We take the Jesuit educational principle, Care for the Whole Person (cura personalis), very seriously at Marquette University Law School. In a special way, this value is expressed through our desire to listen to our students and to help them sort through the many personal changes they will experience while attending law school. We are always mindful that a student is more than just a mind. Our concern is for the whole person, and encounters with students often present an opportunity to discuss emotional, physical, or spiritual matters as well as academic issues. Student affairs professionals stand ready to counsel students on a wide range of non-academic issues.