An important part of the Kanawha Valley community, the South Charleston campus serves Marshall University students at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Offices Represented in South Charleston
The South Charleston campus has representation from a number of important divisions of the university, and more than 35 faculty members have their offices here as well.
- Graduate Programs in the College of Education and Professional Development
- Graduate Humanities
- College of Business
- Graduate Admissions
- Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing
- College of Information Technology and Engineering
- Office of University Communications
- Information Technology
An extensive collection of art is part of the South Charleston campus, the work of more than 30 West Virginia artists. It includes media as diverse as as oils, photography, quilt, woodcuts, glass, and porcelain, as well as others.