Every new semester, Marshall University undergoes a transition with the arrival of new sons and daughters. We are by your side as the Marshall community grows and changes in exciting new ways. Parent and Family Services can assist you and guide you through the resources and administrative processes of the university. Think of us when you have any questions about campus, housing, student organizations, or anything concerning your role in your student’s college success.
Be sure to check back here for exciting updates, featured college articles and more from Marshall University’s Office of Parent and Family Services!
Click here for the latest issue of the Parent and Family Newsletter with topics including the new Vice President for Student Affairs, Maurice Cooley; Homecoming Schedules; Student Affairs Showcase and more!
Marshall University Parent & Family Facebook Group
Marshall University Parent Programs would like to invite you to join our new parents group made just for you! We have recently removed the parent page because we wanted to give parents and families of the Herd a chance to not only get information but to communicate back! Here, you will meet hundreds of #MarshallUFamilies, connect with Sons and Daughters of Marshall in your own town and learn all there is to learn about Marshall University.
We will continue to update this website, but we will also share fun Collegiate Parent articles, informative reads about topics like Summer Preparation, First Semester Jitters and Final Year Logistics.
Parent Session Orientation Slide Show
If you would like to review the information given during the 2019-20 Orientation Parent Session, please visit the link below. Our full slideshow is available, so check it out and always ask if you have any questions at all.
Parent and Family Newsletter
Would you like to stay up-to-date on the news around campus? Sign up for our Monthly Parent and Family Newsletter here!
With great stories on featured families, student resources and academic and athletic events, the Parent and Family Newsletter is a great way to stay in touch with your young adult’s future alma mater.