Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD

President of Maryville University Doubles Endowed Scholarship Gift

Mark Lombardi, Phd, contributes $500,000 to increase student scholarship fund to $1 million.

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Adapting to Virtual Learning

Maryville’s Division of Student Success shares tips for virtual learning including student support resources that are available virtually.

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Blues Announce Esports Tournaments in Partnership with Maryville

Students in Maryville’s Rawlings Sport Business Management Program are assisting in the development of these tournaments and will also provide operational support while the events are taking place. 


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Managing Stress and Fear about the Coronavirus

Amidst the coronavirus outbreak, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed, stressed and even fearful. Maryville’s Counseling Center shares tips to managing these emotions.

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New Maryville Virtual Zoom Backgrounds

Introducing 10 fun Maryville backgrounds for those of us in #SaintsNation living on Zoom.

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Maryville Extends Virtual Learning

Maryville University has made the decision to suspend on-campus classes and remain virtual through the end of the spring semester amid the national coronavirus pandemic.

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Maryville University Moves to Virtual Course Platform for Two Weeks

Maryville University is transitioning to a virtual learning format for two weeks beginning March 16 amid the national coronavirus epidemic. The university is using this week, spring break, to prepare… Read More

Female Tech Students Soar

Three students are breaking down barriers by being the first women of color to complete Maryville’s app development minor.

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Clear Eyes, Full Heart, Can’t Lose

Nicole Nardi, ’16, grew up with football. So naturally, she is thrilled to serve as coordinator of corporate partnerships activation with the Oakland Raiders.

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The Art of Exploration

Maryville students are exploring the St. Louis area through the lens of an iPad and learning about the region’s racial and economic segregation on their excursions.

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