Graduate Student Opportunities and Information
We've assembled a list of resources on this page that may be helpful to stay connected with NMU, fund your education, explore Marquette and more.
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- Gender Neutral Bathroom Location List
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- Research Information
- Wildcat Student ID Card
- Writing Center
Office of Graduate Studies and Research Trainings
Our department regularly covers topics like thesis formatting and submission, research compliance, grant funding, and how to present research. Thesis and research trainings will have both daytime and evening presentations in order to best meet the needs of our graduate student body. Trainings are usually 1 hour long and light refreshments are provided.
NMU's Career Services Office hosts a variety of skill builder workshops throughout the year where students can learn about honing resumes and cover letters, preparing for interviews, and more. Workshops hosted by Career Services are open to all NMU students, and last approximately one hour.
Access to the Outdoors
The NMU Recreational Sports department can help you explore the natural environment of Marquette and the Upper Peninsula with equipment from the Outdoor Recreation Center. Rental items available include camping, boating, and snow equipment, such as sleeping bags, snowshoes, cross country skis, stand up paddleboards, and kayaks.