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Why Maryville is Digital Now

Our emphasis on digital innovation has prepared Maryville students for the tools of tomorrow, today. Digital Now brings students the resources they need to excel at their fingertips– and these resources follow them through graduation and beyond.

Our digital humans were born to take our individualized student services to the next level through machine learning.

Digital Humans
Expand Support

Imagine a 150 year-old university leveraging technology to offer students tutoring or financial aid support based on algorithms created by a digital human.

Advance Through

Maryville is one of the first universities to offer transcripts, diplomas and other credentials on a secure blockchain.

Our students and alumni now have the freedom of owning their educational records with the security of institutional verification.

Share Smarter
and Faster

Today’s student needs optimal tech performance to learn and explore, that’s why we invested in Wi-Fi 6 and 6e infrastructure.

Wi-Fi 6 uses AI and Machine Learning to transmit data to more devices, faster and with less battery drain. It’s the foundation of Digital Now.

Digital Now
Campus Experience

Maryville University has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for its extensive smart classroom and faculty expertise.

Our campus runs on Apple™ tech, from our iPads with 200+ apps to our authenticated Saints ID that students use to securely access buildings, purchase meals, and more.

“Our students have grown up in a digital age, and the level of convenience and security the Saints ID brings is in line with what they expect.”

— President Mark Lombardi, PhD

We’re revolutionizing what it means to learn with and from technology.



Personalized learning is driven by Digital Now.

Every undergraduate traditional student receives a free iPad with 200+ educational apps and access to the latest technology to support their active learning in the classroom.

Everything inside of the classroom should be challenging, and everything outside of the classroom should be easy.

-- President Mark Lombardi, PhD