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DBA - Doctor of Business Administration

Fall 2021


Two Marshall students (one white male, one black femail) sitting outside the Memorial Student Center with fall foliage in the background. They are looking at a laptop.

Logging into Blackboard

There are a few different ways to get to your My Institution page by logging into Blackboard


Who to Contact with Blackboard Questions

If you encounter difficulty accessing a course link, or difficulty with an exam or graded activity,

the first person you should contact if your instructor. Alert your instructor to any difficulty you are having within the course. If your instructor suggests contacting the Office of Online Learning for a Blackboard issue they are unable to resolve, please submit a support ticket to Online Learning here:


Using Blackboard Tools

Once you are logged in to Blackboard, you can click on the Students tab at the top of the page.

  • In the Students tab, you will see modules that will alert you to upcoming due dates and university policy notifications.
  • In the Students tab, on the top of the screen, you can also click on Student Resources to see modules that are related to university offices, expectations, and policies. 


View Tutorials on Blackboard Tools

To learn how to use Blackboard's tools,

1. click on the Tech Support tab on the top of the Blackboard page, or,

2. click the Blackboard Tutorials link on the course menu, under Technical Support, inside any Blackboard course. 


Viewing Courses on Blackboard

The My Courses module on the My Institution page will show a class link for each of the courses you are signed up for.

  • Links to the actual courses will not appear until the first day of the term.
  • Courses are available to students for one week following the last day of the term. 


Getting your Student ID

Verifying Your Identity as an Online Student

The Marshall University I.D. office allows students to submit photos in order to obtain a student I.D. or digital student I.D. All information regarding this process can be found on the Marshall I.D. office site at:


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