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The following is a memorandum emailed to members of the Maryville College community from President Tom Bogart regarding nationwide calls for racial equality and justice.... Read More.
Maryville College will honor its outgoing president, Dr. William T. “Tom” Bogart, and First Lady Mary Bogart during the week of June 22-26.... Read More.
To help MC’s Class of 2020 navigate the current job market, the MC Career Center and Office of Alumni Affairs hosted a panel discussion titled “Graduating in a Recession."... Read More.
Maryville College administrators have announced the Dean’s List for the spring 2020 semester, listing 317 students as having met the requirements for the academic honor.... Read More.
In the Class of 2020, several students are continuing a family tradition by graduating from Maryville College. ... Read More.
The Class of 2020 includes 250 graduates, 69 of whom earned honors diplomas.... Read More.
Maryville College seniors Jonathan Bates ’20 and Gabbie Kelsey ’20 have been accepted to the Japan Exchange Teaching (JET) Program, a Japanese government initiative that brings college graduates to the country to teach English.... Read More.
Dr. Nikki Hilton, assistant professor of psychology, was named the College's Outstanding Teacher Award winner, while Dr. Drew Crain, professor of biology, was recognized as runner-up. ... Read More.
Attending via Zoom, student veterans and military-related students in Maryville College's Class of 2020 were celebrated in a virtual Coin and Cording Ceremony on May 7.... Read More.
Miracle Walls ’20 and Amy Gilliland were named recipients of the 2020 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award.... Read More.
COVID-19 forced MC to adopt distance learning for the Spring Semester, but administrators are “cautiously optimistic” that they can resume in-person instruction and residential living in the fall.... Read More.
The #BackPorchProject is providing support for students who are still living on campus, essential MC employees who are working on campus and hospital employees who are staying in residence halls. ... Read More.
Maryville College has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Blount Memorial Hospital that will allow housing for up to 80 staff members.... Read More.