University of Maryville Reviews | final reports (2023)

Student and graduate reviews

Master in Cybersecurity

  • Classified: 02.01.2023
  • Graduate: internet security
  • Grad year: 2021

“I have nothing against Maryville, but this is my opinion and that of students who are considering taking the Master of Cybersecurity program online. I graduated with a 3.6 GPA. The program consists of about 85 rapid readings and tests. The other approximately 15% are laboratories. Semesters accelerate into 8 weeks with no breaks between semesters (semester ends on Sunday, next subject starts the next day). The professors are fine, but how much extra time can they spend on difficult subjects with an 8-week semester? The labs are short and there is not much practice. Again, how much can you earn on 8-week appointments? Some courses have technical issues but are resolved with 24/7 support. I graduated in August 2021 and did like 3 internet interviews. Two of the interviews were terrible because I couldn't remember everything I did on the show. In my opinion, this is due to the short delivery times of 8 weeks. I work for a top 5 bank and most of my cyber job submissions (14) were ignored (8 of them were rejected outright without an interview). I am an intern and I have yet to get a Cyber ​​related interview. I don't know how many external resumes I've already sent, but I'm sure that in 2022 there were more than 15 (13 rejected without an interview). Bottom line: In my opinion, I would save 26,000-30,000 debt and attend a quality cybersecurity bootcamp. Bootcamps are mostly hands-on (75-85% labs and projects). Despite the perceived high demand for cybersecurity professionals, employers seem to want candidates with experience in terms of degrees and certificates. Bootcamps give you that hands-on experience with systems. and projects designed for them Jobs are needed rather than quick tasks. Many bootcamps include exam and CompTIA certification preparation (e.g. Security+, Network+. Also, bootcamps are half the cost of training program for masters programs at my company as of September 2022. After not receiving a response by months i wrote several emails to the recruiter and hiring manager and my emails were ignored I am an internal candidate and they still ignore me Finally in December after sending the rejection email i sent an e emailed recruiter asking for feedback and advice, said m Because there were many qualified applicants and although I have worked in various industries in the financial services industry for over 15 years (e.g. financial crimes, investing, escrow, auditing), my resume is impressive and would like to gain hands-on experience in cybernetics and give it a try next year. Take part in training that is primarily hands-on experience that comes with proof of readiness and exam give me CompTIA."


  • Classified: 12.12.2022
  • Graduate: Nurse (psychiatric-mental health)
  • Grad year: 2020

“I enjoyed the Post Master's of Nursing program at Maryville University. It is a self-paced program and you must be smart and motivated to complete your course. This is not an easy program. If you are not serious about learning and education, this program is not for you. I also liked that they eliminated mediocre nursing students because prescribing drugs is serious business. PS: If you want an easy school that doesn't care about quality, you should go to an inferior school like Walden University."


  • Classified: 12/05/2022
  • Graduate: Nurse (psychiatric-mental health)
  • Grad year: 2024

"I would advise anyone who goes to school to go elsewhere. The school is assertive, lots of materials and homework and they like to see people fail. Supervised test and you have to get 80% pass. Exams are difficult and many people fail. The school is not cheap either. If you want to attend the school festival with a chance of passing, go somewhere else."


  • Classified: 17.11.2022
  • Graduate: Nurse (acute care in gerontology for adults)
  • Grad year: 2024
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“Remember to check it out before visiting Maryville, it's not worth your time and money! Instructors give bad grades and there is NO justification for deducting points. You never pass an exam and you never share what you did wrong on the exam!”


  • Classified: 10.11.2022
  • Graduate: Nurse (Adult Psychiatric Mental Health)
  • Grad year: 2023

"Fully self-taught and weekly reading hours covering a very wide range of topics. The first test was only 32 questions and that's only 4 tests for the entire semester. If you don't get an 80% overall on the tests alone, you will automatically fail. There are too much material and no accurate guide on what to study for the test. The test reports and learning objectives don't cover multiple questions even on the test, so many students fail. Hurry. Go somewhere you can get classes, lectures and support.


  • Classified: 12.09.2022
  • Graduate: DNP
  • Grad year: 2023

“I am beyond frustrated with this school. Although I was already practicing as a NP, I decided to enroll at the University of Maryville to earn a degree. After two semesters at this school, I'm starting to reconsider my decision. The school decided to cancel my course without consulting me. I called my counselor to resume my course. However, she was not helpful. I did everything I was asked to do and now I have to wait for my course to resume. Based on my experience, I would not recommend this school for my dog. Fortunately, I know I can thrive in life with or without a DNP degree. Aspiring students, beware!”

lucia m

  • Classified: 24.08.2022
  • Graduate: Nurse (psychiatric-mental health)
  • Grad year: 2022

"Online nursing courses and clinics are what you make of them. You can be in the best school and find fault. This program is designed for the motivated student to learn at a comfortable pace. It's a lot to learn and you will learn." if you like. I went to another nursing school, an inpatient college for my people, and it was the same thing (I had to study and learn foreign concepts). He had to learn what he had to learn. In Maryville, I struggled here and there, but that's normal when it comes to people. I had great teachers and some good ones, but it's normal. You can't always be great no matter where you go. Just figure out your clinical settings before you start, as this will be your biggest challenge. Don't go there if you are not interested in learning or studying seriously to know important things about the human body. Thank you Maryville teachers for encouraging me and not giving me answers but showing me where to find them. I loved everything I learned here and feel like I have more information about mental health. I can't wait to pass my exams on the first try and be one of the top PMHNPs in the USA. Thanks, University of Maryville!"


  • Classified: 03.08.2022
  • Graduate: software development
  • Grad year: 2024

“I have a background in software development and was well prepared to complete the MSSD. The materials, as others have pointed out, are so out of date that some of the instructions and information provided are patently incorrect. Even as someone with a computer background, this course is extremely fast paced with professors who have no real world experience. It is totally unacceptable that people pay good money to get an education and you hire teachers who have almost ZERO hands-on experience in the real world subject they teach. At one point I was asked to completely rewrite a program for an assignment because the teacher couldn't follow the logic. How dare you use something as frightening as... a design pattern in a masters course? Teachers were slow to respond and the school couldn't care less about you once classes started and the grace period passed, so you can't get your money back. I only owe about $5,000 now in loans for these classes which were absolutely useless and I could have gotten a better education on swearing by yelling swear words on the street corner."

bear degree

  • Classified: 4.3.2022
  • Graduate: Nurse (psychiatric-mental health)
  • Grad year: 2022

"Stay away from this school!!! I cannot stress enough that it is not worth your time, money or the incredible unnecessary stress this school causes. Communication is atrocious, on several occasions I contacted them via email and I have not received responses for 4-6 weeks, I have asked Studentenwerk twice for help with the clinic and paperwork, on both requests the person who was supposed to call me was over an hour late for the application and had taken my time working specifically on these calls to answer. these calls resulted in me skipping an entire semester because I didn't have the clinical trial paperwork ready in time, even though my questions and queries were on exactly that topic. For every professor, there are 3 who don't give a shit about being there. The big ones are exceptional and I learned a lot from them. The rest didn't mind. Of course many of the teachers here are very good at riding horses. Apparently getting a DNP goes to the head of some people and respect for the students (the paying customer) goes out the window. I am currently enrolled and passing my courses. All the people I talked to who went to different schools didn't have a fraction of the problems I had. A teacher and a dean called me a liar only to prove later that I was telling the truth. This is not a safe educational environment. This is one of the pay-to-play NP mills he's talking about here."


  • Classified: 17.02.2022
  • Graduate: accounting
  • Grad year: 2027

“I'm an online student working on my graduate degree at the University of Maryville. I have a bachelor's degree and several professional certifications for my career. I'm also used to getting A's in notoriously difficult subjects, like high school science class. Example from Anatomy and Physiology I and II Some of my courses were good (what one would expect from an online program as a part-time student) and others are completely unmanageable. I am only in school part time and work at least 8-10 hours a day in a class. These hours cannot be maintained even in an A class, they can only be survived. Classroom expectations are incredibly stressful and teachers cannot change the pre-set schedules that are in place. I would not encourage anyone with a current career or any commitments such as children, animals or partners. If you are unemployed and without commitments, this program may be a good option for you.”

mateo fogle

  • Classified: 24.01.2022
  • Graduate: speech therapy
  • Grad year: 2024

“There are designers for the courses. The learning failure occurred because the person failed to verify the answers to the tests they were tested on. How will you grow if you don't learn from mistakes? Also, if you can't see the answers sorted, then maybe you didn't make a mistake. That kind of thoughtlessness is undignified. Furthermore, the way quizzes and tests are designed do not really reflect learning or what was taught in class. Information was presented in a questionnaire and the test was formatted to mislead the participant, the tests did not address what we were supposed to learn and therefore did not reflect learning. The information in the models and books was presented but not shown. The workload was four times greater than that of an enrolled class. Inappropriate and unnecessary to prescribe the workload and take a test so intimidating that you can't even see the learning progress. They do not teach and because they do not provide reflection, they hinder learning a lot. This is a very cheesy school. Although some of the moderators are really understanding and there for you. Some should do the bare minimum and bully the student by paying their salary to have less students per class = less work. I think stability has its advantages."


