Find Out How to Publish a Personal Web Page

Marshall University allows students, faculty and staff space to create a personal webpage.

This PDF guide will provide you instructions on creating your personal web folder.

What’s Happening on Campus?

Marshall University maintains several different event and activity calendars that can be used to keep up with various events happing on campus.

  • Academic Calendar – provides a list of dates, deadlines, and event information related to the academic semester
  • R25 Calendar – provides a list of events scheduled throughout campus that make use of the various rooms and facilities available
  • Campus Event Calendar – provides a more complete listing of all events happening on the MU campus and in the nearby community. Students and student groups can also request to have their own events added to this calendar.

Printing and Copying on Campus

Color laser printing is available at the public computer workstations in the University Computing Facilities (UCF) labs, which use the Pharos UnipriNT network printing system. When printing successfully, the Pharos UnipriNT system debits the user’s Marshall University Herd Points account for the cost of a print job.

You can find complete details on using the networking printing system by downloading and reviewing this document.

Setting up Marshall Student Email on a Mobile Device

Download instructions in PDF format that will walk you through setting up your Marshall University email on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android, or Windows device.

Student Guide to Information Technology

Wherever you go to school and whatever you choose as a major or future career, you’ll be using computers and other information technologies. It makes sense to check out the technology environment at the schools you’re attending.

The Student Guide to Evaluating Information Technology on campus, in the form of questions, is based on the guide developed by EDUCAUSE in cooperation with the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Offi cers (AACRAO) and the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC).

Understanding MUNET and MUID Accounts

Marshall University currently uses two account systems to identify you as a user on various computing systems.

This document explains the two systems, what the differences are, and how each is used.

Where is Wireless Coverage Available on Campus

Download and review the Marshall University Wireless Map to easily determine which areas of campus have wireless coverage.

Coverage areas are identified on the map as either full, partial, or no coverage. Your specific experience will depend on your device as well as other variable factors.

Wireless Setup Instructions

Several PDF documents are available to help you get your laptop, desktop PC, or mobile device connected to the campus wireless network.

Select from the following instructions to choose the most appropriate for your situation.