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C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - O V E R V I E W

Marshall University

Huntington, WV

Marshall, founded in 1837, is a public university. Programs are offered through the Colleges of Business, Education and Human Services, Fine Arts, Information Technology and Engineering, Liberal Arts, Nursing and Health Professions, and Science; the Schools of Extended Education, Journalism and Mass Communications, and Medicine; the Community and Technical College; and the Graduate School. Its 70-acre campus is located in Huntington, 50 miles west of Charleston.

Web Site www.marshall.edu/

Institution Type Public

Coeducational Yes Undergraduate Students 9,536 Women 5,405 (56.7%) Men 4,131 (43.3%) Graduate Students 3,845

ADMISSION

Entrance Difficulty Moderately difficult

Overall Admission Rate 77% of 2,863 applicants were admitted

Early Action Offered No Early Decision Offered No Regular Admission

Deadline Rolling

Qualifications of Enrolled Freshmen

Average GPA 3.4

SAT Math 440-550 range of middle 50% SAT Critical Reading 430-550 range of middle 50%

SAT Writing Not reported

ACT Composite 22 average

19-25 range of middle 50%

Selection of Students

Factor Very Important Important Considered Not Considered

Academic GPA X

Standardized Tests X

Essay X

Extracurricular Activities X

MONEY MATTERS

Cost of Attendance In-state: $20,094

Out-of-state: $28,882

Tuition and Fees In-state: $6,814

Out-of-state: $15,602

Room and Board $9,832

Average Percent of Need Met 51%

Average Freshman Award $11,015

Average Indebtedness of

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ACADEMICS

Academic Calendar System Semester

General Education/Core Curriculum Required

Full-Time Faculty Teaching Undergraduates 494

Regular Class Size 2-9 students: 18% of classes

10-19 students: 26% of classes 20-29 students: 36% of classes 30-39 students: 12% of classes 40-49 students: 4% of classes 50-99 students: 4% of classes Over 100 students: 0% of classes

CAMPUS LIFE

Huntington Population 49,177

Nearest Metropolitan Area

Freshman Housing Guarantee Freshmen are guaranteed housing

Students in College Housing

Athletic Conferences NCAA Division I

Mascot Bison --Marco

Sororities 4% of women participate

Fraternities 8% of men participate

STUDENTS

Ethnicity of Students from U.S. 0.4% American Indian/Alaskan Native 0.8% Asian

6.5% Black/African-American 1.9% Hispanic/Latino

2.5% Multi-race (not Hispanic/Latino) 0.1% Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander 85.0% White

2.9% Unknown

International Students 1.8% from 38 countries

First-Year Students Returning 73.0%

Students Graduating Within 4 Years 24.6%

Graduates Offered Full-Time Employment Within 6 Months Not reported Graduates Pursuing Advanced Study Directly Not reported

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FRESHMAN ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Entrance Difficulty

Moderately Difficult: More than 75% of freshmen were in the top 50% of their high school class and scored over 1010 on the SAT I or over 18 on the ACT; about 85% or fewer of all applicants accepted.

High School Preparation

High School Graduation High school diploma required and GED is accepted

High School Program College preparatory program is recommended

High School Units Required or Recommended

Subject Required Units Recommended

Units English 4 Mathematics 4 Science 3 Foreign Language 2 Social Studies 3 History Academic Electives

Examinations

Exam Scores Due inAdmissions Office SAT or ACT Required Not reported SAT Only

ACT Only SAT and SAT Subject Tests, or ACT SAT Subject Tests Only

ACT Writing Test Policy Accepted with or without writing component

Use of SAT/ACT

Essay SAT: Not usedACT: Not used

APPLYING FOR ADMISSION

Admissions Office

Address One John Marshall Drive

City, State, Zip Huntington, WV 25755

Phone (304) 696-3160

Fax (304) 696-3135

E-mail admissions@marshall.edu

Early Admission

Early Decision Offered No Early Decision Deadline Early Decision

Notification

Early Action Offered No Early Action Deadline

Early Action Notification

Application Dates and Fees

Regular Admission

Deadline Rolling

Application Fee $30 Application Fee Waiver Available Regular Admission

Notification Rolling

Accept Offer of

Admission No set date

Waiting List Used No

Defer Admission Student can defer admission Transfer Admission Transfer applications accepted

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APPLYING FOR ADMISSION - continued

