courseguideRegistration for Spring courses opens on Monday, November 3rd for degree candidates and on Thursday, November 6th for everyone else.

Spring 2015 Online Course Guide

Printable PDF of 2015 Course Guide

Prepare for registration now by picking a preferred schedule using the MaineStreet Wish List function.  Be sure to do so early so that you can seek advisor permission if necessary. If you have applied for financial aid, make sure you have accepted your award in MaineStreet. Check out program specific wish list events on the UMA Events Calendar.

Connect with Enrollment Services for advising assistance at Augusta (207) 621-3149, Bangor (207) 262-7808, or contact your local site or center.

For those interested in applying to UMA or taking classes here for the first time, there is still plenty of time!  Apply online or contact us at 877.UMA.1234.

0001-geller 070 medClassical violinist and Maine native, Sarah Geller will perform at UMA November 16th

As part of the Concerts at Jewett Series, a classical concert called “Hungarian Rhapsody” is scheduled for Sunday, November 16 at 2:00 PM at Jewett Hall Auditorium.

The concert features Maine native, Sarah E. Geller on the violin, accompanied by pianist Wenham Anderson and will include works by Beethoven, Debussy, and Ravel.

Tickets are $10, students $5, 12 & under free. Tickets are available at Pat’s Pizza in Augusta, Apple Valley Books in Winthrop, and at the door. Call 621-3551, or email umasc@maine.edu for more information or for mail order tickets.

Geller is a Maine native who performs extensively in New York City, where she now resides. She shares her skills at her Suzuki studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and with her students at The School For Strings in Manhattan.

In addition to appearing with Geller, Wenham Anderson has also performed with numerous chamber ensembles across North America and Asia.

The University of Maine at Augusta’s Senior College and College of Arts and Sciences sponsors the Concerts at Jewett Series. For more information about the Concerts at Jewett visit: concerts@jewett.com

Convicts' Letters Photography Exhibition at UMA 
October 7th - November 7th

TrentBellImageREFLECT: convicts' letters to their younger selves” is showing at UMA's Danforth Gallery from October 7th to November 7th at the Charles Danforth Gallery. An opening reception and artist talk will be held October 23th at 12:30pm.

"Reflect" is an artistic documentation of choices, consequences, and reflection. Photographer Trent Bell's portraits feature Maine State Prison inmates, who had written letters to their younger selves.

Bell is known for his architectural photography. He conceived of a photo project that would merge large-scale portraits of inmate in the Maine prison system, with hand written letter the convicts composed as though writing to their younger selves. This project came about because in 2013, Bell was shocked to hear that a friend – an educated professional, a husband, and a father of four children – had been sentenced to thirty-six years in prison.

“Our bad choices can contain untold loss, remorse, and regret,” says Bell, “but the positive value of these bad choices might be immeasurable if we can face them, admit to them, learn from them and find the strength to share.”

There is video documentation by filmmaker Joe Cater and additional prison guard portraits by Corey Desrochers.

The Danforth Gallery is located in Jewett Hall on the Augusta campus of the University of Maine at Augusta. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Fridays. For more information visit: http://artsuma.com/

More program specific wish list events can be found on the UMA Events Calendar.

 

Spring 2015 Nursing wish list eventNursing Wish List Event

October 21st, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm  
Jewett Hall, room 291  
Free lunch!  
RSVP: Bonnie Linder 621-3297 bonnie.linder@maine.edu

Prepare for spring registration! Be ready to register on November 3rd. Meet with nursing faculty and get help with advising! 



Spring 2015 Cornerstone wish list eventCornerstone Wish List Event

October 22nd 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Randall Student Center, 253
Free pizza!
RSVP: Tony Staffiere 621-3501 anthony.staffiere@maine.edu

Cornerstone and advising staff will be on hand to review your degree progress and help you select Spring 2015 classes.



Spring 2015 Education wish list event

Education Wish List Event

October 23rd, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Randall Student Center 253
Free lunch! 
RSVP: Cindy Dean, 621-3192 cynthia.dean@maine.edu

Education faculty and advising staff will be on hand to review your degree progress and help you select classes for spring 2015. Having your wish list created early means quick and easy registration on November 3rd.



Music wish list event spring 2015 student copyMusic Wish List Event

October 28th 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Fine Arts Building, Room 122
RSVP: Sign up sheet located in the music building

Prepare for spring registration! Be ready to register on November 3rd. Meet with music faculty and get help with advising. Sign up now to secure your spot and lunch! 



Spring 2015 English Liberal Studies wish list eventEnglish, Liberal Studies & Interdisciplinary Studies Wish List Event

October 30th 9 am - 11 am
Randall computer lab
Free lunch! 
RSVP: Lisa Botshon, 621-3473 botshon@maine.edu

Program faculty advisors and advising staff will be on hand to review your degree progress and help you select classes for spring 2015. Be ready to register on Nov. 3rd!

 

BArchInfoDayPosterB.Arch Info Day

The next B.Arch Info Day will be November 8, 2014

Meet in the Richmond Gallery, 331 Water St., Augusta, ME

UMA is proud to share our new 5-year Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) degree, which started fall 2013 - and WE WANT TO SHOW IT TO YOU! Built on our 25-year history of providing excellent architectural education, our program is the first and only professional architecture degree in the State of Maine.

We want YOU and your family to tour our facilities, learn about our program, and meet with faculty and students.

Please come visit the Gannett Building and see first-hand what UMA/ARC is about.  In addition to informative Question + Answer sessions, we will be holding a free Portfolio How To Workshop - giving you design and technique insight to visually demonstrate the best YOU possible.

Click here to register!

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