Applying to Maryville College
Be successful. Make a difference. That's what Maryville is all about. Our students live and learn in a community that prepares students for enriched lives as citizens, leaders, and educated persons and provides a personal and total learning experience.
Whether you are currently
- applying to enroll in college courses while still in high school ,
- in high school applying as a first-year student,
- a college student applying to transfer,
- an international applicant,
- out of high school and would like to take a couple classes part-time,
- or a Veteran with Yellow Ribbon Program benefits
To apply to Maryville now, create your personalized Future Scot account. By doing so, you will be able to apply for admission, sign up for a campus tour, register for campus events, and check your application status.
Maryville College is proud to have enrolled and graduated many outstanding homeschooled students. Your process for admission is the same as for public or private school students. However, we strongly encourage you to stay in contact with your Admission Counselor to make sure your application materials are complete.
Students who have completed the junior year of high school may request consideration for early admission. In addition, local high school students who have time in their schedules for additional courses may enroll part-time on a space-available basis.
Early admission candidates and high school students seeking to enroll part-time must furnish evidence of a strong high school record and above average test scores as well as a letter from the principal or guidance counselor indicating that the applicant has the intellectual and social maturity to profit from college study. A personal interview with an admission officer and a college faculty member is mandatory.
Early admission applicants should submit the application documents listed under the requirements section. High school students seeking to enroll part-time should submit the following:
- Non-degree student application for admission. Please contact Admissions for this application.
- Official transcript of high school work. Home schooled students should submit a summary of high-school level subjects studied along with an assessment of academic achievement in each area studied.
- Scores from either the American College Testing Program (ACT) or the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) of the College Entrance Examination Board, if available.
- Letter of recommendation from the high school principal or guidance counselor.
Advanced Placement / International Baccalaureate
Maryville College awards credit through the Advanced Placement (AP) program of the College Entrance Examination Board and the International Baccalaureate program. Students who achieve a minimum score of 4 on AP examinations or 4 on IB examinations will be granted college credit and may be eligible for advanced placement in college courses upon approval of the instructional departments involved. Applicants should submit requests for Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate credit during the summer prior to enrollment.
Following admission to the College, students are required to pay a $300 enrollment deposit; $100 of which is for housing, and $200 of which is a one-time general deposit. Students who intend to commute to Maryville College will have the housing portion of this deposit credited toward tuition. The enrollment deposit is refundable until May 1.