Father and Son — Fellow Students at Maryville

Sam Slaughter is a nursing student on campus, while his dad, Kelly Slaughter, studies for his MBA online

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Join the Movement

Maryville announces Maryville Forward, a new opportunity to propel the University ahead into the next 150 years.

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Making Speech-Language Services Accessible for All Children

Families in North St. Louis now have a place to take children struggling with speech, thanks to the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, a program of Maryville University.

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Maryville’s Esports Team Wins Second Gateway Legends Trophy

Maryville’s League of Legends Esports Team won the second annual Gateway Legends Collegiate Invitational, marking back-to-back hometown tournament titles.

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Maryville Partners with Under Armour as Official Outfitter for Athletics Programs

Maryville University has signed an official partnership agreement with Under Armour, Inc., through BSN SPORTS, as the official athletic outfitter for all Saints programs.

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Young Named Maryville’s Executive Director for Strategic Marketing and Communications

Gabrielle Young will engineer and direct Maryville’s marketing and communication strategy aligned with the University’s strategic plan.

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Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD

New Podcast Episodes Released

On the Disruptor in Chief podcast, Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD, discusses the future of innovation in higher education.

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Where in the World is the #BigRedM?

Announcing a summer social media contest! Send us photos of yourself wearing Maryville gear and use #MaryvilleSummer for a chance to win amazing prizes.

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Hand Made Work Done Well

At Well Made Workshop, Kevin Kelly, ’03, is a master of small-batching manufacturing from leather and textile goods to metal fabrication.

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Leaving a Legacy Forward

Cherie Fister, MFA, vice president for academic affairs, will retire effective at the end of the academic year. She leaves a lasting legacy for active student learning.

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Commencement 2022 – Photos, Videos, and Social Media

The Maryville community was overjoyed to celebrate an in-person Commencement for the first time in two years since the pandemic began.

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