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MLK Day Events

Several events will be held on campus Jan. 20-22, as part of Maryville College’s 2020 Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday observances.

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Career High

Jimmy Reese ’81, the Scots’ assistant baseball coach, is recognized with the Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association’s Jim Painter Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Unplugged

"Analog zones" encourage the MC community to practice more intentional screen time usage -- and engage in more face-to-face interactions and real-time experiences.

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A Healthy Partnership

In an effort to promote positive mental health for children, MC psychology students partnered with three Blount County elementary schools to create "Be Calm" rooms in the schools.

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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 Dean’s List for fall 2019 semester announced  Dean’s List for fall 2019 semester announced   Maryville College administrators have announced the Dean’s List for the fall 2019 semester, listing 300 students as having met the requirements for the academic honor. Read More England and Scotland tour planned for May 2020, alumni and community members invited England and Scotland tour planned for May 2020, alumni and community members invited Maryville College’s “Of Stones and Stars” 2020 Companion Tour to England and Scotland is scheduled for May 5-15, 2020. Read More Spring 2020 rehearsals announced for MC community ensembles Spring 2020 rehearsals announced for MC community ensembles Spring 2020 rehearsals will begin in January for Maryville College’s community music ensembles. Read More MC students attend computer science conference, computing competition MC students attend computer science conference, computing competition Three Maryville College students recently attended the Mid-Southeast Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) fall 2019 conference, and one had the opportunity to present his research. Read More MC Theatre Department to present “Shrek the Musical” March 27-29  MC Theatre Department to present “Shrek the Musical” March 27-29  The Maryville College Theatre Department will present the musical fairy tale “Shrek the Musical” March 27-29, 2019. Read More MC’s Locklin-Sofer publishes book about 18th-century murder in France MC’s Locklin-Sofer publishes book about 18th-century murder in France Dr. Nancy Locklin-Sofer, professor of history at Maryville College, has recently published Murder, Justice, and Harmony in an Eighteenth-Century French Village (Routledge, 2019). Read More