Application Form

Common Application Not accepted Universal College

Application Not accepted

Electronic Application Available

Other Application Requirements

Interview Not required

Essay or Personal Statement Letters of Recommendation Other

Financial Need Financial need is not a

consideration in the admissions process

SELECTION OF STUDENTS

Factor Very Important Important Considered Not Considered

Rigor of Secondary School Record X

Academic GPA X Standardized Tests X Class Rank X Recommendations X Essay X Interview X

Level of Applicant's Interest X

Extracurricular Activities X

Volunteer Work X

Particular Talent/Ability X

Character/Personal Qualities X

First Generation to Attend College X

State Residency X

Geographic Residence X

Relation with Alumnus X

Religious Affiliation/ Commitment X

Ethnicity X

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PROFILE OF FALL ADMISSION

Admission Rates

Overall Admission Rate 77% of 2,863 applicants were admitted

Women 78% of 1,614 applicants were admitted

Men 75% of 1,249 applicants were admitted

Students Enrolled Not reported

Women 1,259 (100%) of 1,258 admitted students enrolled

Men Not reported

Early Decision Admission Rate Early Action Admission Rate

Students Offered Wait List

Students Accepting Wait List Position Students Admitted From Wait List

SAT Scores of Enrolled Freshmen

SAT Math 440-550 range of middle 50%

Score of 700 - 800 3% Score of 600 - 700 10% Score of 500 - 600 34% Score of 400 - 500 44% Score of 300 - 400 9% Score of 200 - 300 1%

SAT Critical Reading 430-550 range of middle 50% Score of 700 - 800 1% Score of 600 - 700 9% Score of 500 - 600 37% Score of 400 - 500 45% Score of 300 - 400 8% Score of 200 - 300 0%

SAT Writing Not reported

Score of 700 - 800 % Score of 600 - 700 % Score of 500 - 600 % Score of 400 - 500 % Score of 300 - 400 % Score of 200 - 300 %

Grade Point Average of Enrolled Freshmen (4.0 scale)

Average GPA 3.4 3.75 and Above 34% 3.50 - 3.74 18% 3.25 - 3.49 16% 3.00 - 3.24 12% 2.50 - 2.99 13% 2.00 - 2.49 6%

ACT Scores of Enrolled Freshmen

ACT Composite 22 average

19-25 range of middle 50% Score of 30 - 36 4% Score of 24 - 29 30% Score of 18 - 23 56% Score of 12 - 17 11% Score of 6 - 11 0% Score of 5 or Below 0%

Other Qualifications of Enrolled Freshmen

High School Class Rank

National Merit Scholar Not reported Valedictorian Not reported Class President Not reported Student Gov. Officer Not reported

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TUITION AND EXPENSES

Cost of Attendance In-state: $20,094 Out-of-state: $28,882 Tuition and Fees In-state: $6,814

Out-of-state: $15,602

Room and Board $9,832

Books and Supplies $1,100

Other Expenses $2,348

Payment Plans Credit card, installment plan, deferred payment

APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID

Financial Aid Office

E-mail

Web Site Financial Aid Web Site

Net Price Calculator URL Net Price Calculator URL

Application Process

Application Deadline

Award Notification On a rolling basis beginning May 1 Method for Awarding

Institutional Aid Federal Methodology

Forms Required Cost to File

FAFSA

Code is 003815 Free

State Aid Form

PROFILE OF 2014-15 FINANCIAL AID

Freshmen

Financial Aid Applicants 1,781 (97.2%) of freshmen Found to Have Need 1,383 (77.7%) of applicants Received Financial Aid 1,369 (99.0%) of applicants with

financial need

Need Fully Met 407 (29.7%) of aid recipients Avg. Pct. of Need Met 51%

Average Award $11,015

Need-Based Gift Received by 1,091 (79.7%) of aid recipients, average amount $6,520

Need-Based

Self-Help Received by 970 (70.9%) of aidrecipients, average amount $5,840

Merit-Based Gift Received by 802 (58.6%) of aid recipients

Merit-Based Gift 248 (13.5%) of freshmen had no financial need and received merit aid, average amount $1,438

All Undergraduates

Financial Aid Applicants 7,168 (89.0%) of undergraduates Found to Have Need 5,746 (71.4%) of applicants Received Financial Aid 5,653 (98.4%) of applicants with

financial need

Need Fully Met 1,594 (28.2%) of aid recipients Avg. Pct. of Need Met 50%

Average Award $10,192

Need-Based Gift Received by 4,398 (77.8%) of aid recipients, average amount $5,984

Need-Based

Self-Help Received by 4,319 (76.4%) of aidrecipients, average amount $7,120

Merit-Based Gift Received by 2,309 (40.8%) of aid recipients

Merit-Based Gift 785 (9.7%) of undergraduates had no financial need and received merit aid, average amount $1,659

