Next Steps to Becoming a Maryville Saint
Now that you have registered for the START Program, you might be asking yourself, “What do I do next?” Below is a helpful list of reminders to help you as you transition through your next steps to becoming a Maryville Saint!
Sign Up for START
What is START? Student Testing, Advising, Registration and Transition (START) is designed as the beginning of your transition to Maryville University. This program will introduce you to the unique educational experiences that Maryville offers. You must pay your enrollment deposit before your START date can be reserved. Call 314.529.9360 to pay that deposit ($200 for commuters and $500 for residents).
Registration is now open to sign up for a START program. Log in to your Saints Nation page: http://www.maryville.edu/admissions/saints-nation/. If you have questions, please call the Center for Academic Success and First-Year Experience at 314-529-9477.
College Credit Information
Once you have completed your courses for college credit, you will need to submit official transcripts. Send all transfer, AP and 1-8-1-8 credit transcripts to the Office of Admissions, Maryville University, 650 Maryville University Drive, St. Louis, MO 63141.
The Health and Wellness office, located in the University Library, requires on campus residents, athletes, and Health Professions students to submit a Student Health Record before classes begin. You can find the form at: http://www.maryville.edu/studentlife/services-programs/health-wellness/health-forms/. If you are a commuter student, please submit your immunization form (see the Student Health Record) so that if an outbreak of a contagious disease occurs we will know your immunization status. You can contact the Health and Wellness office by calling 314.529.9520 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residential Life at Maryville University provides a supportive environment where students can live, learn, and develop academic and interpersonal skills. Each living area has a Resident Assistant who acts as a resource, offers guidance and support, and works to develop programmatic opportunities for his or her residents. The Residential Housing Association (RHA), a student-led organization sponsored by Residential Life, organizes large scale programming and encourages residents to represent their living areas, voice their opinions and ideas, and help to enhance the on-campus living experience. Some of the amenities offered through Residential Life include air-conditioning, extended basic cable, study lounges, and free laundry. For more information about on-campus living, or to read through our Residential Living Guide, please visit www.maryville.edu/reslife.