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All students and employees will complete an online training module about basic COVID-19 safety and awareness, and will sign an agreement to comply with public health expectations, and all policies and guidelines. Instructions on how to do complete this training can be found by visiting:

MarshallU Healthcheck
August 15, 2020 · alerts

All on-campus students will conduct daily self-administered health checks and report results through MarshallU Healthcheck. Daily health checks also will be required of any employee in self-isolation or quarantine for COVID-19. Learn more:

As the Marshall University community prepares for the fall 2020 semester, the health and safety of everyone—students, faculty, staff and visitors—remains our highest priority. Please review Marshall University’s Return-to-Campus Plan (updated 8/14/2020). Return to Campus Plan Learn more at 

We have cancelled all activities that involve the public, including the list of health services below: Speech and Hearing Center in Smith Hall Behavioral Health Center in Gullickson Hall Dietetics Food Pantry on 6th Ave (only during spring break March 23-27, it will reopen the week of March 30th) Title IVE Foster Training in Prichard

The Scottish Rite Foundation Inc. and its masons will host the 4th annual RiteCare Motorcycle Benefit Ride Saturday, July 13, beginning at Black Sheep Harley-Davidson and ending at Milton VFW Post #9796. All proceeds from the motorcycle benefit ride will benefit Marshall University’s Lackey-Oshel RiteCare Clinic, which serves children and their families who need financial

Did you know our Marshall University clinical laboratory science students are hard at work o collect donations for Lily’s Place? They’ll be in the Memorial Student Center tomorrow from 2-5 PM collecting monetary donations as well as items like diapers, toliet paper, bottle water, stamps and much more! Contact to learn more! 💚 #MarshalluFamily

Join us for the 2019 Health Science Internship Review which includes poster presentations by current students, and an opportunity to interact with Tri-state area organizations with whom students may be considering for an internship site. We invite you to learn more about what the wonderful world of health science has to offer you!

Have you heard the news?? Our School of Nursing is hosting a prom dress drive until April 26. Drop off your old prom dresses to Prichard Hall, room 427 to help the young ladies of Golden Girls Group Home. Contact to learn more.