Admitted Non-Degree: Post-Baccalaureate + Post-Master’s

Graduate Admissions
Admitted Non-Degree: Post-Baccalaureate + Post-Master’s
Congratulations on Your Admission to Marshall University!
If you are a newly admitted graduate non-degree student, you’re ready to take your next steps to enroll in Marshall University in Huntington, WV. (If you are not a newly admitted graduate non-degree student, please visit our Admissions page to get more information about other types of students who apply and are admitted to Marshall University.)

This is an exciting and busy time, so we make the process of enrolling in Marshall as easy as possible. The following will serve as your Admitted Student Checklist to complete the various tasks required to join Marshall.

We’re excited to help you begin your journey toward becoming a Son or Daughter of Marshall!

If you need more help, please contact the Office of Admissions. Let’s get started!

Looking to Apply?

If you're looking to apply to Marshall, please complete the Enrollment Checklist to become a Marshall graduate student!

Graduate Non-Degree Steps
Register for Orientation
As a new graduate student at Marshall, you’ll take part in a special orientation program to prepare for your graduate study at Marshall University. During Orientation, you will:
Obtain your student ID and learn about Marshall’s student resources and support services
Hear from Marshall graduate alumni and meet new Marshall classmates
Attend a closing reception at the home of Marshall’s President
Activate MyMU Account and Get Your Campus ID
You will receive an MUNet Login username that provides access to the Marshall network and computing infrastructure.

You will use your MUNet username and password to log into myMU, the Marshall University portal to a variety of online services and to the Internet. Use this portal to register for classes, check email, view grades, check financial aid status, and make secure payments.

Your student ID card will be necessary for virtually all in-person business you transact with the university. Your first step will be to get your ID picture taken at the Campus ID office on the first floor of Drinko Library. To collect your ID, you’ll also need to present a valid, government-issued photo ID is required. On the Huntington campus, you can get your ID picture taken at the Campus ID office in the lower level of the Memorial Student Center.

Determine Your Advisor
Each graduate program has one or more faculty appointed as a Graduate Advisor, Coordinator, or Director of Graduate Studies. This person is a vital connection and will work with you throughout your graduate course of study. Your Graduate Advisor will review and approve your Plan of Study, assist you when it’s time to set up a thesis committee or schedule a comprehensive exam, and serve as an excellent resource to discuss your postgraduate plans.

You can easily look up your Graduate Advisor by logging into myMU and selecting the Student tab or, view a complete list of Graduate Advisors with contact information.

Register for Classes
You will want to meet with your Graduate Advisor before registering for classes. You can register for classes in several ways:
Online using myMU
In person at the Registrar’s Office in Old Main Room 106A, or at the South Charleston campus.

To find class offerings for an upcoming semester, view the online Schedule of Courses. For complete and current registration information, visit the Registrar site or call the Registrar at 304‐696‐6410.

Secure Your Parking Permit
All Marshall students are permitted to have cars on campus. When you attend Orientation, you’ll be able to get a parking permit. If you are unable to attend Orientation, you’ll need to apply online for a parking permit.
Tuition & Fees
Check online for detailed information about Marshall’s tuition and fees. You’ll work with our Office of the Bursar to make your payments; we offer various options for paying tuition and fees β€” by check, money order, credit card, cash, and payment plans.
Visit the MU Bookstore
The MU Bookstore is your source for course materials, your Marshall gear, MU gifts for family and friends, and more. Stop by in-person or visit the MU Bookstore online to get started.