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Bowdoin College

Located near the Androscoggin River and Casco Bay, Bowdoin College is a 4-year liberal arts college in coastal Maine. With a focus on using education for the common good, Bowdoin offers undergraduate degrees in over 30 majors. Additionally, Bowdoin...

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I chose this school over the University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago, and the honors college at the University of Michigan because it has the rare combination of academic rigor, high quality of life, and a selective campus full of people...

” – Allyson from West Bloomfield, MI
Colby College

Founded in 1813, Colby College is one of the nation's premier liberal arts colleges, serving only undergraduates. Colby’s academic programs, including 57 majors and 36 minors, are anchored to the world’s most complex challenges. Colby’s campus...

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The people here are generally nice. Classes are fairly challenging and give a fair amount of homework. Students generally don't get off campus as often as they might at other (more urban) schools, which builds a greater sense of community, but also...

” – Isaac from Western NC
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The University of Maine at Farmington is a public, 4-year institution, and is associated with the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. Located on a 55-acre campus among the mountains and lakes in the western region of Maine, the college boasts a...

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Amazing, top of the line education. Up and coming in the way of facilities. Everyone is eager to help you succeed.

” – Renee from Hampton, CT
University of Maine

Founded in 1865, the University of Maine is a 4-year public institution and the flagship campus of the UMaine system. UMaine encompasses colleges of Business, Liberal Arts, Education, Engineering, and Natural Sciences conferring degrees in almost 100...

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The professors offer a lot of information in classes. Many professors have fantastic teaching techniques and are definitely worth while.

” – Ashley from Conway, NH
Unity College
New Gloucester, ME
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Unity College, “America’s Environmental College,” is located in Unity, Maine, and was founded in 1965. Sitting within three climate zones, UC is comprised of 225 acres and features a liberal arts education in environmentally focused majors...

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Unity College is hands on learning based. They put you out in your field of study and relate all subjects to the environment.

” – Jordan from Johnsburg, IL
University of Southern Maine

The University of Southern Maine is a public institution with three regional campuses. USM confers bachelor’s degrees in 54 academic majors and is one of two universities in the state to offer an ABET accredited Computer Science degree program. USM...

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USM is a state school so it's not crazy fancy, but it's good enough for me! It's a cheap state school and the campuses are beautiful. I love the atmosphere.

” – Meghan from Wells, ME
Husson University

For more than 110 years, Husson University has helped students build successful careers through innovative undergraduate, graduate and online programs that focus on experiential education. Husson offers nearly 70 degree programs in business, health...

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It's a great campus environment for the students. The faculty is really great at working around with each student. You don't have to feel alone going through college if your struggling.

” – Katherine from Charleston, ME
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With a campus adjacent to the Northern Maine Woods, the University of Maine at Presque Isle is a regional campus of UM in a pastoral setting in the northeast part of the state. US News & World Report repeatedly lauds UMPI, ranking it number 14 on its...

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Despite being a small rural school, UMPI offers a lot of great courses to its students especially those going into the field of education, ranging from English to Recreation and Phys. Ed.

” – Mika from Van Buren, ME
University of New England

With campus situated a short distance from Saco Bay, The University of New England is a 4-year institution in coastal Maine and the largest private university in the state. UNE is home to colleges of Arts & Sciences, Dental Medicine, Pharmacy...

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A great university with a very close knit community. UNE is a great place for undergraduate research, or to pursue the marine sciences. In addition we boast a beautiful campus and the number one return on investment in Maine.

” – Katherine from New Bedford, MA
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Ensconced in the St. John Valley, the University of Maine at Fort Kent is a rural institution serving a diverse student body featuring a higher percentage of international students than any New England university. UMFK offers a number of academic...

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I really enjoy attending UMFK. There is so much to do there with many activities that goes on. The professors are extremely helpful.

” – Mariah from Byron, ME
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With a campus that runs alongside the scenic Kennebec River, Thomas College is a 4-year institution in central Maine specializing in business education. In addition to bachelor’s degree programs in Finance and Accounting, Thomas also offers two...

