More than 97 percent of Maryville College students receive financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants, awards or need-based assistance, making the cost competitive with public institutions. For more detailed information for first-year students, as well as transfer students, please visit the Financial Aid section overview
|Single Semester||Fall & Spring Semester|
|Room (Basic rate)||$2,454.00||$4,908.00|
Other Costs 2013-2014
A $300 enrollment deposit is required of all new students intending to enroll at Maryville College. Your enrollment deposit is applied towards your overall costs.
Student parking is $50.00 per year.
* The College does not manage a student health insurance plan but encourages all students to be protected by a health insurance plan. If you are not covered by a family plan, you may visit www.uhcsr.com for details concerning an available policy.
Program Specific Fees 2013-2014
|Music Fees per credit:||0||1||2||3|
|Student Teaching Fee||$100 per semester|
|Reading Fee||$50 per credit hour|
Indirect Costs 2013-2014 (Estimate)
|Books and Supplies||$1,090.00|
Scholarships and Need-Based Financial Aid are available to offset TOTAL COSTS.
One year after graduation, 77 percent of the responding members of the class of 2011 reported being employed, with 57 percent reporting full-time employment and 20 percent part-time. About 6 percent were actively seeking employment. Eighty-seven percent of the responding 2011 grads indicated plans to attend graduate school at some point, with 41 percent reporting current enrollment and another 25 percent indicating plans to enroll in graduate school within the next six to 12 months.
Sample employments and graduate schools include:
Employers: 21st Mortgage, Clayton Homes, Denso Manufacturing, Endocrinology Consultants of East Tennessee, Integrated Behavioral Solutions, Maryville College, (Multiple) Public School Systems, National Republican Congressional Committee, Peace Corps, Pro Baseball Umpire Corporation, Tennessee School for the Deaf, University of Nebraska—Gallup Research Center.
Graduate Schools: Carson-Newman, Cumberland University, East Tennessee State University, Lincoln Memorial University, State University of New York, Texas Tech Health Science Center, University of Manchester, University of Memphis, University of Nebraska, University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Washington University (St. Louis).