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Marshall Week 2018!

Mark your calendars! Marshall Week begins on Monday, November 5! Come celebrate the life and history of Marshall College and our college namesake, Justice Thurgood Marshall (1908-1993), through our week-long program of FREE events.

Events include:

ThurGOOD Reads
Monday, November 5 10:00AM - 11:00AM & Wednesday, November 7 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Angela's Space

Interested in learning more about Angela Y. Davis' thoughts on politics, fashion, images and liberation movements? Read this article by Angela Davis and join us for one of two discussion sections!

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David Roussève: Social Activism & Engagement Through the Arts
Monday, November 5 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Sequoyah Hall 119

>DOC is proud to collaborate with ArtPower for a lecture given by David Roussève on social activism and engagement through the arts.

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Marshall Voter Breakfast
Tuesday, November 6 8:00AM - 10:00AM
Angela's Space

It's Election Day! Show us your "I Voted" sticker and grab some FREE coffee and Krispy Kreme donuts

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Marshall College Speaker Series Presents, "Constructing Past and Present Identities"
Thursday, November 8 5:30PM - 7:00PM
Price Center Ballroom East

Marshall College Speaker Series presents, "Constructing Past and Present Identities: Evaluating Depictions of Angela Davis in Popular Culture", a lecture by special guest Dr. Sharon Lynette Jones

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Friday, November 9 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Marshall Field

Marshallpalooza, a free student-planned staff-directed carnival, is one of the highlights of Fall Quarter, and one of the biggest events of the College’s year! See you there!

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TRELS Program

Sponsored by the 6 UC San Diego Colleges, the Triton Research and Experiential Learning Scholars (TRELS) Program is designed to increase the number of students involved in mentored projects with faculty (including research, art, community involvement, etc.). There are 10 scholarships available to Marshall students through this program. Application deadline is November 1st!

 Apply now!



New Winter Quarter Transfer Year Experience Course

A Transfer Year Experience course will be offered in Winter quarter 2019. The course will be titled “MUIR 2,” but it will absolutely be open to all Transfer Students across every college. The course will be taught by Professor K. Wayne Yang, Professor of Ethnic Studies and Provost at Muir College. The curriculum will be similar to our Fall-quarter TYE courses, but adapted for students in their 2nd quarter. For those Transfer Students who wanted to enroll in TYE but dropped due to scheduling conflicts, waitlists, etc. we invite you to our community! Enrollment is limited to 45 students.

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Questions About Enrollment?

Marshall College students can contact an Academic Advisor through the Virtual Advising Center ( To learn more about how to use the VAC and its key features, please watch our Video Tutorial.  The Advising Office is located in the Thurgood Marshall Administration Building.

Students should check their @ucsd email accounts, as well as postings on TritonLink (, to make sure they don't miss any deadlines or important announcements.