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The community will be welcomed to weigh in on a final draft version of Marshall University's master plan for all of its campuses at an open house from 5-6:30 p.m. Sept. 9.

All members of the Marshall community and the Huntington community are invited to attend, and the event will take place in room BE5 of the Memorial Student Center on the school's Huntington campus.

"This will be a final opportunity to see the plan before it is presented to our Board of Governors," Marshall's Senior Vice President of Administration Karen Kirtley said in a news release.

The Campus Master Plan will be presented to the Marshall University Board of Governors Oct. 30, and after that will be submitted to the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission.