Study abroad at Maryville University
Maryville University was founded in 1872 and is located just 22 miles west of downtown St. Louis, Missouri. The main campus is spread across 130 acres of rolling hills, wooded areas, creeks, two lakes and miles of walking trails.
The University offers more than 90 degree programs, 19 master’s and five doctoral programs, and has three co-educational residence halls and five student apartments. There are numerous events available on campus, including social activities, and programs designed to help students become more successful in the classroom.
The Maryville Saints participate in NCAA Division III, and their 22 teams compete in baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, wrestling, bowling and volleyball.
Why study at Maryville University?
- Experienced faculty
90% of faculty have PhDs or the highest degree in their field
- Small class sizes
The average class size is 15
- Student-staff ratio
The University has a student-staff ratio of 10:1, which helps students receive a personalized education
Life as an international student
International students at Maryville can explore the world in innovative learning spaces, develop digital confidence and skills, and meet and collaborate with a diverse student population. Through the University's many corporate partnerships, students can also make powerful connections for internships and jobs.
The University hosts students from more than 40 states and territories, and over 40 countries and offers international students a safe and friendly campus environment. It offers more than 50 clubs and organizations through the Student Involvement Office. Their student organizations cover a range of areas including, spiritual beliefs, academic interests, cultural groups, and many more.
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Fees and funding
Maryville University is committed to making a top-ranked, private education affordable and accessible. Last year, over $53 million in scholarships and financial aid was awarded to 93 percent of full-time students. Both merit-based and need-based assistance is available.
Students who apply for admission as freshmen and meet the stated requirements for the automatic scholarships will be awarded the appropriate scholarship. GPA is cumulative and calculated based on a 4.0 scale. The University doesn't use the writing section of the ACT and SAT when considering scholarships.
Freshman students automatic scholarships (priority application December 1)
Barat Scholarship - $14,000 / year Requirements: GPA 3.5 or ACT 1290/ACT 27
Duchesne Scholarship - $12,000 / year Requirements: GPA 3.0 SAT 1180/ACT 24
Mouton Scholarship - $10,000 / year Requirements: GPA 2.5 or SAT 1100 / ACT 22
FRESHMAN COMPETITIVE SCHOLARSHIPS Presidential Scholarship (Full Tuition, Room and Board) GPA 3.75 or SAT 1290 / ACT 27
Trustee Scholarship - Full Tuition GPA 3.75 or SAT 1290 / ACT 27
Multicultural Scholarship - 75% of tuition For students who demonstrate solid high school academic preparation, exceptional leadership qualities and a commitment to contribute to building an inclusive campus culture at Maryville
Transfer scholarships also available.
650 Maryville University Dr, St. Louis, MO 63141, USA
St. Louis is an exciting metropolitan city with a something for everyone. It is second only to Washington, D.C. for the most number of free attractions including the St. Louis Zoo, Science Center, Art Museum, Missouri History.
Visa requirements for Maryville University
Many international students will require a visa to study in the US, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.USA student visa requirements