The holiday season is always a special time at Maryville University, from Christmas celebrations to Hanukkah candle lightings. The buildings are decked in evergreen wreaths and red-and-white lights. Click through for a photo slideshow of some of the season’s best campus images!
A recent U.S. News & World Report analysis determined that Maryville University is the No. 1 over-performing university in the country.
Experts at U.S. News & World Report looked at data from the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2013, then took peer assessment and compared it to actual rankings. Maryville University’s performance is 87 places above its peer assessments.
Maryville University is offering a master of business administration degree at Scott Air Force Base in southern Illinois, with classes to be offered both on-base and online so that students can study on site or continue their education if they’re deployed or transferred. The University also has started offering its MBA online.
When Assistant Professor of Studio Art Scott Angus started at Maryville University, he knew the University needed to update its photo lab space. And he soon realized part of the solution could be found right on campus, as he enlisted the help earlier this year of student Karen Smith, an interior design major, to collaborate with him on the redesign.
The men’s basketball team is having the best start in program history, with five straight wins. On Dec. 5, they beat the University of Missouri-St. Louis Tritons. It was their first win over the Tritons in 14 attempts.
Alumni and friends of Maryville University are invited to attend a brief talk and question-and-answer session by P.W. Singer, a specialist on 21st century warfare. Singer will be on campus Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 11:30 a.m. in Maryville University Auditorium.
We wanted to let alumni know about two 2013 events, so they can save the dates on their calendars. The Dr. Seuss Birthday Party will be on Sunday, Feb. 24. Alumni Trivia Night will be on Saturday, March 2.