  • Classified: 12/06/2021
  • Graduate: DNP
  • Grad year: 2023
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"I would not recommend this school to anyone. I am in the DNP Nurse Practitioner program in Psychiatry, Friday is my last day. I still have a year left but I can't take any more. The pace is absolutely ridiculous! The trainers are 30 and under experience in the world of nursing. Grading is different for each individual course, you don't get any feedback. You definitely teach yourself. I think they really want people to fail because they still get their money, and if you never sit in the tables like a maryville grad, it doesn't hurt your stats, it's a scam.

jennifer pottr

  • Classified: 28.09.2021
  • Graduate: Nurse (acute care in gerontology for adults)
  • Grad year: 2022

“I enjoyed this show and personally don't agree with the negative reviews. Any online program requires self-study. You get what you put in and I haven't met a teacher who wouldn't go out of their way to help me. I am enrolled in the penultimate semester and I feel prepared. I spoke with other NPs in my cohort who graduated from prestigious local universities and found that their resumes fairly mirrored Maryville's. I have Zoom meetings with professors at least three times a semester, and I don't get turned down when I need their help. They are always available. As with any online program, it is not handed to you and requires work, sometimes additional work, to be successful. I encourage students who have had positive experiences to consider qualifying here."


  • Classified: 10.09.2021
  • Graduate: Forensic Psychology
  • Grad year: 2022

"First, I had great professors in my program! All but one were great to me and answered all my questions. This professor wanted us to email him in APA format. Who writes an email in APA format? Of all Anyway, I have a feeling that the counselors, or at least no counselors, were trying to get me to stay in Maryville as long as possible! They only allowed me to take 1 course for summer 1 and do 2... and 1 course for fall 1 and 2.. just me, I still have 5 classes to graduate, but she started delaying the graduation process! protect this on purpose... The other classes were offered on those terms but she said no and she wanted me to take the classes a certain way. Why? If they give me (total) 4 classes per semester, I want that someone suffers as emotionally as I. Save yourself some time, GO ELSEWHERE AIR OR FACULTY!!! Please run!! Because you're going to stay at school forever!!"

software development

  • Classified: 29.03.2021
  • Graduate: computer Science
  • Grad year: 2021

"I would not recommend this online program to anyone! I have no bachelor's degree in computer science, but they advertise that no computer science experience is required to be successful in this graduate program. However, this is not the case ." . The faculty expects you to have knowledge that has never been taught before. One teacher even told me, "I should have known better." I've seen several teachers not respond to emails, take weeks to grade assignments, leave inappropriate comments for a teacher. Another common problem is videos with years as the only instruction. This means that the code often won't run due to updates or software changes, but remember that teachers don't respond to emails. You'll need to find out for yourself. It seems you don't care about your students' success. I don't feel prepared for a career change based on what I've learned to do. I learned more from online tutorials and my own study than from this program."


  • Classified: 21.03.2021
  • Graduate: nurse (family)
  • Grad year: 2022
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"I am currently enrolled. I would recommend prospective NP students to look at other schools before considering Maryville. The materials used are years old and everything is individualized. Depending on the teacher, you may be on your own. Many programs don't think it's important for the school to find teachers, as this will help ensure that places and teachers are valid and that students have a good education and experience that prepares them to practice. I get the feeling that Maryville just wants your money."


  • Classified: 19.10.2020
  • Graduate: software development
  • Grad year: 2021

"For those with a non-STEM degree and little software development experience, this program offers everything you need to understand software development. Can you prepare for the field? Yes, but for those of us who need a classroom attitude, that's all. Also, the program is not a software engineering curriculum, it's more of a software development curriculum. The two can easily be confused, and many in the industry often switch roles. Either way That way, you have a good chance of getting a job like getting a software developer or a software engineer."

