Your studies at Marshall

At Marshall, the classroom might feel more like the family room. That is if your dinner table included professors at the top of their fields and immersive learning experiences. Our name-dropping faculty are equipped with top-of-the-line facilities so that you can take the tenets you learn in your classes and apply them in real time. Forensic science students, get your microscopes ready. The Crime Science House lets you put your hypothesis to the test in a mock crime scene. Hit the airwaves with your best radio voice at an award-winning radio station or make headlines at one of the oldest school newspapers in the country. Figure out the ups and downs of running a business from classes that mimic the realities and bring in industry leaders to advise. As a son and daughter of Marshall, we think of you as family. We want you to graduate and start your career with no surprises and complete confidence in your abilities.

Get to know your faculty

While studying for your degree courses, you don't have to worry about being one of many in a large lecture hall. Our 19:1 student-to-faculty ratio allows you to connect directly with your teachers and receive their undivided attention. So, you can feel comfortable asking questions and getting answers from seasoned leaders in the subject. Be ready to impress. You never know which remarkable faculty member might become your mentor for the rest of your career.

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Student support for Marshall

There may come a time during your studies when you'd like to seek extra help. There are many resources available at the INTO Marshall Center and all across campus to get you through any academic obstacle. Whether you’re looking for help writing a paper, studying for a test or preparing for TOEFL, GRE or GMAT tests, we've got you covered. Libraries, the Writing Center, the Tutoring Center and the Student Resource Center are all here at your disposal at no extra cost.

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