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PROFILE OF 2014-15 FINANCIAL AID - continued

Borrowing

2014 Graduates Who Took Out Loans 67%

Average Indebtedness of 2014 Graduates $26,625

Parents Borrowing PLUS Loans

Parents of Students Receiving Aid Not reported

Parents of Students Not Receiving Aid Not reported

FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS

Loans

Federal Loans Direct subsidized Stafford loans, direct unsubsidized Stafford loans, direct PLUS loans, Federal Perkins loans, Federal Nursing loans

State Loans Other Loans

Scholarships and Grants

Need-Based Available Federal Pell grants, SEOG, State scholarships, Institutional scholarships, Private scholarships Non-Need-Based

Available Academic scholarships, Creative arts/performance scholarships, Music/Drama scholarships, Athleticscholarships, Minority scholarships, State scholarships, ROTC scholarships, Alumni affiliation scholarships

Non-Need Awards

Academic Interest/ Achievement Award Areas Not reported Number of Awards Not reported Top Areas (By

Money Awarded) Not reported Creative Arts/

Performance Award Areas

Art/Fine Arts Number of Awards Not reported Top Areas (By

Money Awarded) Art/Fine Arts Special Achievements/

Activities Award Areas Not reported Number of Awards Not reported Top Areas (By

Money Awarded) Not reported Special Characteristics

Award Areas Children and Siblings of Alumni, Children of Faculty/Staff, Local/State Students, Members of Minorities Number of Awards Not reported

Top Areas (By

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FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS - continued

Employment

Work-Study Programs Federal work study available, other work study available Average Earnings from

On-Campus Employment

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C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - A C A D E M I C S

Academic Calendar System Semester

Summer Session Offered

General Catalog/Bulletin Online Catalog

UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION

Undergraduate Majors

Accounting

Adult and Continuing Education Administration Art/Art Studies, General

Athletic Training/Trainer

Biology/Biological Sciences, General

Business Administration and Management, General Business/Managerial Economics

Chemistry, General

Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology/Technologist

Computer and Information Sciences, General Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance

Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services

Creative Writing

Criminal Justice/Safety Studies Cytotechnology/Cytotechnologist Dietetics/Dietitian

Economics, General

Elementary Education and Teaching Engineering, General

English Language and Literature, General Environmental Science

Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, General

Finance, General

Foreign Languages and Literatures, General General Literature

General Studies Geography

Geology/Earth Science, General History, General

Humanities/Humanistic Studies International Business/Trade/Commerce International Relations and Affairs Journalism

Kindergarten/Preschool Education and Teaching Kinesiology and Exercise Science

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities, Other

Management Information Systems, General Marketing/Marketing Management, General

Mathematics, General Occupational Safety and Health Technology/Technician

Parks, Recreation and Leisure Facilities Management, General

Physical Education Teaching and Coaching Physics, General

Political Science and Government, General Psychology, General

Public Health, General

Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist Rhetoric and Composition Secondary Education and Teaching Social Work

Sociology

Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist Systems Science and Theory

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UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION - continued

Most Popular Disciplines Business/marketing, Liberal arts/general studies, Education, Health professions and related sciences

Combined Liberal Arts/Professional Degree Programs Forestry

Special Programs Accelerated program, Double major, Honors program,

Independent study, Teacher certification, Cooperative education program, Internships, Washington semester

Study Abroad Offered

Online Degrees Not reported

CURRICULUM AND GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

General Education/Core Curriculum Required

Computer Required

Foreign Language Not required

Math/Science Required for all students

ADVANCED PLACEMENT

International Baccalaureate Accepted

Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations Accepted for placement and credit

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FACULTY AND INSTRUCTION

Full-Time Faculty 494

Part-Time Faculty 228

Full-Time Faculty with Ph.D./Terminal Degree 75%

Regular Class Size 2-9 students: 18% of classes

10-19 students: 26% of classes 20-29 students: 36% of classes 30-39 students: 12% of classes 40-49 students: 4% of classes 50-99 students: 4% of classes Over 100 students: 0% of classes

Discussion Section/Lab Class Size Not reported

ACADEMIC RESOURCES

Libraries

Library Available on Campus Yes

Holdings 3,165,966

Computing

Computer Ownership Students not required to own/lease a computer

Computers Available on Campus 1461

Internet/E-mail Access Not reported

ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES

Remedial Instruction Offered

Tutoring Available

Services for Learning Disabled Students Available

Services for Physically Disabled Students Hearing impaired services, speech disorders services, visually impaired services, wheelchair access

