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Academic Support Center:

The Academic Support Center is the central academic support component at Maryville College. The center provides learning strategies and consultations to students that focus on learning styles, textbook strategies, note-taking skills, test preparation and test-taking strategies. The Academic Support Center staff also assist students with academic goal setting, organizational skills and time management. The Academic Support Center provides tutoring and group study sessions as well as individualized consultations. The Academic Support Center also houses Disability Services which offers services and accommodations for qualified students with disabilities or medical needs.
Thaw Hall #204 (865) 981-8121 or email 
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Career Center:

Located in Bartlett Hall, the Maryville College Career Center promotes career success through exploration, counseling, education and connections to professional resources. Staff can help you build a resume, translate your military experience into civilian terms, or network for internships.
Bartlett Hall #308 Call (865) 981-8220 or email
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Counseling Services:

The Counseling Center is committed to promoting the health and well-being of the Maryville College community. The Center provides assessment, short-term care, and referrals related to academic, social, and personal concerns. Educational programs on study skills, stress reduction, self-management, chemical dependency, and personal development are also offered. All services are confidential.
Bartlett Hall #337 (865) 981-8035 or email 
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Financial Aid:

The Financial Aid Office is your source for all sources of financial aid and scholarships, grants and loans. Access your Financial Aid Roadmap.
Fayerweather Hall #141 (865) 981-8100 or email 
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Contact the Office of Residence Life for housing information.
Bartlett #306 (865) 981-8192 or email 
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Military Service Advisory Council  (MSAC)

The Maryville College Military Service Advisory Council (MSAC) is comprised of students and staff members from across campus and was established to bring organization to the commitment of the College to its military-related student populations. The services implemented by MSAC are designed to bring support and assistance to students who have served in any branch of the United States Armed Forces, whether during wartime or peace, as well as their family members. Our mission is to: Assist students in the transition from military to civilian life, aid students in the achievement of their academic pursuits, facilitate military-related student integration into the campus community, encourage recognition of the outstanding achievements of our veterans and family members, and ensure a successful college experience.

Bartlett Hall #204 (865) 981-8015

Veteran Educational Benefits and Certification:

Veteran Educational Benefits Certification is an arm of the Registrar’s Office that stands ready to assist student veterans and their dependents in taking advantage of educational benefits while at Maryville College. If you are a new or returning student who desires to utilize military benefits to complete your degree program be sure to contact the School Certifying Official and provide the necessary documentation.
Fayerweather Hall #148 (865) 981-8211 or email 
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Veteran Tutoring Program: 

The Military Student Center has recently established a program of bringing in tutors in various classes across campus to lend a hand to vets who may be struggling.  A veteran who is facing issues in a particular course may specifically request a tutor and all tutoring sessions are kept strictly confidential if the veteran so chooses.  Often times, student veterans themselves may volunteer their time and services to tutor other veterans.  Additionally, MC has partnered with the Veterans Pre-College program for additional tutor support; see additional information under the Resources tab.                                                                                                                   Bartlett Hall #204 (865) 981-8015

American Legion Post 13 Maryville - Located less than two miles from the Maryville College campus.

Blount County Veterans Affairs - The Blount County Veterans Affairs Office provides accredited representation to Veterans and their family members with VA benefits and assistance in filing the necessary forms as required by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits include: Service Connected Disability, Improved Pension Programs, Survivor Benefits, Health Benefits Burial Benefits and all other VA benefits. The Blount County Veterans Affairs Office will never charge for any assistance provided to Veterans and their family members.

E Benefits - A service of the Department of Veteran Affairs and the Department of Defense, a gateway to online benefit information.

MyHealtheVet - My HealtheVet is the VA’s online personal health record. It was designed for Veterans, active duty Servicemembers, their dependents and caregivers. My HealtheVet helps you partner with your health care team. It provides you opportunities and tools to make informed decisions and manage your health care.

National Vet Center - Readjustment counseling services are available through the Knoxville Vet Center. For veteran students who have served in a combat theater during a time of conflict, individual, family, and group counseling services are available free of charge. Additionally, any veteran who has experienced military sexual trauma may receive free counseling services, and surviving family members of any veteran who has died during a period of active duty, regardless of cause of death are eligible for free bereavement counseling.

Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs - The Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs (TDVA) operates 14 field offices, four Tennessee State Veterans Cemeteries, serves as liaison for three Tennessee State Veterans Homes, assists with active duty casualties and hosts outreach events across the state to raise awareness and assist Veterans as well as their families. Veterans Benefits Representatives at the 14 TDVA field offices help Veterans and their families to file claims for federal benefits.

Outpatient Clinic, Knoxville, TN - The William C. Tallent Outpatient Clinic in Knoxville provides health care to veterans and entry into the VA health care system. Although designated for outpatient services only, referrals are made to an appropriate medical center when specialists or hospitalization is medically indicated.

Veterans Administration - General benefit information, including healthcare, educational, and financial

Veterans Pre-College Program - MC participates in the Veterans Pre-College Program managed out of the CAPS Outreach Center on the UTK campus. The program is funded by the Dept. of Education and open to all veterans who have gained admission and enrolled in a college within one of the 14 designated East Tennessee counties.

Career and Job Resource -

Center for Minority Veterans -

Council for Adult and Experiential Learning -

Directory of Veterans and Military Service Organizations -

Disabled Veterans Service Organizations -

Federal Jobs -

Leadership Scholar Program USMC -

Military News -

Military Transcripts -

School Comparison Tool -

Troops to Teachers -

US Veterans Magazine -

VA eBenefits-Jobs -

VA for Vets – Veteran Employment Services -

Veteran's Guide to Getting Hired -

Women Veterans Programs -