Satisfied MSBDA graduate

  • Classified: 28.08.2020
  • Graduate: data analysis
  • Grad year: 2020

"I found the Business Data Analytics course to be exactly what I needed. I found the material, teaching approach, pace of the course, and difficulty level of the topics to suit my ability and learning style. Overall, the body teacher was very good Some responded faster than others, but all but one met response time requirements I created a OneNote resource throughout the program with material (notes, linked articles, videos) that I used as a reference for my professional work .a bad experience as a teacher. This teacher is no longer on the faculty, hopefully in part because of the extensive notes I saved and later sent to school administration so it won't be a factor for future students Sorry to see other reviewers have had experiences Negatives For those who are after a very serious experience If you are looking for education, this is not your school If you are looking for C, at least for the pro gram Business Data Analytics, a solid school that pre-educates you to become a data analyst, this is a good program. For me, largely due to my enrollment in this program at the time of my interview, I was able to transition from a technical background to IT and a data analyst role. I immediately implemented a lot of what I had already learned."


  • Classified: 09.08.2020
  • Graduate: nurse (family)
  • Grad year: 2021

“I had a great experience so far at the University of Maryville! My advisor always calls when we're scheduled, my faculty responds via email, text, etc., and all of my work has been relevant and educational. Most online programs require you to find your own clinic locations. Online learning also requires self-motivation and determination. This isn't my first online title, but I haven't had any problems! However, online learning is not for everyone!"


  • Classified: 10.06.2020
  • Graduate: software development
  • Grad year: 2021
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"Maryville's online Master of Software Programming is not for those who want to expand their computer engineering skills and earn a true master's degree. This is a low-level training for people who want to get into programming for the first time. That too thanks for the poorly done online material with youtube videos and i didn't do anything creative to develop the concepts throughout the course. The problems presented weekly are so simple that i usually finish them in minutes. with a software degree it didn't take me more than than a few hours a week. And a waste of money!


Does Maryville University have a good reputation? ›

Ranked among America's top colleges by both Kiplinger's and Forbes, Maryville offers students an outstanding educational experience.

Is Maryville University respected? ›

Maryville University is a private, nonprofit university that proudly holds accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), an accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Is Maryville a good online school? ›

Maryville University Reviews

Overall the online academics program is phenomenal! The pace of information is a bit fast paced with semesters split into two terms but canvas and professors excel in ensuring students have a clear agenda and objectives.

What majors is Maryville University known for? ›

Most Popular Majors
  • Nursing. 180 Graduates.
  • 63 Graduates.
  • Intelligence. 59 Graduates.
  • Business. 55 Graduates.
  • Biology. 47 Graduates.
  • Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies. 40 Graduates.
  • Accounting. 25 Graduates.
  • Interior Design. 24 Graduates.

What is Maryville ranked by Forbes? ›

#421 Maryville University of Saint Louis.

Is Maryville a dry campus? ›

In accordance with the laws of the State of Tennessee, Maryville College prohibits the purchase, possession, or consumption of alcoholic beverages (beer, wine, liquor) by or for persons under twenty-one (21) years of age.

What university is most trusted ranked? ›

Harvard tops the teaching pillar, while Oxford leads the research pillar. Atop the international pillar is the Macau University of Science and Technology. Overall, 1,799 universities are ranked.

How good of a school is Maryville University? ›

Maryville University of St. Louis is ranked #234 out of 443 National Universities. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.

Are there any good universities in Tennessee? ›

Tennessee is home to high-quality public and private institutions, including Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

What is the easiest online school to get into? ›

Antioch University's Online Easiest BA in Liberal Studies

Antioch University in Culver City, California, offers an online degree program for Liberal Arts. It is arguably considered as the easiest online college – or an 'easy' pick because it takes a well-rounded, generalist approach.

Are degrees from online schools respected? ›

According to the experts, degrees earned from accredited online schools are taken just as seriously as degrees earned at brick-and-mortar institutions. Although, it's also important to remember that hiring managers look at other aspects of your job application or resume before extending an offer.

What is the #1 online school Texas? ›

iUniversity Prep

#1 Best Online High Schools in Texas.

Is Maryville a wet campus? ›

According to Culliton, Maryville has always been a “wet” campus. The only time alcohol is sold on campus is during specific events where a cash bar is set up and managed by its food- service provider.

Is Maryville accredited? ›

Maryville College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate and masters degrees.

Why should I go to Maryville University? ›

Nationally Recognized

Maryville has earned a long list of rankings and honors from some noteworthy organizations and publications. And as we grow, so does that list of achievements. In fact, Maryville was named the nation's 2nd fastest-growing private university by the Chronicle of Higher Education in 2022.

