Graduate College News Archive

Marshall University will host a presentation by sociologist Dr. William H. Turner, in recognition of Black History Month and in conjunction with the Great Voices Speaker’s Series and the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Quality Initiative. The presentation will be at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31, in the Drinko Library Atrium, located on the third floor.

Marshall University is offering a new scholarship program for students who transition from an undergraduate degree into a master’s degree program. The “One of the Herd” graduate tuition waiver will provide automatic financial aid of up to $500 for the first semester when a student completes an undergraduate degree in Spring 2024 or Summer 2024

Marshall University will welcome prospective students in an open house at its Mid-Ohio Valley Center in Point Pleasant on Thursday, Jan. 11. Prospective students who attend the open house will receive information about program and class offerings at MOVC and will have an opportunity to meet and interact with faculty and staff. Sheila Fields, director

 Officials with Marshall University and TKM College Trust, Kollam, India, today signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at offering study abroad opportunities in the liberal arts and sciences for both schools, while providing a framework for future collaboration. It’s anticipated the MOU will accelerate various academic, research and cultural initiatives, with the goal of promoting

Marshall University will host its annual Student Research and Creativity Symposium on April 7 and 8 on its Huntington campus. The event is aimed at showcasing undergraduate and graduate student work across the university, while hosting high caliber guest speakers from across the United States. The goal of the symposium is intended to showcase student

Stadium drawings shared and purchase of land for parking garage approved

Jacqueline Stevens, who is pursuing a master’s degree in psychology at Marshall University, has been awarded a fellowship worth $8,500 by the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, which is among the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor societies for all academic disciplines. Stevens is one of 58 students nationwide to receive a Phi Kappa Phi fellowship.

Marshall University will mark its 182nd commencement with two separate ceremonies Saturday, May 11, at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena and Convention Center.