Meet Arin

Hometown: Centennial, Colorado High School: Smoky Hill High School Major: Elementary Education Graduation Year: 2018 I discovered Maryville University during my Junior year of high school while at a college fair. I was familiar with St. Louis from traveling to NFTY Chavurot and had friends who lived in the area, so...

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Meet Josh

Hometown: Davis, California High School: Davis Senior High School Major: Rawlings Sport Business Management and Finance Graduation Year: 2020 When I started thinking about college, my goal was to look for a school with an emphasis on business. But I have always have had a huge passion for sports, in...

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Meet Randi

Hometown: Superior, Colorado High School: Monarch High School Major: Nursing Graduating Year: 2020 I first found out about Maryville in when I heard that one of my friends was coming here. Shortly after, I found out about the Nursing program. I was very excited that it was a direct admit...

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Ehud Barak Visits St. Louis and Maryville University

Ehud Barak is like a character in a spy thriller by Israeli novelist Daniel Silva — except that Barak is real and realistic about the State of Israel, which he served as prime minister from 1999-2001. Barak, Israel’s most decorated soldier, addressed an audience of more than 2,000 people Nov....

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Maryville University Hillel Opens on Campus

Maryville University has announced a new affiliation with Hillel International, the largest Jewish student organization in the world. The creation of a Maryville University Hillel marks the first time more than one Hillel will be serving students in the St. Louis community. The announcement follows concerted efforts by Maryville in...

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Holocaust Survivor to Speak on Campus

Holocaust survivor Rachel Miller will be on campus to speak about her experience during the Holocaust and World War II. She was born in France and was a hidden child during the Holocaust. November 1, 2016 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

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