Maryville University Projects Record Enrollment in 2019-2020

Maryville’s student population is expected to reach 10,200, 10 percent over last fall, marking 15 years of consecutive enrollment growth.

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Maryville Completes Campus Enhancement Projects

This past summer, Maryville completed a series of state-of-the-art campus improvement projects. All are designed to enhance campus life and to expand the Active Learning Ecosystem.

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Maryville Partners with Normandy High on Library Project

Maryville students were tasked with finding new ways to improve the functionality, cleanliness and structure of the library.

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Maryville University Announces Force Leadership Series

As part of the series, attendees will hear from a dynamic group of women leaders discussing career decisions, risk-taking and lessons in mentorship.

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Musial Awards, Presented by Maryville, to Air Nationally

CBS will broadcast the 2019 Musial Awards, a one-of-a-kind event honoring extraordinary sportsmanship, nationally as a one-hour television special.

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How to Throw a Strike in the World of Physics

Maryville is changing the way students learn physics thanks to new wireless sensors, which allow students to design and conduct their own experiments outside of the classroom.

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A Smooth Sea Never Made a Skillful Sailor

Navy veteran Eric Skelton found fellowship through the Maryville Student Veteran Organization.

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2019 Saints Hall of Famers Announced

The 2019 Saints Hall of Fame inductees have been announced. Find out who will be honored during this year’s ceremony on Sept. 26.

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Meet Maricella Reyes: Program Coordinator for Diversity and Inclusion

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is focused on helping students transition into leadership roles and advancing an inclusive campus culture.

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Interior Design Student First to Showcase Capstone Project in Virtual Reality

Using high-end technology, senior Michael Poetz created a luxury apartment building tour allowing viewers to interact with the space as if they were onsite.

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