|Religious affiliation:||Presbyterian Church (USA)|
|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit|
|Campus Setting:||Southeast Large suburb|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Bachelor's degree|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
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Maryville College prepares students for lives of citizenship and leadership as we challenge each one to search for truth, grow in wisdom, work for justice and dedicate a life of creativity and service to the peoples of the world.
I love Maryville College. Maryville College has become my second home. The teachers are very helpful, and they really care about their students/ students' future. The student body is amazing. Everyone is very nice and polite. Sports and the coaches here are incredible as well. Maryville College has a great view and great atmosphere of the outdoors/Great Smoky Mountains. There is a lot to do here as well on campus and off. I encourage anyone who is interested to invested in this great institution.Read More
This college's student body puts on a show for unity and commradery however this is only true for some. For some it is an insular, elitist community rife with awkward, disingenuous, and uncomfortable social experiences. The student body is highly polarized in political and religious thinking; its hard to live a neutral, questioning perspective and not be alienated by both sides because of your lack of apparent zeal. Dormitory living for is dirty and unpleasant, and you WILL have pay community-issued fines for actions of random hooligans that you could not have possibly have influenced. The cafeteria food was unpalatable and unhealthy. Combining all these aggravations with the dissatisfaction of the science program sums up my negative opinion of this institution.Read More
Due to the size of the school, Maryville is like living in our own community. I love being so together with the entire campus and even if I don't know the person I pass on the sidewalk I can still smile and wave. It is in a nice small town that is so fun and quaint, while at the same time being near a large town that can cover all needs. Also, I have made some friends that I know will stick with me for a lifetime.Read More