Student Resources

Admission Office: (800)-642-3499 or 304-696-3160

Campus Map:

College of Health Professions: 304-696-3655 The College of Health Professions Office is located in Prichard Hall on the main campus.

Consumer Information and Disclosure:
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Counseling Center:
 304-696-3111 The Counseling Center is located on the first floor of Prichard Hall on the main Marshall University Campus. They offer appointments, walk-ins, and emergency/crisis counseling.

Housing and Residence Life:

Marshall University Information Technology:
 304-696-3200. The IT service desk is located in Drinko Library on the 1st floor.

Marshall University Library: 304-696-2334 The Marshall University Library (Drinko Library) is located on the main campus.

Marshall University Police Department: 304-696-4357 or 304-696-HELP on campus or 911 off-campus. The Office of Public Safety is located at 1801 5th Avenue

Office of Disability Services:
 304-696-2271 The Office of Disability Services is located in 117 Prichard Hall on the main campus. 

Registrar Office: 304-696-6410 The Registrar’s Office is located in 106A Old Main on the main campus. 

Student Financial Assistance (Financial Aid): 304-696-3162 The Marshall University Financial Assistance Office is located in 116 Old Main on the main campus.

Student Health Education Programs (SHEP): 304-696-4800 The Student Health Education Program offers help for alcohol and drug awareness, tobacco cessation, sexual health, and stress management.

Student Health Services:
304-691-1100 Student Health Services is provided by Marshall Health at the Marshall University Medical Center located beside Cabell Huntington Hospital.

Student Recreation Center: 304-696-4REC (4732) The Marshall Student Recreation Center is located on the main campus.

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Students who graduate from the Marshall University SOPT and pass the National Physical Therapy Examination are eligible for Physical Therapy Licensure in all 50 states.