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Bicentennial Celebration

Hundreds of alumni, faculty, staff and friends of Maryville College gathered in the Clayton Center for Arts for the Founder’s Day and Bicentennial Celebration on Oct. 19.

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Exercise is Medicine®

Several events are planned that promote physical activity, as part of Maryville College’s celebration of Exercise is Medicine® on Campus Awareness Month in October.

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#3 in the South

Maryville College has been listed in U.S. News & World Report’s “2020 Best Colleges” guidebook, ranking third overall in the “Best Regional Colleges – South” category.

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$1 million for STEM

The National Science Foundation recently awarded a five-year grant to fund Maryville College’s Scots Science Scholars (S3) program. The funding will broaden the program’s impact to create a culture of STEM on campus.

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Apply Today!

Maryville College Admissions has launched the online enrollment application for 2020.

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News & Events

Search for College's 12th president underway Search for College's 12th president underway The Board of Directors of Maryville College is pleased to announce the search for the 12th president of the College. Read More MC receives DOJ grant for prevention-education program MC receives DOJ grant for prevention-education program Maryville College has received a $300,000 grant from the United States Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women to create the Preventing Assault and Violence through Education (PAVE) program. Read More ‘Meet Maryville’ is Nov. 9 ‘Meet Maryville’ is Nov. 9 High school students, adult learners and college transfer students are all invited to the “Meet Maryville” event scheduled for Sat., Nov. 9, 2019. Read More MC Bicentennial celebration to conclude with Handel’s “Messiah” Dec. 6 MC Bicentennial celebration to conclude with Handel’s “Messiah” Dec. 6 As the final event of Maryville College's year-long Bicentennial celebration, Maryville College music ensembles will present Handel’s “Messiah” on Dec. 6, 2019. Read More MC’s Trevathan inducted into East Tennessee Writers Hall of Fame MC’s Trevathan inducted into East Tennessee Writers Hall of Fame Kim Trevathan, associate professor of writing communication at Maryville College, was inducted into the East Tennessee Writers Hall of Fame on Sept. 20. Read More “To Know You” play brings to life figure from MC’s past “To Know You” play brings to life figure from MC’s past “To Know You,” a play about Susan Wiley Walker, will be performed Nov. 1-2, 2019 at the Clayton Center for the Arts Read More MC named “Top College” by Forbes MC named “Top College” by Forbes Maryville College again has been named a “Top College” by Forbes for 2019. Read More Washington Monthly recognizes MC for value, contribution to public good Washington Monthly recognizes MC for value, contribution to public good In its annual College Guide and Rankings, Washington Monthly ranked Maryville College No. 16 in its list of “Top 200 Bachelor’s Colleges” and No. 30 in its “Best Bang for the Buck Colleges – South” rankings. Read More