We would love for you to come explore our beautiful campus in Huntington, W. Va. We offer private campus tours Monday through Friday at 9 a.m., and 1 p.m. A member of our Admissions staff will guide you through campus, highlighting such locations as Drinko Library, the Recreation Center, and the Memorial Student Center and Fountain. Along the way your guide will answer any enrollment question you may have. And if you are a senior in high school, you can complete an application on the day of your visit and the $40 application fee will be waived.There are two ways you can register for a campus tour. You can call our office at 304-696-3646 or 877-GOHERD-1 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday, or you can register online. Please note that our online tour registration requires you to create a user account.
Pay a visit to campus from the comfort of your own home, or on your mobile device from anywhere in the world. We’ll guide you through the same route we provide on our on-campus tour, with stops at select buildings, providing you with information and video backgrounds on each facility. And with our 3-D map of campus, you’ll get a real world feel for what it’s like to walk around campus as a Son or Daughter of Marshall.
For a historical tour of campus, you can view the History of Marshall University tour on the CLIO app.
Enjoy a private tour of campus via Skype. During each live Skype session, a Recruitment Coordinator will take you for a personally guided tour. This knowledgeable staff member will highlight locations across campus and provide you with information on all things Marshall. Tours will be conducted one-one-one giving you an in-depth opportunity to ask questions. Each tour will last approximately one hour.
Will you be here during a time we are not open? You can still explore our main campus and learn more about Marshall University with our self-guided tour. Take your time walking through our beautiful campus. See if you can spot one of our famous squirrels and Tweet us your campus selfie @marshalluapply!
Join Marshall University’s Admissions staff as they show you around campus and answer 73 questions about what makes Marshall a great place to live and learn.
From the newly renovated Memorial Student Center, to Smith Hall Educational Complex, the Admissions – Recruitment staff (all Sons and Daughters of Marshall) will show you all the best places to study and hang-out on our compact campus, which was voted most beautiful in West Virginia.