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yes, I recently just finished my first semester there. I learned so much about becoming a teacher. I also learned a lot about my writing skills. I can not wait to learn more with all my history classes there!

” – Donna-Jo from Albion, ME
Saint Joseph's College of Maine

Saint Joseph's College of Maine is a liberal arts college that was founded in 1912 by the Sisters of Mercy, and it is the only Catholic college in Maine. The Mercy tradition is encouraged at Saint Joseph’s through volunteering, service trips, Respect...

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The atmosphere is community-oriented. Very small, close-knit community. Almost like continuing high school as it is a very small community of people.

” – Alison from Portland, ME
Maine College of Art

Founded in 1882, the Maine College of Art is a private school of art and design in coastal Maine. Situated in the Arts District of Portland, MECA confers bachelor’s degrees in 11 artistic majors including Photography, Ceramics, and Illustration. In...

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Reading from other reviews, I know I'll learn a lot, not only in Illustration, but in other forms of art too. They have an awesome Foundations program, and just by reading the curriculum, I know I'm going to learn more and more about art.

” – Ana from the Southern Realms of Jersey
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With a campus adjacent to Lake Auburn, Central Maine Community College is a 2-year institution serving three counties. CMCC offers degrees and certificates in over 30 academic fields of study and its programs in Accounting, Business Administration...

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Central Maine Community College is a great place to jump start your college career at an affordable price. The classroom environment for any student going to college the first time, whether you're young or old, is fantastic.

” – Dartanyan from Minot, ME
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Featuring a 72 acre campus, Eastern Maine Community College is a 2-year college in Bangor. EMCC is home to over 30 degree and certificate-granting programs of study including Fine Woodworking & Cabinet Making and Diesel, Truck, & Heavy Equipment. The...

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Imagine a college where the faculty knows you on a personal level, the price is extremely affordable, and the education is so valuable you can't put a price on it! I attended EMCC for two years, and it was an overall positive experience. For anyone...

” – Holliann from Waite, ME
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Kennebec Valley Community College is a 2-year college in central Maine. KVCC offers degrees and certificates in over 30 academic fields of study and four such programs are available entirely online. For students looking to earn a 4-year degree, KVCC...

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This school has a physical therapist assistant program which is what I am planning on attending if I get accepted. The class sizes are small and there are hands on programs at professional facilities that I think will be very helpful.

” – Suzanne from Wiscasset, ME
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Established in 1961, Northern Maine Community College is a public, 2-year institution located in Presque Isle. NMCC offers nearly 40 career-technical degree and certificate programs across six academic departments, preparing students for job...

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NMCC is dedicated to helping students succeed with multiple resources, including mentoring, tutoring and an Academic Success Center. The teachers are knowledgeable and helpful. There are many programs to choose from.

” – Angela from Houlton, ME
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Established in 1994, York County Community College is a public, 2-year institution located in Wells, Maine. YCCC offers nearly 30 associate’s degree programs and 10 certificate programs in a variety of career-oriented fields of study, including many...

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york county community college is a very student oriented college. the classes are small, which are nice, especially when students need assistance. the counselors and teachers are very driven toward student success.

” – Gwendolyn from Acton, ME
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Southern Maine Community College is a public, 2-year institution established primarily in the city of South Portland, with a satellite campus located in Brunswick. The college offers over 40 academic programs in five different divisions of study...

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The teachers here at SMCC give a real life prospective on what you are going to see out in the field. At times they will throw a lot of valuable information at you, but it is well needed information for your success at SMCC.

” – Stephen from Freeport, ME
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Established in 1969, Washington County Community College is a public, 2-year institution located on a 400-acre campus alongside the St. Croix River in Calais, Maine. WCCC offers certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees in 20 career-oriented...

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This college is a small, quiet school, with many opportunities. This College ranges from Culinary to Auto Mechanic. Also WCCC has a spectacular view of the St. Croix river right in front of there Campus.

” – Christopher from Calais, ME