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Marquette University Graduate School New Student Orientation August 23, 2012 PowerPoint Presentation
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Marquette University Graduate School New Student Orientation August 23, 2012

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  1. Marquette University Graduate School New Student OrientationAugust 23, 2012

  2. Brief Overview of the University Graduate School Information Student Groups of GSO and PFF Dr. Jeanne M. HossenloppVice Provost for Research Dean of the Graduate School

  3. Founded in 1881 by the Society of Jesus University is named after Father Jacques Marquette (1637 – 1675), a Jesuit missionary and explorer Marquette University

  4. Statement on Human Dignity and Diversity As a Catholic, Jesuit university, Marquette recognizes and cherishes the dignity of each individual regardless of age, culture, faith, ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, language, disability or social class. Full statement at:

  5. Structure of the University There are 12 Colleges/Schools in the University of which the Graduate School is one College of Arts and Sciences College of Business Administration College of Communication School of Dentistry College of Education College of Engineering College of Health Sciences Law School College of Nursing College of Professional Studies Graduate School Graduate School of Management The Graduate School has no faculty of its own but works with all faculty and Colleges/Schools

  6. Graduate Statistics at MU 38 Master’s Programs 17 Ph.D. Programs 4 Professional Doctorates 37 Certificate Programs 12,002 total students 3,615 graduate/professional students 491 doctoral students 481 tenure track faculty 28% of our students go directly to graduate/professional study

  7. Marquette Mission: • Excellence, Faith, Leadership, and Service • Institutional Values: cura personalis and an integrated commitment to ethics • Graduate Education and Scholarship: • Intellectual rigor • Making a difference in the world Exploration, Discovery, Innovation Solving critical societal problems

  8. Graduate School Units Graduate School Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Office of Research Compliance

  9. Location of the Graduate School Holthusen Hall 1324 W. Wisconsin Ave., Room 305

  10. Recruitment Support for Departments: Viewbooks, Visitation Program, Fair Attendance Admissions Online Applications, Common Deadlines vs. Earlier Deadlines Graduate Assistantships 300+ Assistants (TAs, RAs or GAs), 20 hours of work required, Graduate School sponsorship for ACADEMIC YEAR Records Maintains Graduate Student Records, Graduation Audits, Thesis and Dissertation Review after Committee Approval, ETD Program Our Services Follow the Life of a Graduate Student

  11. Office Location: Holthusen Hall, Room 460D 1324 W. Wisconsin Ave. Mailbox #113 in AMU Lead Center Phone: (414) 288-5841 Email: Website: GSO’s Roles Advocating for students Facilitating inter-departmental communication Providing a social network Graduate Student Organization (GSO)

  12. Office Location: Holthusen Hall, Room 460C 1324 W. Wisconsin Ave. Phone: (414) 288-5957 Email: Website: PFF Program’s Roles Providing graduate professional development opportunities, e.g. workshops, seminars Creating an awareness of issues affecting the future of higher education Developing the knowledge and skills necessary for success in the job market Preparing Future Faculty (PFF)

  13. Email – Telephone – (414) 288-7137 Website – Facebook – Twitter – LinkedIn – Contact the Graduate School

  14. Clinical and Wellness Services University Immunization Policy Student Health Insurance Programs Dr. Carolyn SmithExecutive DirectorStudent Health Service

  15. Walter Schroeder Health Sciences & Education Complex Location: 545 N. 15th Street (SE corner Schroeder Complex) Phone: (414) 288-7184 Fax: (414) 288-1664 E-mail: Web site: service/ Hours: Mon.-Wed. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Thurs: 9:30a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. After-hours/weekends nurse line available free of charge to all MU students: 1-855-839-5121 Student Health Service – Location & Hours

  16. Student Health Service • On-campus medical clinic and wellness center for all MU students • Staffed by 4 physicians, 3 physician assistants, full complement of ancillary medical personnel (including dietician) • Operate on an appointment-based system – up to 60% of appointment slots available for same day • Appointments can be made in person, by phone, or online via secure web portal (accessed from our website)