Is Forbes university ranking reliable? ›

The Forbes college rankings list is newer and less prestigious than the U.S. News list, but the Forbes list is still very popular, and Forbes is considered to be a reputable publication. Forbes emphasizes student outcomes from colleges to determine its rankings.

Is Maryville a nice place to live? ›

Maryville is in Blount County and is one of the best places to live in Tennessee. Living in Maryville offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many families and young professionals live in Maryville and residents tend to be conservative.

Is Maryville a party school? ›

I believe everyone should attend this school, but if you're looking for a party school Maryville may not be the right choice for you. The campus is smoke free, and partying is frowned upon. If you like a large school, an easy A, non-challenging classes, and want to get through college as easily as possible.

What is a dry University? ›

Dry college campuses do not allow any students to drink on campus, even after they reach the legal drinking age. This rule extends to all parts of campus, including eating facilities and college housing. Dry colleges typically do not serve alcoholic beverages at university events.

What town in Tennessee is dry? ›

The consolidated city-county government of Lynchburg and Moore County, Tennessee, is a dry county, despite being home to the Jack Daniel's distillery.

Why is Tennessee a dry state? ›

Tennessee became the first state to pass a prohibition law in 1838 that prevented taverns and stores from selling alcohol. The temperance movement continued to gain popularity over the decades. In 1909, wider prohibition laws were enacted in the state.

Do employers care about university rankings? ›

Look at overall university rankings – especially if you're unsure what career you want. Employers who don't require specific degree subjects tend to target the universities with the best overall reputations, and those which have provided them with the best candidates in the past.

What is the most difficult university to get accepted to? ›

Harvard University — 3.19%

With a record-low admission rate of just 3.19% for the class of 2026, Harvard currently ranks as the most difficult school to get into.

What is the best school in the state of Tennessee? ›

Top Ranked Public Schools in Tennessee (2023)
  • Rank: #1. Mcfadden School Of Excellence. Math: 97% | Reading: 94% ...
  • Rank: #2. Central Magnet School. ...
  • Rank: #3. Merrol Hyde Magnet School. ...
  • Rank: #4. Discovery School. ...
  • Rank: #5 - 6. - 6. ...
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  • Rank: #7. Thrasher Elementary School. ...
  • Rank: #8. Towne Acres Elementary School.

What is the top school in Maryland? ›

Best Colleges in Maryland
  • Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, MD. ...
  • University of Maryland-College Park. College Park, MD. ...
  • University of Maryland-Baltimore County. Baltimore, MD. ...
  • Towson University. Towson, MD. ...
  • Salisbury University. Salisbury, MD. ...
  • Washington College. ...
  • St Mary's College of Maryland. ...
  • Bowie State University.

Is Maryville a d2? ›

The Maryville Saints are the athletic teams that represent Maryville University of St. Louis, located in Town and Country, Missouri, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Saints compete as members of the West Division of the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) for 23 of their 24 varsity sports.

What is the number 1 public university in TN? ›

University of Tennessee

#1 Top Public Universities in Tennessee.

What city in Tennessee has the best school system? ›

Top School Districts in Tennessee, 2020
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What is a easy degree that pays well? ›

So, what are the best choices for easy associate degrees? Top picks include business, accounting, and criminal justice. These are all stable, growing fields that pay well, and studies show that most students who choose these majors are successful.

Do colleges not like online school? ›

As long as a school is regionally accredited, colleges won't typically have any issue with whether the school is online or in-person.

What degree can I get in 6 months? ›

6-Month Certificate Programs That Pay Well
  • Real Estate Agent. Selling real estate has limitless potential, and you can get started quickly. ...
  • Commercial Truck Driver. ...
  • Phlebotomy Tech. ...
  • HVAC Tech. ...
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) ...
  • Personal Trainer. ...
  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

Do employers trust online degrees? ›

As many as 83% of business leaders see an online degree at a “well-known” institution as having the same value as an on-campus degree. If they are not familiar with a school, however, or the institution isn't known for producing prepared graduates from its programs, your degree may not be seen as having the same value.

Are online degrees taken less seriously? ›

Online colleges are becoming more popular, but prospective students may still worry about their credibility. We're here to set the record straight: An online degree holds just as much weight as a traditional degree. In fact, data shows that most employers don't even differentiate between the two types of degrees.

