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Note: Students at Marshall University may designate their address information as being confidential, and thus will not be listed in the Electronic Phonebook.
Student Information on this page came from the Student Database. Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of the Registrar. Employee Information on this page came from the Human Resources Database. Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of Human Resources.
Clio is your guide to the history around you. Clio enables users to select from a variety of locations with historic value. Apps for Apple / Android too.
New Document Delivery Service for Huntington Campus Faculty & Staff! Click here for more details.
Borrowing Textbooks From Other Libraries - For textbooks not owned by the Marshall University Libraries you may try EZ-Borrow. Unfortunately due to National Interlibrary Loan policies we are unable to order current textbooks through our Interlibrary Loan Department (ILL). Any request submitted through ILL for textbooks will be cancelled.
EndNote is an advanced tool for managing bibliographies, citations, and references. Click here to obtain installation files and support materials. Your Marshall email address is your "username".
Click here for the list of University Licensed Software available to students and to faculty/staff on the IT computer images at Marshall University.
Click here for how to access The Chronicle of Higher Education. The Chronicle is a major news service for United States academic affairs, and has been a finalist and winner of many journalism awards.
Everyone may now access library services, MU Online, and much more, by signing on to myMU using their MUNET username and password. Take a look at Off-Campus Services for other off campus library services.
Need a quiet place for group meetings or studying? Reserve a room in Drinko Library. Small (2 individuals), medium (3-4 individuals) and large (5-10 individuals) rooms are available. Music listening equipment is located on the third floor.