Marshall Will Move More Classes Online

Marshall University announced this week it will move more fall courses to live, remote instruction due to the rising numbers of COVID-19. Virtual class sessions will be held live on the university’s learning management system, Blackboard and the university will continue to monitor the status of the pandemic. The fall classes will be offered in several formats including face-to-face, virtual and online. Classes begin on Aug. 24. The number of virtual versus face-to-face courses will depend on the student’s grade level.