Marquette University

Marquette University

Marquette University, in 1540 It was founded according to the tradition of the Jesus Society, a Catholic sect founded by Ignatius Loyola. In 1881, under the name of Jacques Marquette, it was founded as a small social science school for men. There are currently about 11,500 students enrolled in various programs. Some of the programs offered at the University are Graduate Studies, Master of Business Administration, Law, Dentistry and Professional Studies. Students are offered accommodation in university dormitories.