If you’re ready to take the next step in learning more about what Maryville University has to offer, we invite you to join our online student portal, Saints Nation. When you join, you receive a personalized web page that features information specific to your needs and interests, including academic program, athletic and on-campus housing information.
Your Saints Nation page also allows you to sign up for visit events or schedule a personalized tour of campus online. Contact your admission counselor through your Saints Nation page, as well, with any questions about enrolling at Maryville. Additionally, joining Saints Nation allows you to receive important information by mail regarding application and financial aid deadlines, scholarships, events and more.
Check your Saints Nation page often, as new information is posted regularly to keep you in the know! To find out which type of student you will be at Maryvile, read the below descriptions and join now!
You are a transfer student if:
- You have taken college courses from a regionally accredited college or university since graduating from high school or receiving a GED certificate or
- You have earned an Associate’s degree from an accredited two-year or junior college and are interested in completing your baccalaureate degree or
- You have a college degree and are pursuing a second undergraduate degree and
- You are interested in attending school during the day as an undergraduate student.
You are an adult who has already earned college credits, or may have already completed a bachelor’s degree but wishes to complete another bachelor’s degree for a change of career, promotion, or simply for personal growth – and you want to attend classes in a convenient, flexible weekend and evening format.
You are a community college student who wishes to transfer to a four-year college to earn your bachelor’s degree, and you wish to take classes in a weekend and evening college format that accommodates your busy schedule.
You have earned a master’s degree but are interested in completing an additional degree or in completing a post-graduate certificate.Login | Join Now