<p>I have a 3.1 and a 25 on the ACT. what are my chances. i am an out of state junior</p>

<p>A bit low, I think. Marquette received 15,000 applications this year -- the most, ever. Their freshman class is only going to be 1,800! Thus, numbers are becoming more important with re: to admission at MU.</p>

<p>If you can trend upwards with your GPA through the rest of this semester and fall of senior year, and re-take your ACT in June/September/October, you'll vastly improve your chances. What about EC's? Race? What state are you from? Those could also be deciding factors.</p>

<p>I'm an OOS, URM, 30 ACT, 3.84, good/competitive EC's, varsity athlete. At my interview, I was told that I wouldn't be rejected, but stood a good chance of being waitlisted. It's definitely becoming a much harder school to get into.</p>

<p>I agree with Ibellibie. Next year is most likely going to get more competive. I got in this year with just a 24 ACT, 3.4 GPA, and I'm an URM from Milwaukee. But if I could have redone my junior year I would have added more EC's and took the ACT earlier and more than once. Since you still have time you should definitely try to raise your stats. Good luck!!</p>

<p>i got waitlisted this past year with a 1400/1980 and a 93/100 GPA with great recs and ECs. Good thing it wasn't on the top of my list</p>