Maryville University has announced plans to fully resume in-person classes, on-campus events and activities and athletic competitions for the Fall 2021 semester.
“After more than one year since the start of the pandemic, we’re deeply grateful the Maryville community has continued to respond with resilience, ingenuity and compassion,” said Maryville President Mark Lombardi, PhD. “Our students, faculty and staff have been incredibly diligent about following community mitigation protocols and these efforts have led us to where we are today, allowing us to go into the fall semester with a normal campus experience. We are looking forward to welcoming new and returning students to Saints Nation in August.”
Vice President of Student Life Nina Caldwell, EdD, added, “The vigilance and policies designed to protect the Maryville community remain in effect for the remainder of this semester. Over the next eight weeks as the vast majority of our community and the nation at large receives the vaccine, we anticipate an exciting summer for our students and a great, in-person fall start.”
Maryville University’s Fall 2021 semester will include:
- A return to the traditional academic calendar with Monday, August 23, 2021, as the first day of the semester.
- Returning to traditional in-person academic offerings, in addition to continuing our hybrid and virtual offerings.
- Returning to in-person student engagement activities and athletic events with guest attendance welcomed.
- Returning to pre-pandemic residence halls and dining policies.
Additional information will be provided at maryville.edu/SaintStrong. Maryville’s plan is governed by the guidelines and rules of local health officials and this plan is subject to change.