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UC Centers and UMA host Open House Events

Nothing beats a visit! Attend one of our upcoming open houses to learn more about how University College Centers in your community can help you earn or complete your degree from the University of Maine at Augusta. […]

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Welcome our UC Bath/Brunswick Center Director!

Tom Nickerson is the Director of University College Bath/Brunswick and works to strengthen the Center’s Learning Community to support students, faculty and staff in achieving each student’s academic and career goals.  Prior to joining University […]

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Thomas Nickerson, Center Director at University College at Bath/Brunswick

UMA Students Head to Camden Conference

Twenty-two UMA students from across the state plus instructor, Peter Lodge, will attend the 2017 Camden Conference February 17 – 19 as a part of this spring’s HTY 365 course. Each year adjunct faculty member, […]

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Maine NEW Leadership

Maine NEW Leadership is designed to educate, empower, and encourage participants to take on leadership roles through a six-day residential, non-partisan training program, provided at no cost to 28 undergraduate college students to educate and […]

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Success Scholarship

Guide | Contact Advisor | Scholarships: Adult Completion | Why College? | Programs The University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) is pleased to announce the availability of a Success Scholarship to students graduating from the following […]

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The New FAFSA Change

A change is coming to the FAFSA process! For the 2017-2018 Academic Year, students will be able to file and/or renew their FAFSA as early as October 1, 2016 (previously this would have been 01/01/2017). […]

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Applying Education in the Field

EAST MILLINOCKET — Stephen Stanley is a 62-year-old former mill worker in East Millinocket who is nearing the completion of a degree in Public Policy. Now a State Legislator, he describes the life transition that […]

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