Visit Maryville College and see why we're considered one of the South's best liberal arts colleges. The students, faculty, and staff welcome visitors to the campus. Visitors should contact the Office of Admissions a minimum of two weeks in advance to request a visit with an overnight stay (available Sunday-Thursday nights during fall and spring semesters); a minimum of three days in advance of a one-day visit.

Prospective students are encouraged to spend the night in a residence hall, attend class in a discipline you're really interested in, meet with a professor to discuss a major, have lunch (on us!) in our dining hall, and find out what it's like to be a Maryville College student. Overnight stays are offered to current high school seniors and prospective transfer students and are limited to Sunday through Thursday evenings during the fall, J-term, or spring semesters.

Office Hours

The Office of Admissions is open from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday, and on most Saturdays during the Academic Year (September-May) from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon.

Campus Tours

Campus tours, conducted by current students who are members of our Maryville College Ambassador program, occur three times a day, Monday through Friday (9:30 am, 10:30 am, and 1:30 pm) during the Academic Year (September-May). Summer tours (June-August) are offered at 9:30 am. Saturday visits are accommodated through a series of Open House programs or campus tours offered on most Saturdays during the Academic Year (at 9:30 am); check with the Office of Admissions or our Events Page for dates and times.

Interested in Sustainability? Sign up to take our Sustainability Tour to learn about energy-efficient and environmentally friendly initiatives and facilities at Maryville College. Or take the Sustainability tour via our 3D Sustainability Map!

Not able to visit campus? Not a problem! Take a tour of campus via our 3D interactive map

2018-2019 Saturday Visits

Check out our Admissions Events calendar for additional Saturday visit opportunities! To sign-up for one of the Saturday visit days below (information session with MC Admissions Counselor and Campus Tour with current students at 9:30 am, Q&A with an Admissions Counselor at 11 am), sign up online.

FALL SPRING
Saturday, September 15, 2018 Saturday, January 12, 2019
Saturday, September 22, 2018 Saturday, January 19, 2019
Saturday, October 6, 2018 Saturday, January 26, 2019
Saturday, October 13, 2018 Saturday, February 2, 2019
Saturday, October 20, 2018 Saturday, February 9, 2019
Saturday, October 27, 2018 Saturday, March 23, 2019
Saturday, November 10, 2018 Saturday, April 6, 2019
Saturday, November 17, 2018 Saturday, April 27, 2019
Saturday, December 1, 2018 Saturday, May 11, 2019
 Saturday, December 15, 2018 Saturday, May 18, 2019

Map & Directions

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Maps

Map your trip and get driving directions to Maryville College from our Google campus map, or choose Driving Directions below to view our list of driving instructions.

If you would like to view or download a campus map they are available here: Campus Map - for print (4 MB)    

Driving Directions

NORTH FROM CHATTANOOGA/ ATLANTA

Take I-75N toward Knoxville. Exit at Lenoir City, Highway 321 (just before getting to Knoxville) and turn right off the exit. Continue on 321 for approximately 20 miles (through Lenoir City) and you will come into Maryville. Continue straight and the college will be on the right (you will go under a "bridge" with Maryville College written on it; the campus is the second right turn).

EAST FROM NASHVILLE

Take I-40E toward Knoxville. Exit at Oak Ridge, Highway 321 (before I-75) and turn right off the exit. Continue on 321 for approximately 25 miles (through Lenoir City) and you will come into Maryville. Continue straight and the college will be on the right (you will go under a "bridge" with Maryville College written on it; the campus is the second right turn).

SOUTH FROM TRI-CITIES

Take I-81S toward Knoxville. At the Asheville/Knoxville split, take I-40W toward Knoxville. As you come into Knoxville stay on I -40W until you take the Smoky Mountain/Alcoa Hwy exit, Hwy 129S. As you exit the road will split; bear to the left, following the airport signs. After you pass the airport, bear to the left at fork and follow the MC signs through Alcoa. Continue straight through six traffic lights. At the seventh light you will see the campus; turn right onto 321S (Lamar Alexander Parkway). Turn immediately left into the college.

SOUTH FROM KENTUCKY

Take I-75S toward Knoxville. After exit 108 (Merchants Road) in Knoxville, I-75 splits into I-75/I-640 (to Chattanooga) and I-275 (to Knoxville). Take I-275S to Knoxville. I-275 ends after approximately 3 miles. Take I-40W for about one mile. From I-40, look for the Smoky Mountain/Alcoa Hwy exit, Hwy 129S. Continue on 129S past McGhee-Tyson airport (approximately 20 miles). When the highway splits after the airport, stay to the left, continuing through six traffic lights. At the seventh light, you will see the campus; turn right onto 321S (Lamar Alexander Parkway). Turn immediately left into the college.

WEST FROM NORTH CAROLINA

Take I-40W toward Knoxville. As you come into Knoxville stay on I-40W until you take the Smoky Mountain/Alcoa Hwy. Exit. Hwy 129S. As you exit the road will split; bear to the left, following the airport signs. Continue on 129S past McGhee-Tyson airport (approximately 20 miles). When the highway splits after the airport, stay to the left, continuing through six traffic lights. At the seventh light you will see the campus; turn right onto 321S (Lamar Alexander Parkway). Turn immediately left into the college.

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Accommodations

Find out about on-campus dining. Have lunch on us - just ask!

View this list of accommodations, dining, and services in and around Maryville.

Surrounding Area Info

Maryville & Blount County

Knoxville

Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg