Refer a friend to Maryville — and achieve your nursing goals together
Inspire a nurse to take the next step
You turned your ambition into action the moment you decided to pursue a nursing education as a Maryville Saint. Now, keep the momentum rolling by helping another nurse start their journey.
Share your Saints spirit with a friend
Just let us know how to reach them using the form below, and we’ll take care of the rest. We’ll only send a couple of emails, in an effort to connect, unless they want more info.
Why pursue a Maryville nursing education?
Choose from bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate, and certificate programs
100% online coursework with no campus visits required
No GMAT or GRE required for admission
Complete clinicals locally in your preferred setting
No waiting list once you’re accepted
Student support services from enrollment through graduation
What our students say
“I chose Maryville because a friend of mine recommended it as a great school.”
— Jane O.
Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN FNP) 2020
About Maryville University
We know what it means to be brave.
We’ve been progressively challenging the norms of higher education for nearly 150 years. We started out as one of the first universities in the St. Louis region to educate women. Today, we continue to push the boundaries and prepare students like you for a digital world. At Maryville, we understand what it takes to move beyond your comfort zone.
Through the years, we’ve grown to become a nationally honored private college. And we’re consistently recognized for our comprehensive and innovative approach to education. All of our degree programs –– whether they’re offered online or on-campus –– focus on student learning, outcomes, and success.
Accreditation and Rankings
Maryville University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
Ranked by Forbes among “America’s Top Colleges” for 2019
Named an “Apple Distinguished School” for 2018–2021
Listed among the “Best College Values 2019” by Kiplinger’sPersonal Finance
Ranked a “Best National University” for 2019 by U.S. News & World Report