Almost any day is a great day to visit our campus through our daily tour and presentation program. We offer tours Monday through Friday (excluding university holidays) at 11 a.m., Mondays and Fridays at 2 p.m., and on select Saturdays at 11 a.m.
Each campus visit begins with a student-led walking tour that takes you through our entire campus and highlights such locations as the Drinko Library, the Recreation Center, and the Memorial Student Center. Each tour lasts approximately one hour. Upon finishing the tour, you will receive a presentation from one of our recruitment coordinators which covers the admissions process and provides you with the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
There are many optional activities that you can participate in while visiting Marshall’s campus, such as meeting with a professor, sitting in on a class, or visiting the university bookstore. Please let us know when scheduling your tour if you would like to make additional appointments.
If you are interested in scheduling a campus visit, please contact our office at (304) 696-3646 or at 1-877-GO-HERD-1.
Green and White Day is an all-day event intended for high school juniors and seniors who would like a more in-depth look at what Marshall University has to offer. Students and parents will have the opportunity to meet with professors, tour campus, and hear from current students about all things Marshall. You can view a sample agenda of the day here.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Green and White Day is coming up on Saturday, April 25th and we hope you’ll join us! Click here to register. You may also call the Office of Recruitment at 304-696-3646.
Marshall University welcomes teacher/counselor-led groups, classes, clubs, and organizations to our campus. We have a suggested itinerary for different age groups, but can also accommodate special requests. We will personalize your tour to meet your group’s needs Monday – Thursday (excluding holidays). Please note – there may be limitations due to availability of staff, room locations, and group sizes. Requests given with advance notice are more likely to be accommodated.
If you can't make it to Marshall University for an in-person campus tour, you can still explore our campus though our campus video tours.
Our campus video tours provide an opportunity to explore our Huntington, WV campus through the eyes of current and former students.