Find out more about Thurgood Marshall College.
The legacy of Marshall College's namesake lives on through its involvement with the creation of the Preuss School – a charter public school on the UCSD campus – and UCSD's partnership with Gompers Charter Middle School in Southeast San Diego.
Thurgood Marshall College is committed to revitalizing a humanitarian idea of higher education and the principle that a university must take as its first duty the education of citizens for public involvement and community responsibility.
Thurgood Marshall College sponsors the Public Service minor (academic credit for service), the African-American Studies minor, the UCSD Morehouse/Spelman Student Exchange Program, and Partners at Learning which prepares students to serve as tutors and mentors at selected public schools, including the Preuss School.
Marshall’s general education program promotes education that includes an understanding of one’s role within a diverse cultural and economic range and encourages students to participate in community and public service programs.
Marshall’s general education program requires: