Office of International Student Services

59th Annual International Festival Nov. 5, 2022!
If you are currently outside of the US or plan to travel outside of the US soon, please review our International Travel Information page.

You can now schedule a virtual appointment with an ISS staff member.

The Office of International Student Services at Marshall University was established in 1993 to promote an international community in both the university and Huntington. One of Marshall’s primary missions is to educate and develop a citizenry that is prepared to participate in today’s global environment.

The Marshall University mission statement highlights a diverse education as a top priority. This goal is accomplished through a global approach to teaching, learning, research and service, which aids in the appreciation of differences, and the ability to navigate a rapidly changing global society.

Future Students
Future Students
Explore the Future Students page to see what Marshall has to offer, begin your application process, find out how to proceed as a new student, connect with Marshall, and prepare to travel to the US.
Current Students
Current Students
Check out our Current Students page for immigration information, such as how to maintain your F-1 or J-1 student status, international student resources, and frequently asked questions.
Life at Marshall
Life at Marshall
Visit the Life at Marshall page to explore all that Huntington and the surrounding area has to offer, learn how to get involved at Marshall, and get important resources for staying healthy while you are here.
Global Engagement
Global Engagement
Explore the Global Engagement page to learn more about initiatives to promote global engagement in our institution and in our community, such as our Office of Study Abroad, the Teach in China program, the International Festival, and more!




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