Membership in the Marshall University Alumni Association provides a host of benefits to members while supporting Marshall University. Find a way to connect with members of the Marshall Family near and far, receive free career assistance, take a look at an old yearbook virtually, or assist the Office of Recruitment in their mission to recruit new students. With an annual donation to the Marshall University Foundation, Inc., alumni receive an active membership card to present at the retailers below to receive a discount.
The success of the Marshall University Office of Admissions Alumni Outreach Ambassador program depends on a network of volunteers serving in a variety of roles. This program has been established to assist the Marshall University Office of Admission in fulfilling its mission to support the recruitment and enrollment goals of Marshall University.
New to town or can’t find any Marshall Alumni to watch the games with? We’ve got you covered. Our chapters offer great environments to watch the Herd play, connect with other Herd alumni locally, and the opportunity to make a difference in your new community.
Alumni Association members can take advantage of the resources of the Office of Career Education for free. You can meet with career consultants, participate in career fairs, take part in on-campus interviews. Be sure to join their new job portal, Handshake, to explore career options or post openings for alumni.
Homecoming is a fun-filled event every year. Parades, floats, tailgates and more — there is something for everyone during homecoming. If you are looking for a great atmosphere and nostalgia, then homecoming weekend is your place.
Awards Banquet: Recognizing outstanding students and alumni with awards presented annually during our Alumni Weekend Celebration in April.
The Huntington Quarterly provides active alumni a subscription to its Marshall Magazine.
The student programs around campus are a great way to enhance every Marshall student’s experience while promoting the university’s history and traditions.
Reminisce on the past with old yearbooks, The Chief Justice. Thanks to the Marshall University Libraries, you can view digital versions of the yearbooks from 1904 to 1995.