Maryville University was founded as an academy for young women in 1872, by the Religious of the Sacred Heart. Now, as a private, four-year university offering 90 + degree programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels, Maryville still stands firmly on our heritage.
At Maryville, you’ll explore the world in innovative learning spaces, develop digital confidence and skills, meet and collaborate with an increasingly diverse student population, and through our many corporate partnerships, you’ll make powerful connections for internships and jobs.
Our primary objective is to support our students through the collection, analysis, and reporting of institutional data for decision making and accountability.
Alumni services include resume review, interview preparation, job search strategies, monthly Resume Café and Mock Interview opportunities.
Along with fostering student-sponsored activities that help sustain a vibrant campus life at Maryville University, Student Life is also dedicated to providing meaningful services and programs for our students. Health and Wellness and Personal Counseling care for your physical and mental well-being; Office of Service and Spiritual Life and Community Services upports your spiritual interests and promotes civic engagement opportunities; and Office of Diversity & Inclusion provides cultural enrichment programs designed to create a supportive social and academic environment for students of diverse backgrounds, cultures and ethnicities.
Living on campus at Maryville offers a great opportunity to meet other international and domestic students, study together, and more opportunities to participate in activities around campus. There is so much going on around campus; you would not want to miss it.
The Maryville University Library, a 47,167-square foot facility, houses the Library collections and services.
The Maryville University Data Network (the Network) consists of the wiring, networking hardware and software, wireless networking equipment, networking services (including, but not limited to, file storage, distributed applications, electronic collaboration, and video conferencing), and Internet services.
Our nurse-directed Health and Wellness Center provides students with health education, emergency care and treatment of minor illness or injury, medical records maintenance and referrals and resources for confidential care. Our goal is to help Maryville students maintain optimal health during their academic years and develop a lifestyle that will support wellness throughout their lives.
The Residential Life program at Maryville strives to meet the differing needs of a changing student population. All students living in university housing can expect a high-quality residential program that provides a fun, supportive, and challenging environment where every student can live, learn and develop academic and social skills.
This year on our campus, residents can expect numerous events ranging from social, get-to-know-you activities, to programs and services designed to help students become more successful in the classroom.
We offer all alumni access to the fitness center, gym, locker room, and outdoor tennis court. Be prepared to show your photo ID or Maryville Card at the entrance of Simon Center!
Maryville University students are active and involved in over 100 student organizations – a number that’s growing every day! We offer student organizations representing general interests, spiritual beliefs, academic interests, cultural groups, social awareness projects, club sports, and honor societies.
Maryville University of Saint Louis is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (reaffirmed 2015) and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.