Mostly I have learned about myself and the person I want to be. College life has helped me find my place and I have realized that I want to fill my spot and let others see my light. As a college freshman, I have taken a mixture of classes and delved into some interesting subjects that I have never touched before.
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Maryville College is a small, private, liberal-arts college nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. It challenges you not only in the classroom but also through extra curricular activities, sports, student discussions, among other opportunities. All of the students know each other, and there are many opportunities for growth in and out of the classroom.» Read More
It is a very welcoming community with people that will do what ever they can to help you through the struggles of college. The board of directors are very helpful and welcoming as well as many of the other staff. There is a very wide variety of possible majors and being undecided isn't as big of a problem for first time students.» Read More
Maryville College is a school that demands alot of studying as well as a must to attend all your classes rain or shine. Maryville College is giving me the opportunity to study English which I love studying. Maryville College is also giving me the chance to play basketball so that oneday when I become a coach I can say I went to the best college around Maryville College.» Read More
Maryville College is expensive, but with the right amount of scholarships it will be more than worth it in the end. Small class sizes, strong community, and exceptional professors will make you feel like you truly belong here. The pros outweigh the cons, but a few downsides are inconsistent food quality and no greek life.» Read More