Maryville University in St. Louis is honored to receive distinction as a ranked “National University” in the “Best Colleges 2012” list published by U.S. News & World Report. This ranking reflects Maryville’s outstanding undergraduate and graduate programs and the University’s substantial growth over the past five years.
Maryville University’s Center for Civic Engagement and Democracy has started a partnership with the St. Patrick Center, an agency in St. Louis that helps people who are homeless, where University representatives will give presentations to staff at the center on topics ranging from yoga skills to leadership techniques.
Maryville University’s Young Alumni Board has two new co-chairs who share similar goals. Derek Kueker, ’05 and Sheri Vahlkamp Mertens, ’07, ’09 want to encourage more alumni participation on campus and in University-sponsored service activities that will benefit area communities.
Alumni and members of the public are invited to attend upcoming events on the campus of Maryville University.
Alumni with Maryville email accounts are asked to convert to the University’s new email system by Nov. 23, or they will lose their previous emails. Maryville’s Technology Services Help Desk is ready to provide assistance.
Maryville Reaches Out, a day where students, faculty, staff and alumni engage in service opportunities had another successful year. Volunteers gave more than 3,680 hours of their time.
Exciting developments on the athletic front: Senior Kayla Eckelkamp was named the Great Lakes Valley Conference Women’s Golfer of the Month for September. And Maryville University’s Head Women’s Soccer Coach Eric Delabar recently was inducted into the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame.