Checklist for New Graduate Students
MU ID Number
Your student ID number is the nine digit number beginning with 901 which you were assigned upon admission. The number is noted in your Admissions letter. If you do not know your 901 number, use our 901 Lookup Tool.
Your 901 number is a very important and frequently used credential that you should protect and not share. Your 901 is displayed on your student ID card. (See instructions below for obtaining the student ID card). Your student ID card will be your primary identification for university business. The card identifies who you are and your student status at Marshall and will serve as your key to many university resources. Use your ID card for swipe access to the Drinko Library Study Center, study rooms, print services, snack machines, etc.
Student ID Card
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 picture taken. 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. On the South Charleston campus, you can get a picture made at the library during their regular hours, Marshall student ID cards are issued by Higher One and mailed to your home address of record.
- Your MUNet login username is an alphanumeric phrase based on your last name and a sequence number (example: smith125).
- If you do not know your MUNet username and password, please visit www.marshall.edu/munetlookup to find your username and reset the password.
myMU is the Marshall University portal to a variety of online services and to the Internet. Ue this portal to register for classes, check email, view grades, check financial aid status, and make secure payments.
Login with your MUNet username and password.
Click here: http://mymu.marshall.edu/
Access to your email is through the myMU portal.
For financial aid information, funding opportunities, information about assistantships and tuition waivers, and deadlines, go to the Graduate College information sheet:
How to Finance Your Education
If you do not know who your academic advisor is, you can check::
Register for Classes
Please be sure to meet with your advisor before registering for classes.
For complete and current registration information, please go to the Registrar site.
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.
For additional information, please call the Registrar at 304‐696‐6410.
To find class offerings for an upcoming semester, view the online Schedule of Courses.
NOTE: Students with a hold or obligation on their record (including financial obligations to the University) may not be able to register until they resolve the hold or obligation.
To pay outstanding account balances, and for information regarding payment deadlines, visit the Marshall University Bursar site.
The Bursar site also includes information on payment options and on how to pay fees online using a credit card.
NOTE: If you miss the payment deadline, even if you do not receive a billing statement, the Bursar will cancel your course schedule. Please be aware of account balances and payment deadlines.
The Marshall University Huntington campus Bookstore is located in the Memorial Student Center. For the Huntington campus Bookstore website:
For more information call: 304.696.3622
The Marshall University South Charleston campus bookstore is located in the main building on the South Charleston campus. For the South Charleston campus Bookstore website:
For more information call: 304.746.2501
Student Health Services provides health care services for acute illnesses to students. Facilities are located at the Cabell-Huntington Hospital.
Students can purchase an optional Student Health Insurance Plan.
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The Department of Housing and Residence Life provides housing for all Marshall students. For more information about housing and residence halls available to all graduate students, please contact the Department of Housing and Residence Life at (304)696-6765 or 1-800-438-5391.
Graduate Student Council
Join the Graduate Student Council and become a member of the graduate student community.
Graduate Student Facebook Group
Click here to join!