What are the disadvantages of online degree? ›

Disadvantages of Online Learning
  • Online Learning May Create a Sense of Isolation. Everyone learns in their own manner. ...
  • Online Learning Requires Self-Discipline. ...
  • Online Learning Requires Additional Training for Instructors. ...
  • Online Classes Are Prone to Technical Issues. ...
  • Online Learning means more screen-time.
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Is online school easier than public school? ›

Many students, however, report online classes as being easier than, or only as difficult as, in-person classes.” Lee, who has taught in distance learning settings, explains that the development of virtual classes is up to the instructor and the institution. For example, some online courses are self-paced.

Is online school better than in school? ›

Online courses teach students how to manage their time better since the student bears the responsibility of engaging with the course instead of simply showing up to class on an assigned day and time. As a result, students not only gain knowledge from the coursework, but they also sharpen their time management skills.

What is the success rate of online school? ›

Success rates tend to be higher in face-to-face classes. In Fall 15, face-to-face classes had a success rate of 69% versus only 60% in online classes, a gap of 9%.

What rank is Maryville College TN? ›

Maryville College is ranked #156-201 out of 210 National Liberal Arts Colleges. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence. Read more about how we rank schools.

Is UT Knoxville a dry campus? ›

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in compliance with federal, state and local law, allows lawful, responsible alcohol consumption at University functions, as long as the use occurs at a University activity and at a campus location where alcohol is allowed. anyone on University premises.

Does Maryville College allow dogs? ›

Animals brought onto University property for educational purposes connected to an academic program or University-sponsored event require advance approval from both the Dean of Students Office and Public Safety. The University will accept no responsibility for an owner's animal at any time.

How do I know if my online degree is accredited? ›

How to Confirm an Online School Is Accredited: 3 Steps
  1. Check the School's Website. Most accredited colleges and universities include a link to their accreditation details somewhere on their homepage or on their "About Us" page. ...
  2. Go to the Accreditation Agency's Website. ...
  3. Verify the Accreditor's Legitimacy.

Is University of Tennessee Knoxville accredited? ›

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Is Maryville a real university? ›

Maryville University is a nationally recognized private institution located just 22 miles from downtown St. Louis, Missouri. Maryville offers a comprehensive and innovative education focused on student learning, outcomes and success.

What is Maryville TN known for? ›

Maryville is a good starting point for exploring a number of popular tourist destinations such as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg, Dollywood and Pigeon Forge. Sam Houston Schoolhouse, today a State Historic Site, located near Maryville, is the oldest schoolhouse in Tennessee.

What is the number 1 university in Maryland? ›

Johns Hopkins University

Does Maryville TN have good schools? ›

District Rank

Maryville School District, which is ranked within the top 5% of all 147 school districts in Tennessee (based off of combined math and reading proficiency testing data) for the 2020-2021 school year.

Why choose Maryville University? ›

Nationally Recognized

Maryville has earned a long list of rankings and honors from some noteworthy organizations and publications. And as we grow, so does that list of achievements. In fact, Maryville was named the nation's 2nd fastest-growing private university by the Chronicle of Higher Education in 2022.

What are the 3 best universities in the United States? ›

Here are the best colleges in the U.S.
  • Princeton University.
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • Harvard University.
  • Stanford University.
  • Yale University.
  • University of Chicago.
  • Johns Hopkins University.
  • University of Pennsylvania.

What is the Ivy League school in MD? ›

Originally an agricultural school, UMD is the state's flagship, one of the highest-ranked public universities in the nation, and a Public Ivy (it's also one of College Consensus' Top Green Schools).

What is #1 College USA? ›

Harvard University

What is the #1 high school in Tennessee? ›

Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet School remains the #1 ranked public school in the state. The second and third-ranked schools on the list flip-flopped from the 2022 rankings. Brentwood's Ravenwood High School now sits at #2, jumping ahead of last year's second-ranked Central Magnet School in Murfreesboro.

What is the best school district in Tennessee? ›

Top School Districts in Tennessee, 2020
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What is best answer of why you choose this university? ›

Sample Answer – Specialized/Focused Degree Program:

I chose this college because of your highly rated [area of study program]. I've had a passion for this field for a long time and I'm excited to learn from that faculty that have built such a great program.

What is the fastest growing university? ›

College students may be leaning toward private schools
50 largest U.S. private colleges and universities, ranked by enrollment growth 2000-2019
RankSchoolPercentage change
1Southern New Hampshire University2,376%
2Liberty University1,282%
3Brigham Young University-Idaho337%
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