Marshall University's roots run deep. We are named for the fourth chief justice of the United States, John Marshall, and were founded in 1837. With a main campus in the heart of Huntington, West Virginia, we're home to more than 13,000 students. Our university offers more than 150 majors, and features accredited schools of medicine, pharmacy and physical therapy, where class sizes average 21 students. Join us and learn what it means to be a Son or Daughter of Marshall.
Visit campus during one of our Green & White Days and see why it was voted most beautiful in West Virginia. Explore what Marshall has to offer on a campus tour and get a more in-depth look at your intended major by interacting with award-winning faculty in your chosen college. You’ll also have a chance to experience our residence halls and learn about living on campus. >