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Marshall University 馬歇爾大學 (西維珍尼亞州 WV)

Features

Marshall University has a beautiful campus, not too big and not too small. The campus is very lively and they try to offer many different activities to get students involved. The professors are willing to work with students to help them get the grade that they deserve. The atmosphere that Marshall’s campus is a very welcoming and it is a good place to learn and live.

Benefits of INTO Marshall Pathway Program

*  Take your first steps toward earning a US university degree at one of America’s leading, regional institutions

*  Study on a safe, secure and friendly campus including hundreds of clubs & activities to choose from

*  Live, learn and have fun with students from all around the US and across the globe

*  Enjoy full access to all university resources, services and facilities

*  Have small classes taught by university instructors

*  Earn academic credits that apply toward Marshall University degree programs

*  Progress to a Marshall University degree program upon successful completion of a Pathway

 

Major Areas of Study

BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT & MARKETING, EDUCATION, ENGINEERING, ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE/LETTERS, FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES/HUMAN SCIENCES, HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND RELATED CLINICAL SCIENCES, LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES, GENERAL STUDIES AND HUMANITIES, MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS, MULTI/INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES, PARKS, RECREATION, LEISURE, AND FITNESS STUDIES, PHYSICAL SCIENCES, PSYCHOLOGY, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SOCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONS, SECURITY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES, SOCIAL SCIENCES, VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS

The Basics
Setting Suburban
School Type Public 4-Year Research University
Tuition ~US$
Housing Dorm
Popular Subjects Commerce, Engineering
Current Weather http://www.theweathernetwork.com/weather/united-states/west-virginia/huntington
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/marshallu
Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyM6Kor2sH4&list=PLpEiIirSdd2VoPu3syCe1X-VI0cu1Kw_g&index=5
Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshall_University
School Website https://www.facebook.com/marshallu
General Information
State West Virginia (WV)
Location Huntington
Nearest City Charleston
Environment ~10,000 (undergraduate)
Campus Size 100 acres
Year Founded 1837
Level Offered Bachelor, Master and Ph D
Enrollment ~10,000 (undergraduate)
International ~3%
Student-to-Teacher ~19:1
ESL Yes

Student life and activities

There are many activities and fun things to do on the Marshall University campus and in the town of Huntington.

 

Marshall Memorial Student Center

The Marshall Memorial Student Center is the hub of student life on campus. It includes the Student Resource Center, Marshall Bookstore, a computer lab, several restaurants, Starbucks, the student ID office and an electronic post office. Wireless internet is available throughout the building as is comfortable seating for studying or lounging with friends.

 

Student Clubs and Organizations

Whether you want to build your resume by participating in a pre-professional society, or are looking for fun in the great outdoors, Marshall’s nearly 200 student organizations have something for you.

Learn about other cultures and religions, perform community service, or start a club of your own. All it takes is 10 interested students and a faculty advisor, and you can start the next great student organization at Marshall. Popular clubs and organizations include:

American Marketing Association

American Society of Civil Engineers

Buddhism and East Asian Spiritual interest

Chinese Students and Scholars Association

Democracy Matters

Forensic Identification Association

Health Occupation Students of America

International Student Organization

Outdoor Adventure Club

Pharmacy Club

Student Environmental Action Coalition

Various Countries' Student Association

 

Huntington, West Virginia

Marshall University is located in Huntington, West Virginia, a small, safe town of 50,000 people in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains along the Ohio River.

Although Huntington is only a few hours’ drive from major metropolitan areas, the state’s population density is considerably less than the national average and the state is considered one of the nation’s safest. The cost of living in West Virginia is, on average, lower than the rest of the United States. 

 

The wild and wonderful West Virginia

One of the best things about living in West Virginia is the variety of activities you can enjoy. You can:

* test your wilderness skills with a camping or backpacking trip

* hit the slopes for a day of skiing or snowboarding

* spend your day kayaking or white water rafting down the New River Gorge National River,        just a short drive from campus

* enjoy the West Virginia landscapes from above while rock climbing

* explore the 1,200 kilometers of hiking trails while mountain biking

* soar through the New River Gorge on zip lines

 

 

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