Register for Next Semester!

Registration is open for anyone who still needs to register for the coming semester.  Check out the new interactive online course guide to see what classes are being offered.  
FMI: Contact UMA Enrollment Services 1-877-UMA-1234 or stop by any of our locations

Snow Business

Questions have arisen about UMA's procedures with respect to campus closing due to storm or other emergency situations. Some students have wondered, "If I have a 9-11:45 AM class, and the campus is closed until 10 AM, am I expected to show up for the last two hours of that class?" The answer is "no." Classes and all other activities and events that are scheduled to start prior to the UMA opening time will not be held. If you have a class, activity or event that is scheduled to start at the opening time or after, then you should make every reasonable attempt to attend. We realize that students travel from different regions of the state and that the weather conditions significantly vary from one region to another. Students are encouraged to use their best judgment regarding their local travel conditions.
FMI: Enrollment Services Center at 1-877-862-1234

New Class for the Spring Mini Session: Postmodern American Literature

It's not too late to register for the new class in Postmodern American Literature! Taught by a Fulbright scholar from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, this class will look at the way that American fiction changed in the second half of the 20th century, becoming more parodic, absurd, and playful. Spend 7 weeks reading and discussing authors such as Don DeLillo and William Gibson. Prereq: ENG 102.  
FMI: Lisa Botshon: botshon@maine.edu

Essentials Drive

Please help out victims of domestic violence this holiday season! The MHHS club is teaming up with Family Violence Project by doing an "Essentials Drive". All donations go to women, children and men affected by domestic violence. Items needed include blankets, baby wipes, toiletries, alarm clocks, backpacks, diapers, sheets, pillows, towels, cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, school supplies, cooking utensils and more. Donation boxes are located in RSC, Katz, Jewett, and Robinson Hall.
FMI: Kristen Cormier: kristen.cormier@maine.edu

NYC Trip in May

May 12 -16, 2014 Student sign ups start Mon, Jan 27 - $250, Guest sign ups start Mon, Feb 10 - $650 Round trip transportation, hotel accommodations, and one Broadway ticket to: Wicked, Kinky Boots, or Newsies! *Refunds will only be given if you are able to fill your spot*
Augusta Students: Renee Grant (renee.grant@maine.edu), RSC 204, 621-3374
Bangor Students: Michael Sales (michael.sales@maine.edu),107 Eastport Hall, 262-7815 Students from
Sites/Centers: Contact your Student Services Coordinator



French Club Meeting on Dec. 10th: Crepe Making!

Tuesday, Dec. 10th from 11:45-12:45 p.m. in Jewett 289. Join us for our final meeting of the semester! Newcomers welcome! We will learn to make crepes in this final meeting, as well as discuss upcoming activities. Come to  Come learn more about the club! We were recently featured in the PORTLAND PRESS HERALD.
FMI: Chelsea Ray (chelsea.d.ray@maine.edu) 621-3487


Employment, Volunteer & Internship Opportunities

Looking for Tutors

The Augusta Tutoring Center needs Math, Science, Human Services, Psychology, and Business Tutors for the Spring. You don't have to be a genius in the subject to be a tutor. Students who have had to work at a good grade are often better tutors than students who just "know" the answer and can't explain the process. If you have taken a course and gotten a B+ or better you might be eligible to be a tutor. Please contact Judith DeMilo Brown for more information.
FMI Judith Demilo (judith.demilo@maine.edu) 621-3421

Work Study Students Wanted for Civic Engagement

The Office of Civic Engagement is looking for work study students for the Spring 2014 semester. Help UMA get involved in the community; help make the world a better place.
FMI: Val Marsh (valerie.marsh@maine.edu) 621-3158

UMA Employment Opportunities

  • Microenterprise Specialist, Lewiston
  • Workforce Development Specialist, Augusta
  • Workforce Development Specialist, Bangor
  • Justice Studies, Faculty
  • Computer Information Systems, Faculty, Augusta or Bangor
  • Director of Library Services
  • Mathematics, Faculty
  • Asst. Prof. of Dental Health Programs & Dental Assisting Coord., Bangor

Employment opportunities are listed on the UMA website Employment Page »
FMI: email UMAjobs (umajobs@maine.edu) or call (207) 621-3043



Moose battle tough in loss to Norwich - UMA Athletics

NORTHFIELD, Vt.-Norwich University and Trinity (Conn.) College advance to the championship game of the 2013 Ed Hockenbury Classic following Saturday evening's wins. The Cadets downed the Moose of the University of Maine-Augusta, 93-74, before Trinity defeated Worcester State 70-54 in the nightcap.

Rogers nets All-Conference honors after loss to Worcester State - UMA Athletics

Northfield, Vt.-Trinity College was named the 2013 Ed Hockenbury Classic championship team following Saturday afternoon's 57-43 win against the Cadets of Norwich University.  Worcester State finished the tournament in third place after downing the University of Maine-Augusta 96-56 in the consolation game.

Women's basketball falls to Bates in Consolation - UMA Athletics

NORTHFIELD, Vt. - University of Maine at Augusta sophomore Arreonte Lee (San Antonio, Tex.) scored 23 points and dished out 12 assists Saturday night on her way to receiving the All-Tournament nod, as UMA fell to Bates 104-83 in the consolation game of the 2013 Ed Hockenbury Classic at Norwich University.

Picture of the Week

A picture taken at a recent UMA Bangor Lunch and Learn done in collaboration with the Hope House, a Bangor Maine Shelter for the homeless.  See more pictures »

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