The Alumni Memorial Union Event Services website provides a central hub of resources
related to planning and executing events on Marquette University's campus. Several
university departments are represented including Sodexo Dining services/Catering,
Facilities Planning and Management, Office of Engagement & Inclusion, Office of the
Registrar, Parking Services and University Special Events.
To request campus space, please select the link below or phone (414) 288-7202. You will be further directed based on your affiliation to Marquette University.
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The Alumni Memorial Union Event Services Office collaborates with several campus offices, including Sodexo Dining Services/Catering, Facilities Planning and Management, Office of Engagement & Inclusion, Office of the Registrar, Parking Services and University Special Events. Each of these contributors plays an active role in events that take place on campus.
Marquette University Alumni Association
The Marquette University Alumni Association executes, manages and promotes events both on-campus and off-campus for university alumni, donors and friends.
For more information about the programming offered by MUAA, please visit the MUAA Events and Reunions page.
Alumni Memorial Union Event Services
The AMU Event Services Office serves as a resource to the entire university, providing expertise and guidance in the planning and implementation of events hosted by individual colleges, departments, registered student organizations and off campus groups.
Our experienced staff is available to help plan your entire event, from creating the right atmosphere to choosing a dessert that will compliment your email to coordinating your audiovisual needs.
Feel free to contact us at (414) 288-7202. Our office is located in room 245 of the Alumni Memorial Union or contact one of our staff members directly.
Senior Event Coordinator
Facilities Planning and Management
Facilities Planning and Management manages building & general systems maintenance, custodial services, grounds, mail services, parking, planning & project delivery and trucking.
In some instances your event may require equipment and/or furnishings that are not included in the standard set up of a particular academic space. For delivery of tables & chairs or to have furnishings removed or relocated a Facilities Services Request should be submitted.
For more information and a full list of their services, please visit the Facilities Planning and Management site.
The Parking Service Office is responsible for all parking on campus, including surface parking lots, parking structures, and restricted areas such as the malls and loading zones.
For more information, please visit the Parking Services page.
Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar's main responsibility is to maintain current academic records and preserve for history. Additionally, they are responsible for assigning academic classroom space. After all classes have been assigned, use of general pool academic classroom space can be reserved through the Office of the Registrar for use by university departments and registered student organizations to hold university related meetings.
Academic space is defined as space in any building in which the dean of a college/school or an academic department chair is housed and any space used for academic classes/labs, regardless of location.
University departments can request general pool classroom space online through the Office of the Registrar using 25Live.
Registered student organizations and off campus groups should contact the Alumni Memorial Union Event Services Office in person, AMU 245 or by calling (414) 288-7202. Online requests are also accepted.
Note: The Varsity Theater and Weasler Auditorium are shared locations between the Alumni Memorial Union and the Office of the Registrar and can only be reserved through the AMU Event Services Office.
University Special Events
The University Special Events (USE) team manages the planning and execution of events for the Office of the President, selected events requested by the University Leadership Council, events hosted by the Board of Trustees, and significant university-wide and community events. USE serves as a centralized event planning office to support the university's mission and priorities through event engagement for both internal and external audiences.
For more information, please visit the University Special Events page.