Marshall University Overview
Marshall University is a public comprehensive university with a rich history as one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in West Virginia. Founded in 1837 and named after Chief Justice John Marshall, definer of the Constitution, Marshall University advances the public good through innovative, accredited educational programs.
The University offers a wide range of high quality, affordable, and accessible undergraduate, graduate, and professional education that prepares students to think, learn, work, and live in an evolving global society.
Life at Marshall
You will feel right at home in one of Marshall University’s 9 residence halls for undergraduate students or our residential apartment community for graduate students. Either way, you’ll be close to campus facilities, activities and services, and be part of a dynamic college community where you’ll learn, grow, make lifelong friends.
Choosing to live on campus can ease the transition to college life. Living on campus means you will be more plugged-in to the campus community and have more opportunities to join clubs, attend campus events, meet new people and develop friendships.
Why Choose Marshall University
The Marshall Edge
Ranked As One Of The Top Public Universities In The South
STEM Designated Programs with OPT Extension
$5,000 Scholarship through University HUB
Range of Academic Programs to choose from
Accredited By The Higher Learning Commission
Diverse Student Body From 60+ Countries
TOEFL iBT – 80, IELTS – 6.5, Duolingo – 105
GPA – 2.5 on a 4.0 scale
GMAT/GRE is waivers available
Letter of Recommendation (LOR)
Two letters of recommendation
Transcripts detailing undergraduate coursework of an acquired BA, BS or any undergraduate bachelor’s degree
Resume/CV, Credential Evaluation required for International Students