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Fall Plans Announced

Months after the COVID-19 outbreak forced Maryville College to move to distance learning, the school will resume in-person classes and residential living in August.

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Pharmacy Partnership

Starting this fall, MC and ETSU will offer a dual-degree pharmacy program that will allow MC students to pursue a B.A. in biopharmaceutical sciences and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.

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Nursing Graduates

The first students to complete MC’s dual-degree health care and nursing program graduated in May. They now hold two degrees: a B.A. in health care from Maryville College and a B.S. in nursing from Tennessee Wesleyan University.

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Impressive Grads

MC students go on to do great things after graduation, and the Class of 2020 is no different. Read more about some of these graduates and their impressive post-graduation plans.

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College of Distinction

Maryville College has been named a 2020-21 College of Distinction for its innovative, high-impact approach to education that focuses on student success and satisfaction.

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Virtual Visits

In-person tours are now on hold due to COVID-19, but virtual visits offer information about programs of study, the campus and reasons to choose Maryville College.

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News & Events

President Coker responds to ICE guidance on international students President Coker responds to ICE guidance on international students The following is a memorandum emailed to members of the Maryville College community from President Bryan Coker regarding ICE guidance on international students. Read More MC community ensembles on hiatus for fall 2020 semester MC community ensembles on hiatus for fall 2020 semester The Maryville College Division of Fine Arts has announced that four of its community ensembles will be on hiatus for the fall 2020 semester, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More Daily Times Column:  Keep an eye on Maryville College Daily Times Column: Keep an eye on Maryville College Dr. Bryan Coker introduces himself to the Blount County community in a July 5 guest column published by the Daily Times. Read More Warrick named 2020 Ledford Scholar Warrick named 2020 Ledford Scholar Julia Warrick ’21, a senior biochemistry major at Maryville College, has received a Ledford Scholarship from the Appalachian College Association (ACA) to fund summer research. Read More Coker excited to begin presidential tenure Coker excited to begin presidential tenure Dr. Bryan Coker began his tenure as MC's 12th president on July 1. Read More MC grad and veteran uses sobriety journey to help other vets MC grad and veteran uses sobriety journey to help other vets U.S. Navy veteran David Daniels ’20 credits Maryville College with his sobriety. With a strong support system and encouragement from faculty and staff, he underwent treatment and graduated from MC in May. Read More Admissions resumes in-person tours July 6 Admissions resumes in-person tours July 6 After three months of virtual introductions, MC's Admissions Office is inviting prospective students back to campus starting July 6. Read More Threadgill closes out 32-year teaching career Threadgill closes out 32-year teaching career In May, Dr. Paul Threadgill closed out a 32-year career of teaching in the Natural Sciences Division and mentoring hundreds of students. Read More