Maryville University’s campus is located in the suburb of Town and Country, which is about 22 miles away from the bustling city of St. Louis, Missouri. Maryville’s campus totals 130 acres and features rolling hills, wooded areas, creeks, two lakes and miles of walking trails. Additionally, Maryville’s campus has undergone renovations in the past 10 years to include five new student apartment complexes.
On campus, students will find three residential halls: Mouton Hall, Potter Hall, and Hilltop Apartments. Maryville University’s campus also has a fitness center, a dining hall and coffee shop, several labs, and a university library. Maryville also features a 4,040-square-foot building called the Buder Family Commons which serves as a gathering place for Maryville students.
Just minutes from St. Louis, Maryville students can enjoy both the tranquility of the suburbs and the excitement of a big city. St. Louis is the 18th largest metropolis in the United States and features many attractions and sites to see.
Maryville students will find there is much to explore and enjoy in St. Louis. St. Louis is home to the famous Arch, a vibrant restaurant scene, and three professional sports teams: the Cardinals (baseball), the Rams (football), and the Blues (hockey). The city also boasts an impressive zoo and art museum.