With the main campus located in Huntington, West Virginia, Marshall is situated in the tri-state region bordering Kentucky and Ohio, with a population of 365,000 in the Huntington-Ashland-Ironton metropolitan area.
The Marshall Medical Center is a comprehensive, state-of-the-art facility that offers patients primary and specialty care outpatient services. For medical students, resident physicians and fellows in advanced training, the center provides a clinical education environment that is second to none.
The Forensic Science Center is located at 1401 Forensic Science Drive in Huntington, on the site of the former Fairfield Stadium just off Hal Greer Boulevard. The facility includes processing, preparation and PCR laboratories, as well as an analyst workroom and evidence locker room. There is also a Crime Scene House on 5th Avenue near Marshall’s Huntington campus, in which students can experience what may happen when arriving at the scene of a crime.
Located in a historic downtown Huntington building that once housed the Anderson-Newcomb Co. department store, Marshall’s Visual Arts Center comprises six floors. Students in art education, art history, fibers, foundations, graphic design, painting, photography and printmaking learn and create in the center, which also includes retail space and a 2,200-square-foot gallery on its first floor.
Marshall’s School of Physical Therapy is located in the St. Mary’s Education Center, located at 2847 5th Ave. in Huntington. It is a state-of-the-art facility that can house approximately 120 students.
Pharmacy students study at the Coon Education Building, which is located at the VA Medical Center in Spring Valley, near Huntington. It has more than 76,000 square feet of space and underwent a nearly $9 million transformation.
Marshall’s South Charleston campus is conveniently located near Exit 45 of I-64 at Jefferson Road. The campus provides advanced coursework to students in education, business, information technology and technology. There are also faculty offices, a library location, and the Kanawha Valley location of the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing (RCBI).
The Mid-Ohio Valley Center, located in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, near Pleasant Valley Hospital, offers students the opportunity to pursue bachelor’s degrees in nursing and social work, as well as the Regents Bachelor of Arts degree and a master’s degree in nursing with several emphases.
With an administrative office conveniently located on Route 34 in Hurricane, West Virginia, not far from the Winfield exit of I-64, the Teays Valley Regional Center is positioned to serve citizens in Putnam County and surrounding areas.
The Erma Byrd Higher Education Center, located at 300 University Drive in Beaver, West Virginia, near Beckley, is a cooperative site representing Marshall University, Concord University and Bluefield State College. Marshall’s course offerings there include undergraduate and graduate courses.