A few pieces of advice from some of the deans at Maryville.
“Life at Maryville is full of opportunities: to seek out new friends from around the world; to continually improve your skills and problem solving capabilities; to stretch your personal boundaries; to extract all the knowledge and experience you can from our faculty; and ultimately, to graduate as a more interesting, compassionate, resourceful, and contributing member of American society.”
Charles J. Gulas
Dean, School of Health Professions
“I believe the Maryville community is like a big “family”, once you are here it is our job to help provide you with everything you need to be successful. I urge students to take advantage of the tremendous resources available through faculty and staff”
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
“I wish students knew and realized that faculty are much more accessible than students think they are. Students should get to know their faculty and faculty wants to get to know them.”
“From my observations, the key to student success at Maryville is largely determined by the student’s decision to become involved and reach out to the Maryville Community. This includes not just working with faculty and other students in their course work, but also becoming involved in a variety of things that interest them across campus. Maryville is a place where one person can really make an impact if they choose to become involved.”