Adult Programs Information Night – May 28


Adults interested in pursuing undergraduate and graduate degree programs are invited to attend Maryville University’s Adult Programs Information Night from 6-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 28, at Maryville’s St. Charles County Center, 154 Triad West Drive in O’Fallon.

The Adult Programs Information Night will feature one-on-one discussions with program directors and faculty. Visitors can ask questions and get answers about pursuing a college degree in a wide range of programs. Financial aid information will also be provided.

Through the Weekend & Evening College, graduate programs and continuing education opportunities, Maryville University is committed to helping adults achieve their goal of earning a college degree and transforming their career.

“In this difficult economy, the development of additional skills and expertise is crucial to employment success,” said Denise Evans, assistant vice president of adult and continuing education at Maryville University. “In an uncertain job market, there is a premium on employees who bring quality education to the table.”

Because full-time jobs and family commitments often make it difficult to attend traditional day classes, Maryville’s adult education programs are both flexible and convenient.  Three locations are offered for WEC students: Maryville’s main campus, 650 Maryville University Drive, Chesterfield; Southwest County Center, 964 South Highway Drive, Fenton; and St. Charles County Center, 154 Triad West Drive, O’Fallon.

Registration for Maryville’s Adult Information Night is preferred, but not required. For more information, visit or call 314.529.9342.

Maryville University, founded in 1872, is a four-year, private university located in west St. Louis County. Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of America’s Best Colleges in the Masters-Midwest category, Maryville University students may choose from 50 academic programs, including degrees at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels. Among recent graduates, 94 percent are employed or attending graduate school. More than 15,000 Maryville alumni work and live in the St. Louis region.