International Student Life
Marshall's international students are fully integrated with American students - both in the classroom and in the Marshall community. Because Marshall's international population is relatively small (20 students), and students live with American families rather than in dorms or residence halls, international students blend into daily life and make new friendships quickly and easily.
International students have traveled with their host families, taking trips to places like Costa Rica, Florida, and Yellowstone National Park. They participate as leaders in the classroom and in their activities such as music, art, athletics and community service. For example, YoonHyung Tack (2010, Korea) was the school's drum major for two years before graduating from Marshall.
Click here to read and watch the stories of recent international Hilltoppers.
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