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Scot-e-News May 2017

MC to Receive Largest Gift in College's HistoryDan and Elaine McGill

Maryville College will receive $15 million – the largest gift in the College’s history – from the estate of Dan and Elaine McGill.

“Per their instruction, the gift will be allocated as follows: $1 million will be directed to Anderson Hall, and in their honor, the first floor will henceforth be known as ‘The McGill Family Floor.’ The remaining $14 million is designated for endowed scholarships,” Maryville College President Tom Bogart said during the announcement to MC faculty, staff, students, Board members and other supporters who gathered on May 8 in the Clayton Center for the Arts. “The McGills made this legacy gift so that the College could help talented and deserving young people earn a Maryville College degree.”

Read the press release on the MC website.

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Bicentennial Planning Underway

President Tom Bogart has announced the co-chairs and members of the Bicentennial Steering Committee, which will plan festivities and initiatives throughout the College’s 200th birthday in 2019. The committee’s first project? Creating a Bicentennial logo and tagline! To guide that process, they need to hear from alumni, donors, faculty, staff and students. Take the Bicentennial survey before the end of the month!
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Presidents Cup

Following the conclusion of the 2016-17 season of USA South Athletic Conference competition, MC has claimed the USA South Men's Presidents Cup. This is the first USA South Presidents Cup of any kind for the Scots. Read more on mcscots.com.

Expanding Horizons students

Summer Camps

As the 2016-17 academic year draws to a close, Maryville College is gearing up to hold several safe and educational summer camp opportunities. With topics ranging from sports to theological studies, MC offers activities suited for many different interests.
Ledford students

Ledford Scholars

Six Maryville College students have been granted a total of more than $36,455 through the Appalachian College Association’s (ACA) Ledford Scholarship Program to fund summer research projects. Five of the six recipients will utilize the money to fund research associated with their Senior Study project. The students will present the outcomes of their research this fall at the annual ACA Summit. Read more about these impressive students on the MC website.
THEC Service Award recipients

THEC Service Award

Maryville College senior Alyssa Hughes ‘17 is among five college students in Tennessee to be named a recipient of the 2017 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award sponsored by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC). Read more on the MC website.
Academic Awards ceremony

Academic Awards

Scholarship and the ideals of the liberal arts were celebrated April 22, when 57 awards were presented to 65 students at Maryville College’s annual Academic Awards Ceremony. Read the press release on the MC website.

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