Fifteen Maryville University students work from a phone bank on campus to keep the University in touch with its alumni and to ask for donations to support the school.
Shifts of students make thousands of phone calls on Monday through Thursday evenings to keep the University in touch with its alumni.
Hundreds of alumni have been back on campus in recent weeks, thanks to a School of Education Dr. Seuss Birthday Party event on Feb. 26, and the always well-received Alumni Trivia Night on March 2. Thank you to faculty, staff and alumni volunteers who made these events such a wonderful time. Follow the “more” option to check out two photo slideshows from the events.
The Maryville University community is mourning the death of Mary Jane Stock Thaman, ’41, of Frontenac, Mo., who died Thursday at age 92. Thaman was well-known for her deep commitment to Maryville, her work with the American Heart Association and her involvement with several other community organizations.
Maryville University has released a new mobile phone app that provides users with information about the latest University news and events. It links prospective students to application checklists and financial aid information.
Are you are scrambling to complete a tax return or resolving to make your return less difficult? Here are six tips to help making your filing easier from Professor of Accounting Kim Temme, MBA, CPA.
There are plenty of opportunities in upcoming weeks to listen to nationally known leaders or celebrated authors, to race in support of a cause, to view art or listen to music with other Maryville alumni and friends. Race Against Violence on April 1 The 6th Annual Race Against Violence is themed “Stand Up, Speak Up,… Continue Reading
The Maryville University campus celebrated the arrival of not one _ but two _ Leap Day babies born to University employees at Mercy Hospital St. Louis on Feb. 29.
In its inaugural season as a program, the Maryville University wrestling squad sent three representatives to the 2012 NCAA Division II National Championship in Pueblo, Colo. First-year student Keenan Hagerty came up just one point short of winning. He became the first Saint to earn All-American wrestling honors. Meanwhile, the women’s basketball team won the Great Lakes Valley Conference before falling short against the In its inaugural NCAA Division II Basketball Tournament appearance, the Maryville women fell short against Ashland, the No. 2 Division II team in the country on March 9. Both teams got considerable outside notice for their strong showings in Division II play.