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January Term 2017Students in Jterm

Learning by experience is valued by the Maryville College community, and January Term helps guarantee that students are given opportunities for up-close, hands-on experience and reflection. From Appalachian Music to Personal Finance, MC students are learning about a wide range of topics this J-Term. Visit the MC website for a list of courses and descriptions.

Expanding Horizons participants

Expanding Horizons

Know a high school student who loves to learn, reflect, and lead? Expanding Horizons is an exciting week-long summer program in which students live on campus, study with faculty, dive deep into the challenges of the world, and grow in faith and leadership. Registration for Expanding Horizons 2017 (June 4-9) is open now and filling fast! Register today!
Students and staff volunteering in Sevier County

Disaster Relief

After wildfires devastated neighboring Sevier County, the MC community sprang into action to help. Read more about how the campus community provided assistance to those affected by the wildfires.
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MC Athletics

Winter sports are in high gear! Get up-to-date sports information by visiting mcscots.com, and be sure to sign up for free newsletters and/or text updates. MC’s athletic communications staff has been nationally recognized for its social media efforts, ranking as high as 6th nationally by D3 Social Media. Follow the Scots on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@MCScots), and visit our social media feed. Go Scots!
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Clayton Center

The Clayton Center for the Arts’ 2016-17 season continues this month with Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live on Jan. 21. Visit the Clayton Center website for more information about the season, which includes performances by the Koresh Dance Company, the Five Irish Tenors, the Flying Karamazov Brothers and more!
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Military Friendly

Maryville College been named a Silver-level Military Friendly® School Award recipient in the category of Private Institutions with less than 10,000 students for 2017. Read the press release on the College's website.
 
Dr. C.B. Akins, Sr.

MLK Day 2017

Dr. C.B. Akins, Sr., a speaker, author and pastor, will speak to the Maryville College community on Mon., Jan. 16, during the College’s Martin Luther King Jr. holiday observances. Read more about the event and see what else is planned for the campus and Blount County community.
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