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.
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
Three students are breaking down barriers by being the first women of color to complete Maryville’s app development minor.
Nicole Nardi, ’16, grew up with football. So naturally, she is thrilled to serve as coordinator of corporate partnerships activation with the Oakland Raiders.
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.
The multicultural book fair introduced students to books that promote positive images and stories about African American culture and history as a tool to help increase literacy.
Kevin Stokes, EdD, assistant professor of educational leadership, takes students abroad to study education in other cultures.
The University introduces a campaign benefitting the wellbeing of students, faculty and staff. The inaugural Maryville Reaches In supports the Counseling Center on campus.
Maryville University recently hosted its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration featuring a panel of professionals working toward social justice in the St. Louis area.
Andrew Myer, ’16, ’18, is spreading the word about the region’s new XLF professional football team by engaging the St. Louis community.