Vaccination Clinics for Students and Employees
University health and safety officials have collaborated with the Cabell-Huntington Health Department to make FREE COVID-19 vaccinations available to Marshall students and employees through clinics in Cabell County. No appointments are necessary.
Need transportation? Ride to and from the St. Mary’s Education Center and COVID-19 Vaccine Center clinics FREE on Tri-State Transit Authority buses. The most direct route to the mall is Route 9 – Milton. For information about routes, visit the TTA website, download RouteShout V2 or call 304-529-RIDE (7433). When you board the bus, be sure to tell the driver you are going to the vaccination clinic.
If you will not be in Huntington for your second dose, please check with your state or local health department for scheduling assistance. You will need the vaccination card you received with your first dose.
Please address any general questions about the vaccine to COVID19@marshall.edu. If you have medical or health concerns about the vaccine, please contact your personal healthcare provider.
Community Testing Locations
Marshall University Medical Center/Cabell Huntington Hospital operate a drive-thru/walk-up tent, as does Student Health. Both are located at 1600 Medical Center Drive, Huntington, WV. For more information, call 304-696-2900 during regular business hours Monday-Friday.
To contact the Cabell-Huntington Health Department COVID-19 Call Center, call 304-526-3383.
Additional special locations may be added during the spring semester. Monitor your e-mail for more information.
Case Management/Contact Tracing
Marshall University has collaborated with the Cabell-Huntington Health Department, Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and Marshall Health to develop appropriate protocols for case management and contact tracing for cases that may occur on campus.
All contacts received by the university that indicate a potential exposure to COVID-19 are immediately traced by trained public health contact tracers from our campus, and immediate actions to isolate individuals are implemented. Marshall University has designated an on-campus isolation area for persons residing in Housing and Residence Life facilities. Students living off campus are offered on-campus isolation on a case-by-case basis.
Formal case management plans and operating procedures have been developed in consultation with the county health department. These plans detail the case management process, roles and responsibilities, contact tracing, medical support and quarantine for on-campus residents, communication protocols, and case-specific cleaning and disinfection.