Marquette University Holds Ceremony in Celebration of New Residence Hall
Marquette broke ground on its new residence hall today.
The $96 million project is part of what the university is calling their "master plan."
President Michael Lovell shared what future students can look forward to inside this new dorm.
According to Marquette Today, President Lovell announced,” “For Marquette University to be among the top Catholic and Jesuit institutions in the world, it all must start with the student experience. We have to think and act differently and embrace new ways of living and learning for our community.”
The co-ed residence hall will be home to 750 students freshman and sophomore students. The two separate buildings will combine in the center by a dining hall and campus community space.
The residence hall is scheduled to open its doors for the 2018-19 school year.