1 John Marshall Drive, Huntington, West Virginia, USA | Public University | Established 1837
Marshall University is composed of academic units that include the Colleges of Arts and Media; Business; Education and Professional Development; Information Technology and Engineering; Liberal Arts; Health Professions, and Science, as well as the Honors College; University College; the Graduate College; the School of Pharmacy; and the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. Founded in 1837, Marshall University offers a commitment to teaching, high-level research and professional training that prepare you to thrive in the world. You'll join a community where you're part of something larger than your own ambitions. You'll find a sense of belonging and nurturance that will help you achieve your full potential. You'll discover what it means to be one of the Sons and Daughters of Marshall.
Why Marshall University
At Marshall University, we change lives and inspire extraordinary futures. Our students attach high value to our small class sizes, having faculty members actively instructing in the classroom, the availability of intensive advising, exceptional student success resources, modern facilities, a growing global community and robust extracurricular programming.
Our faculty members are leaders, mentors and cultivators of talent. They are making a real difference in the lives of our students, many of whom arrive here with enormous potential but lack a reliable road map for academic accomplishment. Our alumni are the heart and soul of the Marshall family. They have gone on to lead Fortune 500 companies, win Pulitzer Prizes and become captains of industry, science, education and the arts.
We at Marshall aspire to foster a more diverse and inclusive campus community, and encourage such a community by promoting cultural awareness, collegiality, and by cultivating respect for diverse people and cultures.
Note: This school offers both pathway and direct entry programs. Pathway programs are designed for students who meet the academic requirements for the program but do not meet the required English language proficiency scores. In this case, the student will study English in combination with their academic program. If the student meets both the program’s academic and English language proficiency requirements for direct admission, apply to the direct entry program.
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