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Fairfield Landing now taking applications

Fairfield Landing now taking applications

HUNTINGTON, W.Va.— Fairfield Landing, Marshall University’s independently operated residential apartment community in Huntington, is now taking applications.

The new facility features fully furnished studio and two-bedroom apartments with stainless steel appliances and is located adjacent to the health sciences campus on Hal Greer Blvd.  The all-inclusive rent also includes water, electricity, sewer, trash pick-up, on-site management, card-access entry systems, 24/7 university security, high speed internet and a television package composed of more than 100 cable channels, HBO GO and MAX GO.  Units are pet friendly, however, a non-refundable pet fee will apply.

Construction for the $56 million school of pharmacy academic building and the graduate student housing complex began in June 2018.  The academic building will house research, instructional, communal and administrative areas.  The housing complex contains 200 units.

Tracey Eggleston, assistant director of residence life, says Fairfield Landing will be a marvelous housing option in Huntington.

“It has been many years since we have had apartment-style living for the graduate level,” said Eggleston.  “If someone is looking for convenience with a splash of fancy, then Fairfield Landing is the place they want to call home.”

Leasing for graduate student housing is currently available for occupancy in August 2019.  Current graduate students, pharmacy students, medical students, resident physicians and Marshall University faculty and staff are invited to apply.  Arrangements can be made for those who need housing prior to August.  Short-term leasing options are also available.

For more information on Fairfield Landing, please visit https://www.marshall.edu/graduatestudenthousing/.

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Media Contact: Melanie Chapman, University Relations Specialist, Marshall University, 304-696-3045


Date Posted: Monday, May 20, 2019