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.
Corbly Hall, a four-story building located at the southwest corner of campus, was named for Lawrence J. Corbly, who served as "principal" of Marshall College from 1896 to 1907, and as its first president from 1907 to 1915.
When dedicated in November 1980, Corbly Hall was the largest academic building in the West Virginia state system of higher education.
Corbly Hall is the home of the College of Business, and also houses the family and consumer sciences program, the business and office technology programs, and the department of English.
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