  17. Student Health Service - Services

  18. Graduate Student Access • Pay a per-semester health fee ($142) • Entitles you to unlimited provider, nurse, dietician visits (no visit charge or co-pay) • Free core services and labs • Reduced fees on non-core services and labs • Fee-for-service • Pay at time of service for each visit/service/lab • Student Health Insurance Program • SHS is in-network provider • Pays 100% of charges for covered services • Co-pay and deductible waived at SHS • SHS will directly bill

  19. All newly admitted or readmitted students required to comply with MU immunization and TB screening policy Proof of immunization required for MMR, chicken pox, tetanus; screening questions for TB Failure to comply will result in a medical hold preventing future registration Form must be completed through CheckMarq Immunization Policy

  20. Immunization and TB Screening Form Instructions for completing your forms: • Go to • Enter your username and password • Once you have successfully accessed your student account, select the Next Step link • You now will see your Next Step dashboard • Complete the health forms.

  21. Student Health Insurance Program • Optional, voluntary program available to full and part-time graduate students • Coverage date: August 1, 2012-July 31, 2013 • Enrollment deadline is October 1, 2012 • Dependent coverage available to purchase • $100,000 maximum annual benefit • Option to purchase up to $250,000 major medical • Mental health benefits same as any illness • Annual premium $1,794.00

  22. Student Health Insurance Program (2) • HealthEOS Plus is preferred provider network ( • $200 deductible (IN)/$500 deductible (OUT) • Deductible & co-pay waived when treatment received at SHS, MU Sports Rehab • Covered services (100%): exams (inc. gynecological), labs, prescription drugs, immunizations, PT, dietician counseling • No benefit limits on Rx drugs ($15/$35 co-pay) • For brochures and enrollment forms, visit

  23. Student Health Insurance Plan (3) • Select Graduate School Plan provides university-subsidized coverage for certain graduate students • Qualified recipients should have received notification from the Graduate School • Benefits similar to Voluntary Plan • Option to buy additional major medical coverage and dependent coverage

  24. Raynor Memorial LibrariesNew Graduate Student Orientation Rose Trupiano Research & Instructional Services Librarian

  25. Raynor Memorial Libraries • 2 buildings connected via bridge • Open 104 hours/week • 24/7 access to Raynor Lib. 1st floor • Raynor Lib 2nd floor & Bridge Open 24 hours M-Th • Information Desk (for library research help & tech support) • IM Reference help • One-on-one Research Consultations with Librarians • 400+ periodical article and primary resource databases • Subject Research Guides and Subject Librarians

  26. 2.1 million volumes including • 1.8 million print books & items • 1.2 electronic books • 34,000+ electronic journals • 2, 600 current print journals • InterLibrary Loan • 250 workstations (PCs, Macs, laptops) • Digital Media Studio with equipment (video & digital cameras, I-Pads, etc.) for checkout • Media Consultations • Café on the Bridge








  34. Thank you! Have a great semester!

  35. Ms. Kathy Lang Chief Information OfficerInformation Technology Services Exceptional customer service (Help Desk) Technology leadership (CheckMarq, email, labs) Quality products and services (D2L) Proactive planning (IT Website, Alert Messages)

  36. IT Services Help Desk Cudahy Hall, Second Floor 1313 W. Wisconsin Next to Raynor Library (414) 288-7799

  37. CheckMarq Student Records, including online registration, grades and schedules, change of address Student Financials – Bursar account Guest Access

  38. eMarq Outlook Web Access(OWA)

  39. Password Reset

  40. Password Complexity • Maximum password age of 180 days • Minimum password age of 2 days • Maintain a password history of 2 passwords and not allow reuse • Must be a minimum of 8 characters • Three of the following four categories: • English uppercase characters (A through Z) • English lowercase characters (a through z) • Base 10 digits (0 through 9) • Non-alphabetic characters (for example, !, $, #, %)

  41. Desire2Learn

  42. Storage Quotas Student eMarq 1Gb Issue warning Prohibit send Prohibit send and receive D2L locker 70M

  43. Help Desk