Universities in Maine
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33 universities found
Husson is a small university in the heart of northern New England. With approximately 2,000 students and an emphasis on preparing students with a broad education and marketable skills, Husson is an excellent choice for students who want the intimate feeling of a small college and the professional preparation of a university. Husson is a private institution of post-secondary education offering u…
Kennebec Valley Community College
Kennebec Valley Community College, one of the seven colleges in the Maine Community College System, is a commuter college located on a sixty-four acre campus in central Maine. KVCC was organized in 1969 by the 104th Maine Legislature and first classes began in the fall of 1970, with 35 full-time and 131 part-time students. Since then, KVCC has undergone many changes and has grown to an enrollment …
The University of Southern Maine is the largest of the seven campuses of the University of Maine System, as well as one of the oldest, with its founding in Gorham in 1878. USM is a major educational force in the overall growth and improvement of the economic, civic, social, and cultural fabric of southern Maine.
Maine College of Art
Maine College of Art is a dynamic college of art and design where nationally recognized faculty, interdisciplinary programs, and state-of-the-art facilities create an educational experience that gives fresh vision to Maine's extraordinary legacy in the visual arts. Founded in 1882 and fully accredited, MECA educates artists at all stages of their creative careers, offering both the Bachelor an…
Maine Maritime Academy
FOR GENERATIONS, Maine has been known worldwide for the skills of her shipbuilders and sea captains, and for leadership in every phase of maritime affairs. It was in Maine that the first English ship built in America, the VIRGINIA, was launched in 1607, and, in the 21st century, Mainers continue to build and sail vessels ranging from custom yachts to mighty warships. Windjammers, fishing fleets, a…
New England Bible College
New England Bible College is a small school centrally located in the beautiful coastal region of southern Maine. We serve Christ in our region by providing quality education to prepare people for a world of ministry.
New England School of Communications
The New England School of Communications (NESCom) is a co-educational institution offering an Associate of Science degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications. Students may choose concentrations in Audio Engineering, Digital Media, Marketing Communications, Radio Broadcasting, Video Production, and Journalism with a focus on Broadcast News, Sports, or Print. With an approximate p…
Northern Maine Community College
Northern Maine Community College provides career and transfer programs that lead to associate degrees, diplomas or certificates. The students served have an opportunity to develop as individuals and to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for employment or for transfer to a senior college or university.
Rockport College provides a complete residential college experience for talented photographers, filmmakers, artists and writers. The emphasis of the program is on practical, hands-on training in the art, craft and methodology of imagemaking and storytelling within a total immersion conservatory environment, while providing a firm foundation in liberal arts. The first year's foundation curr…
Saint Joseph's College of Maine
The Statement of Mission for Saint Joseph’s College speaks to our reason for being---our raison d’etre. As Vice President for Sponsorship and Mission Integration, I endeavor to make certain that what we say in the Statement is incorporated into our teaching, administrative and student operations. In short, I focus on ways to make the Statement a living, breathing reality, not simply a formula of w…
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