According to the faculty handbook, they have a major role to play in making recommendations. It's a good time to figure out whether they are getting the information they need to ensure that this is a fair, transparent and data-driven process. You can find a list of the current Faculty Council members here. You can also send an email to email@example.com
You can also submit your feedback directly to the workgroups through a campus-facing website. You will need to be connected on campus or through Marquette’s VPN, but you can follow this link to let the working groups know what you think about this process or to ask questions about whether the university has really exhausted all of its options prior to considering layoffs.
Write to members of the University Academic Senate and express your concerns. You can find a list of current members here.
Reach out to Students for MU Faculty, a student organization in support of the hundreds of Marquette faculty at risk of losing their jobs, and ask them how you can help their efforts.
Your opinion matters. If you tell Marquette’s senior administration you disapprove of these cuts, and want to find a solution that preserves Marquette’s community and core values, they might listen.
If you are a current student, reach out to your advisor to find out if you will be able to graduate on time if these radical cuts are made.