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Marshall is a public graduate school in Huntington, West Virginia. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 3,757 graduate students. Of the 53 graduate programs offered at Marshall University, 6 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Marshall University are Educational Administration, Business, and Medicine. 43% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
One John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755

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I am so happy that I have chose Marshall University to continue my education. I was upset to leave home and my family. Marshall from day one has made me feel like home. EVERYONE is more then willing to help if you have a question about anything. I have made great friends, the teachers are willing to help and want to see you succeed. The campus is beautiful and with MUPD I feel very safe on campus. Marshall also has so many great activities for you to do and it makes for great memories and opportunities to meet new people. I am honored to say I am a daughter of Marshall. I will continue to represent this amazing school in everything thing I do.
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I began classes with Marshall as a high school student but chose another college after graduation. I transferred back to Marshall as a non-traditional student several years later and am very happy with the education I received. Marshall has a nice campus and professors who care about their students (at least in LCOB which is where I was mainly). I felt that the environment in classrooms fostered growth and challenged students enough to engage them without being discouraged.
I will be continuing my education through one of Marshall's graduate programs and would recommend others to this University.
I went to Marshall for undergrad, then to another university for my first graduate degree, and am so excited to be returning back to Marshall for my next degree. I love this school, its programs, facilities, staff, etc. I can't recommend it highly enough.