These schools are similar to Maryville University of Saint Louis in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
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Though I have only experienced Maryville as an Online Student, it has been the best experience I have had as far as communication and educational offerings for a University. From showing interest through to the end of my degree, Maryville University has well exceeded my expectations.
Take the plunge! You can't go wrong by choosing Maryville University.
Maryville University is completely centered around its students, there’s flexibility for children, work, and even family. I’ve never done as well in school as I have in this school, I think the professors have a big part in that. They never want you to get behind or fail, so they go above and beyond sometimes just to make sure you understand it and are prepared for the next assignment, class, or chapter of your life. I LOVE this school and I seriously cannot wait to be a Maryville Alumni!
The only thing I didn’t like was my Spanish class, it was taught by someone that was not my professor I was communicating with via email. The class also had more homework than I’ve ever done in my entire life. Even with the difficulty, I still managed to pass with an 88, this school is such a great school for people who may not do the best in school.
I'm currently an online student and the professors and advisors are there to make sure that every student succeeds. You are not just another number in the system, I'm treated like the student that I should be.
The communication between staff and students is amazing. For someone who is unsure of the college process, I highly recommend Maryville because they made the entire process so easy and understandable for me.
My only complaint is the time difference, which is nothing Maryville can change to accommodate everyone. All in all, I love the university.
The Campus and the professors.
If you are not part of a sport then it is hard to make friends.
I like the fact that staff and faculty are easy to get in contact with.
I don't like the lack of financial resources for students.