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Fast Facts about the UMS
Chancellor Dannel P. Malloy
Founded in 1968
Degrees Conferred 2017/2018 - 5,440
Headcount Enrollment Fall 2018 - 29,735
Click here to read our Dashboard Indicators Report, a more detailed summary of key UMS indicators.
Reports and Information
- The University of Maine System conferred 5,583 degrees in 2015-16. In the last decade, the University of Maine System has conferred 56,324 degrees.
- Students at the University of Maine System receive financial assistance from four major sources: Federal (67%), University (26%), Private (4%), and State (3%).
2017-18 Degrees Conferred Report
Summary of Student Enrollment – Spring 2019
Summary of Student Enrollment – Fall 2018
Financial Aid Report – 2017-18
Student Charges Report – FY2020
Student Remediation Data – January 2019
First Generation Student Data – January 2019
Fall 2018 Adult Enrollment and Degree Completion Report
Finance and Facilities
- In‐state undergraduate tuition and the mandatory unified fee continue to be frozen at FY12 levels. In-state law tuition remains at the FY13 level.
- For the first-time since 1984-1987, there has been no in-state undergraduate or graduate tuition increase for 5 consecutive years..
FY2013 Facilities & Capital Investment Report
FY2015 Annual Financial Report
Multi-Year Financial Analysis – FY2015-2019
Operating Budget & Student Charges – FY2015
UMS Energy Report
UMS Carbon Emissions Report
Employees – Human Resources
- The UMS has 5,391 employees system-wide as of October 31, 2017.
- 59.3% (685) of the faculty in the UMS have tenure.
- 56.3% (651) of the faculty are men, and 43.7% (505) are women. The percentage of faculty who are women has increased from 21.9% in 1981 to 43.7% in 2017.