If you are still attending high school, you can apply to Marshall University for Early College Credit — and start earning your college credits while you’re completing high school. When you’re ready to take your next steps to apply to Marshall University, visit our Office of Admissions to complete your application for Early College Credit admissions.
Note: The same application is used for all dual enrollment options are Marshall University. If you have completed the dual enrollment admissions process, been accepted, and taken courses – there is no need to reapply.
Once your application materials have been received and you are admitted to Marshall University, contact our office for registration.
If you have registration questions, please call 304-746-2079 or e-mail email@example.com.
Note: Please remember that without all required paperwork submitted to admissions and registration process cannot be completed. OCCHS courses are not designated as dual credit courses through Marshall University.
Dual Enrollment IT Guide
In order to help our dual enrollment students be successful, we created the Dual Enrollment IT Guide.
The Dual Enrollment Guide for High School students lists the most commonly used technology resources available
to you as a student at Marshall. As you advance in your education at Marshall you will find technology used in
various ways throughout your courses. The available technologies are provided as resources to help you achieve
your academic goals. The Division of Information Technology has a host of knowledgeable staff should you require
Textbooks are available at the Marshall University Bookstore located in the Memorial Student Center on Marshall’s Huntington campus. Textbooks can be ordered online at the bookstore’s website or via telephone: 304-696-3622.
For your convenience, the bookstore website lists required textbooks by semester and course. You will be prompted to select the appropriate course number and section number to view the list of required textbooks for your course.
Note: Textbooks are available far in advance of the course start date. Check the bookstore links for textbook availability.
IT Service Desk
The Information Technology Service Desk provides the University community with technical support services on a variety of issues and platforms. The IT Service Desk provides technical assistance and support in-person, over the telephone, or online via email and live chat.
Marshall University Online College Courses In The High Schools program students can access online databases, web-based digital collections, and other library resources from anywhere, both on and off-campus, by using their MUID number. The libraries’ online catalog and more than 90 web-based databases provide citation-level searching and full-text retrieval of articles from the library web site.