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GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL EDUCATION

Master's Degrees Offered

Executive Master of Business Administration, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Science, Master of Arts in Journalism, Master of Science in Engineering, Master of Business Administration, Master of Arts, Master of Public Administration, Master of Science in Nursing, Master of Public Health

Master's Programs of Study

Accounting Adult Education Art/Fine Arts

Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Biological and Biomedical Sciences--General Business Administration and Management--General Chemistry Classics Clinical Psychology Communication Disorders Communication--General Counselor Education

Criminal Justice and Criminology Early Childhood Education Education--General

Educational Leadership and Administration Elementary Education

Engineering Management

Engineering and Applied Sciences--General English

Environmental Engineering Environmental Sciences Exercise and Sports Science Forensic Sciences

Geography Health Education Health Informatics

Health Services Management and Hospital Administration

History

Human Resources Management Humanities Information Science Journalism Management of Technology Mass Communication Mathematics Music Nursing--General Nutrition Physics Political Science Psychology--General Public Administration Public Health--General Reading Education Secondary Education Sociology Spanish Special Education Sports Management

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GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL EDUCATION - continued

Doctoral Degrees Offered

Doctor of Management Practice in Nurse Anesthesia, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Education, Doctor of Psychology, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Pharmacy

Doctoral Programs of Study

Allopathic Medicine

Biological and Biomedical Sciences--General Clinical Psychology

Education--General

Educational Leadership and Administration Nurse Anesthesia

Pharmacy Physical Therapy Psychology--General

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LOCATION AND SETTING

Huntington Population 49,177 Nearest Metropolitan

Area

Environment Small city

Campus Size 100 acres

Weather

Temperature 23.2 average low in January, 81.3 average high in September

Rain 140 rainy days per year

Getting Around

Campus Map Map

Nearest Airport 15 mile(s) from campus in Huntington

Nearest Bus Station 1 mile(s) from campus in Huntington

Nearest Train Station 2 mile(s) from campus in Huntington

HOUSING

College Housing College offers housing to students

Types of Housing Coed dorms, women's dorms, disabled student housing

Students in College Housing

Housing Requirements Freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus

Freshman Housing Guarantee Freshmen are guaranteed housing

Students Living Off Campus/Commuting Off-Campus Housing Assistance

SECURITY

24-Hour Emergency Phone/Alarm Devices Available

24-Hour Security Patrols Available

Late-Night Transport/Escort Services Available

Electronically Operated Housing Entrances Available

PERSONAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Health Service Offered

Personal Counseling Offered

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SPORTS AND RECREATION

Intercollegiate Athletics

Athletic Conferences NCAA Division I

Mascot Bison --Marco

School Colors Green and white

Intercollegiate Sports Offered

Sport

WOMEN MEN

Offered Scholarships Given Offered Scholarships Given

Baseball x x Basketball x x x x Cross-Country Running x x x x Golf x x x x Soccer x x x x Softball x x

Swimming And Diving x x

Tennis x x

Track And Field x x x x

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SPORTS AND RECREATION - continued

Club Sports

Women's Club Sports rugby

Men's Club Sports lacrosse, rugby

Recreational Sports

Intramural Sports basketball, bowling, football, golf, racquetball, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, volleyball

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Activities and

Organizations choral groups, concert band, dance, drama theatre, jazz band, literary magazine, marching band,music ensembles, music theatre, opera, radio station, student government, student newspaper, symphony orchestra, television station

Sororities 4% of women participate Fraternities 8% of men participate

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STUDENT BODY

Coeducational Yes All Undergraduates 9,536 Women 5,405 (56.7%) Men 4,131 (43.3%) Full-Time Undergraduates 8,142

Ethnicity of Students from U.S. 0.4% American Indian/Alaskan Native 0.8% Asian

6.5% Black/African-American 1.9% Hispanic/Latino

2.5% Multi-race (not Hispanic/Latino) 0.1% Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander 85.0% White

2.9% Unknown

International Students 1.8% from 38 countries

Average Age 22

All Graduate Students 3,845

UNDERGRADUATE RETENTION AND GRADUATION

First-Year Students Returning 73.0%

Students Graduating Within 4 Years 24.6%

Students Graduating Within 5 Years 39.5%

Students Graduating Within 6 Years 45.0%

AFTER GRADUATION

Graduates Offered Full-Time Employment Within 6 Months Not reported

Average Starting Salary Not reported

Graduates Pursuing Advanced Study Directly Not reported

Disciplines Pursued Not reported

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