office of Admissions offers several other information sessions throughout the year. These sessions provide information about admissions, financial aid, enrollment policies and procedures, curriculum, intellectual and student life, and more.
To ensure productive sessions, we request that prospective students arrive prepared to ask questions.
We recomend that prospective students call the Office of Admissions at (414) 288-6767 the morning of a scheduled information session to confirm that the session will take place.
It is not necessary to schedule your attendance at an information session in advance, nor is attendance at an information session mandatory of applicants.
Questions that will be addressed on your visit
- The law school application and admissions process
- Law school programs and requirements
- Student services and student life
- Marquette Law School tuition and costs
- Financial aid options: scholarships and loans
- Career planning
Marquette Law School tour includes
A tour of the Law School led by a current law student is scheduled to follow each information or precede each open house. Tours will explore the entire facility.
- Ray & Kay Eckstein Law Library
- Tory Hill Cafe
- On-site fitness center
- Student study rooms
- St. Edmund Campion Chapel
- Smart classrooms
- Two state-of-the-art courtrooms--appellate and trial
- Aitken Reading Room
- Conference cener
- Zilber Forum
The Office of Admissions is open most weekdays for individual visits that may include a meeting with an admissions officer, an information session, law school tour, class visit, and/or faculty visit.
Because our availability changes throughout the year, please be certain to contact the Office of Admissions to make your visit arrangements. Most visits last between one and three hours. Contact the Office of Admissions at (414) 288-6767 or submit your request online. At least two weeks advance notice is recommended.
Are you interested in getting a taste for what you might experience in law school? Class visits are available during the academic year. Two weeks advance notice is required. Please contact the Office of Admissions at (414) 288-6767 for further details or submit your request online.
Do you have an interest in a particular area of law? Would you like to meet one of your potential future professors and talk about law school and the law? Faculty visits are available during the academic year, and on a limited basis during break sessions. Faculty visits are available to admitted students. Two weeks advance notice is required. Admitted students should contact the Office of Admissions at (414) 288-6767 for further details and availability.
Attend an information session on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 with a focus on ethnic diversity. While very similar to the information sessions described above, this session will specifically focus on ethnic diversity in Law School and feature the perspective of current students from ethnically diverse backgrounds. Those who attend the Multicultural Information Session are invited and encouraged to attend our Annual Alumni/Student Diversity Reception following the information session. Find more details here. Register for Multicultural Information Session.
Marquette alumni who began their education as part-time students influence the legal profession in the courtroom and the boardroom, in government agencies and in private practice. Discover how law school can fit into your schedule. We invite you to learn more about the part-time program.