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MC Division of Fine Arts to present “A Maryville Christmas”

Maryville College’s Division of Fine Arts will present “A Maryville Christmas” on Mon., Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. in the Clayton Center for the Arts’ Ronald and Lynda Nutt Theatre.... Read More.


Three MC students present senior art show Dec. 2-16

The work of three Maryville College senior art majors will be on display Dec. 2-16, 2016.... Read More.


MC mourns death of Dr. Wallace Lewis, professor emeritus of history

Dr. Wallace “Wally” L. Lewis, professor emeritus of history at Maryville College, died Nov. 13. He was 84.... Read More.


MC to host All-East Chorus Nov. 17-19

Maryville College will host the East Tennessee Vocal Association’s “All-East Chorus” Nov. 17-19, 2016 at the Clayton Center for the Arts.... Read More.


Expanding Horizons summer youth theology program set for June 4-9

Expanding Horizons is a week-long residential retreat program hosted at Maryville College for rising 10th, 11th, and 12th grade high school students who have an interest in religion and theology and show a promise for leadership in their schools, churches and sports teams.... Read More.


Vandy Kemp announces retirement

Vandy Kemp, vice president and dean of students at Maryville College, has announced that she will retire on Jan. 2, 2017.... Read More.


MC offers spring 2017 start for first-year students

Maryville College would like to remind high school seniors who are graduating early that they can get their college career underway in the spring.... Read More.


New Chair, Vice Chair announced for MC Board of Directors

Dr. Mary Kay Sullivan and Charles Wright began their terms as Chair and Vice Chair of the Maryville College Board of Directors – the College’s governing body – on Oct. 27, 2016.... Read More.


Peterson and Crutcher are Homecoming royalty

Timela Crutcher was crowned Homecoming Queen during Homecoming festivities Oct. 22, while senior Nicholas Peterson was crowned Homecoming King.... Read More.


Sunset Café opens in Clayton Center

Sunset Café, operated by Rocky’s Jamaica Sunrise, will begin serving food in the Clayton Center's Recital Hall Building beginning Nov. 1 with a ribbon cutting and official opening scheduled for 3:30-5 p.m., Nov. 7. ... Read More.


MC to host Financial Aid Night Dec. 8

Maryville College will host Financial Aid Night on Thurs., Dec. 8, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.... Read More.

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