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Scot-e-News - May 2018

MC Earns "Military Friendly" designation for 2018-19Military photo illustration

Maryville College continues to be recognized for its support and commitment to veterans, active-duty service members, guardsmen, reservists and their family members in the pursuit of a college education. For the third year, Maryville College has earned not only the Military Friendly® School designation, but recognition at the bronze level.

Overseen and promoted by Pittsburgh-based Victory Media, the Military Friendly® Schools list is created each year based on extensive research using public data sources for more than 8,800 schools nationwide, input from student veterans, and responses to the proprietary, data-driven Military Friendly® Schools survey from participating institutions. Read the press release!

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Ledford Scholars

Three Maryville College students have been granted a total of more than $12,600 through the Appalachian College Association’s (ACA) Ledford Scholarship to fund summer research projects. Read more about these impressive students and their research!
Softball team celebrates

Softball News

Maryville College's historic 2018 softball campaign came to a close on May 13, as the Scots claimed their highest-ever finish within the NCAA Tournament. Read more on the MC website.
MC grads in cap and gown

Commencement Live Streaming

Maryville College’s 199th Commencement will be held at 3:30 p.m. on Sun., May 20. The ceremony will be broadcast live in high definition on the MC website, and the broadcast will be archived on the website for a short time. Be sure to tune in!
Ridgeway receives THEC award

THEC Award

Maryville College senior Molly Ridgeway ’18 is among five college students in Tennessee to be named a recipient of the 2018 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award sponsored by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC). Read the press release.
Outstanding Senior nominees

Academic Awards

Scholarship and the ideals of the liberal arts were celebrated April 21, when 53 awards were presented to 62 students at MC’s annual Academic Awards Ceremony. Read the press release.
MC Homecoming Choir Performance

Share Your Choir Stories!

In preparation for the 2019 Bicentennial “Make Our Garden Grow” Spring Choir Tour, we are putting out the call for choir alumni to recommend song selections and share stories that highlight their experiences as Maryville College choir members. Submit your memories here!

Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival & Games

The 2018 Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival & Games will be held this weekend, May 19-20, on the Maryville College campus! Tickets can be purchased at the gate (kids under 16 get in free, and there is no charge for parking). The weekend will include something for everyone - music, food, sheep dog demonstrations, children's activities, Highland Dance competitions, athletic events, pipe and drum bands, and more. See the full schedule here. We hope to see you there!
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