The University of Maine is the state’s land grant, sea grant and space grant institution, and the flagship of the University of Maine System. For more than 150 years, UMaine has served as the state’s only public research university. It offers baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral degree programs.
With campuses in Augusta and Bangor, nine UMA Centers across Maine, and expertise in online and distance learning, the University of Maine at Augusta is considered the university of choice for Mainers who want to receive a quality and affordable education without uprooting their lives.
Established in 1864 as Maine’s first public institution of higher education, the University of Maine at Farmington is Maine’s public liberal arts college, offering quality programs in teacher education, human services, and arts and sciences.
Founded as the Madawaska Training School in 1878, the University of Maine at Fort Kent’s goal is to be Maine’s premier rural public university; educating students to become responsible citizens committed to environmental stewardship through experiential learning.
The University of Maine at Machias is the regional campus of the University of Maine. Its distinctive baccalaureate programs create enriching educational opportunities that prepare graduates for professional success and lifelong community engagement.
UMPI is a nationally recognized institution of innovation and opportunity, providing students with an affordable and personalized education, a caring, small-university environment, and life-changing experiences that prepare them to be career-ready graduates.
The University of Southern Maine is northern New England’s outstanding public, regional, comprehensive university, dedicated to providing students with a high-quality, accessible, affordable education. From campuses in Portland, Gorham, and Lewiston-Auburn, USM offers baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral programs.