If you are experiencing any personal problems or just need someone caring to talk to, Marshall University offers counseling and psychological services. You can contact the Counseling Center in Prichard Hall or the Psychology Clinic in Harris Hall. All services are free to full-time Marshall students and are totally confidential.
Mental and social health are just as important as physical health. Marshall University offers numerous opportunities to engage in social activities on campus.
To learn more about opportunities of involvement, visit the office of Student Leadership and Involvement located in the MSC LEAD Center or contact Andy Hermansdorfer at firstname.lastname@example.org :
- Find clubs and organizations that could pique your interest by visiting www.marshall.edu/Herdlink for a detailed look at all of the student organizations at Marshall.
- One organization to consider specifically is the Campus Activities Board (CAB) , which offers educational and social events for full-time students to participate in. CAB also encourages students to become a member and help plan events.
- Marshall University Recreation Center offers classes and intramural sports to members. Additionally, staying physically active is proven to improve mental health tremendously.
- The office of Housing and Residence Life creates in-hall programming every month for residents and non-residents alike. Check with a Resident Advisor or Resident Director for upcoming events.