According to the 2012-2013 student body profile, Maryville University is home to about 3,800 students, 1,930 of which are undergraduate students. 57% of international students are female and 43% are male. Overall, 34 states and 29 countries are represented in the students of Maryville.
On campus, Maryville students live in one of three university-owned residence halls: Mouton Hall, Potter Hall, or Hilltop Apartments. Mouton Hall houses 147 students, Potter Hall houses 248 students, and the five Hilltop Apartment buildings house a total of 250 students. All residential areas have cable, wireless internet, and laundry facilities.
Maryville University participates in the NCAA Division II athletics in the Great Lakes Valley conference including:
• Men’s baseball
• Cross country
• Track and Field
• Men’s wrestling
• Women’s swimming and diving
• Women’s tennis
• Women’s volleyball
• Women’s softball
In addition, Maryville University offers club sports. Fees are paid by the student athletes. Club sports include:
• Bowling Club
• Hikers Club
• Maryville Ultimate Frisbee Club
• Maryville University Roller Hockey Club
• Maryville Volleyball Players
• Maryville University Rugby Club
Maryville also offers intramural athletics Intramural sports are non-cut sports (everyone can participate) in which students compete with other students or teams at Maryville University. These include:
• Coed Indoor Volleyball
• And more
Clubs & Organizations
Maryville University is home to more than 40 clubs and organizations. From student government to cultural to academic, Maryville students are bound to find a club or organization that suits their interests. If not, students can create their own organizations!
Clubs and organizations at Maryville include:
• Maryville Business Organization
• Multicultural Scholars
• Pre-Health Society
• Science & Innovation Club
• Maryville Cultures Connect
• Maryville Student Government
• Maryville University Fitness Club
• Pawprint Student Media
• And more!