As a student, you have to balance and budget your money and time. However, your college years should be about more than studying and achieving a degree. It is a time to explore interests and make connections. So, take time to expand your life and get involved in extracurricular activities, such as clubs, organizations, and volunteering on campus and in the community. How you need and want to spend your money and time should be considered when you are searching for Marquette University housing. Your housing should be affordable, near campus, and within easy access of walking, biking, or public transportation and other places you will be going.
Clubs and Organizations
The Office of Student Development at Marquette University can help you find clubs and organizations that interest you. You can find groups that help you explore your field or a field in a secondary interest. You could also get involved in student government in preparation for participating in your community after you graduate. These activities will give you the opportunity to interact with other students in and out of your field and at other academic levels.
Volunteering on Campus
Volunteering on campus is another way of interacting with other students with values similar to yours while making a difference for an issue that is important to you.
Volunteering in the Community
Volunteering in the Milwaukee community again lets you interact with people, who have similar values as you while making a difference. It also gives you the opportunity to work with people of different ages and backgrounds. In addition, you will be making contacts that can continue after you graduate.
If you are searching for Marquette University housing that will fit in your budget and be accessible to campus and other places around Milwaukee, contact Lark on 14th online.