The Virtual Tour takes you, the visitor, on a walk around the Huntington campus of Marshall University. Along the way you'll visit the buildings and locations of the campus and be able to read about their history and view some photographs.
You'll notice several options on the right hand side of image below. These options will help you find your way through the tour as well as learn more about each location.
Built in 1937 on Third Avenue, Laidley Hall was named for John Laidley, who founded Marshall Academy in 1837 and named the school for his friend and colleague, United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall.
Marshall University’s University College and tutoring services are located on the first floor of Laidley Hall.
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