1 October 2012
Marquette is ranked No. 63 by high school and private independent school guidance counselors in 2012. It’s located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Marquette is known for its outstanding academics, and varying majors. Additionally, Marquette is a Catholic Jesuit college, which means there are a lot of spiritual bases in finding God in everything that is done. This means in education we can find some inspiration to do better and be better, no matter what is one’s faith or traditions; the common ground for almost everything is education and its importance. With a degree from Marquette comes a lot of bragging rights, and is highly looked upon. When applying for a job Marquette stands out on a resume over most universities and colleges. Marquette is one the best universities offered in Wisconsin besides UW Madison. I believe I would like to further my first class education with Marquette because of great programs offered and the greater spiritual background received with a degree.
Marquette is a top notch school and attracts a lot of perspective students, but turns them away with $40,000+ tuition a year, including room and board. To help with tuition Marquette offer a lot of scholarships to the most deserving students, and also have a great program for work grant for working for paying for college as in the cafeteria. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (known as the FAFSA) is a form that can be prepared annually by current and prospective college students (undergraduate and graduate) in the United States to determine their eligibility for student financial aid (including the Pell Grant, Federal student loans and Federal Work-Study). Also, student loans are very reasonable and sometimes money is taken off by volunteering and community participation. Marquette and Madison are two of the best universities Wisconsin has to offer. While this is very high, this should not turn away...