Information on University Events
Consistent with St. Louis County guidelines, Maryville is no longer limiting capacity at gatherings, meetings and events. To permit appropriate cleaning and set-up, all gatherings, meetings, and events must be requested and approved in advance. Spontaneous events will not be permitted. Visit our FAQ page for more information.
St. Louis Speaker Series
The 2020–21 St. Louis Speakers Series has been postponed to 2021–22. The final speakers of the 2019–20 St. Louis Speakers Series, whose events were postponed this past spring, will be presented between May and August 2021. For more information, please visit StLouisSpeakers.org. Thank you to our sponsors! We all look forward to coming together in the future to enjoy this celebrated St. Louis tradition.
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#1000 Saints & Maryville Reaches In
February 27, 2020 @ 5:15 pm
#1000 Saints – the event you know and love is back! Join us for #1000 Saints at our home women’s and men’s basketball games on Thursday, February 27th starting @ 5:15pm in Simon Athletic Center! This year in coordination with #1000 Saints, we’ll be collecting donations for the Counseling Center and filling Simon Athletic Center and showing your support of our Saints on and off the court!
Women’s Baketball Game vs. Truman State University @ 5:15PM
Men’s Basketball Game vs Truman State University @ 7:30PM
Maryville Reaches In – each year Saints Nation gathers for a day of outreach called Maryville Reaches Out. We love seeing the spirit of giving back that our students, faculty and staff share as part of MRO. Now it’s time to reach in. Maryville Reaches In will benefit the Counseling Center on campus. Since 2016, use of the Counseling Center services on Maryville’s campus have increased 75 percent. The health and mental wellbeing of Maryville students is extremely important to us–and we know it matters to you too! Join us this semester in supporting the wellbeing of your fellow Saints! You can show your support by: donating a physical stress relief item, making a donation to the Counseling Center and its services, checking in on your fellow Saints and by exploring the resources available to you on campus.