Academic and Technology Center
Robert C. Byrd Academic and Technology Center is named for senior US Senator Byrd in recognition of his efforts on behalf of education in West Virginia. The facility contains thirteen classrooms (including an electronic classroom) and the Robert C. Byrd Institute. On the first floor it also houses the Marshall University Graduate College Library, opened in the spring 1998 semester, which holds a core collection of 6,500 volumes and 420 journal subscriptions, and shares resources with libraries on the Huntington campus that include several databases through Marshall's Web gateway. A daily courier service delivers materials between the two campuses.