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We're here to help you decide whether UMA is a good fit for you. Chances are it is. Our students are of every age and every background -- and with our wide array of professional, career-oriented programs, UMA is a terrific choice for those who know exactly what they want to do with their degree, as well as those who want to explore their many options.

There are plenty of ways of find out more. Check out our video clips below. Enroll in an Admissions Information Workshop. Call us at 1-877-UMA-1234 for Augusta; call 207-262-7800, opt. 3 for UMA Bangor.

Drop us an email. Or simply read on…

  • Click here if you're a current high school student, a recent high school graduate,
    or use texting more than you do your “land line” to connect with friends.
  • Click here if you are in college now, know the whole routine, and are thinking
    about transferring to UMA in a future semester.
  • Click here if high school is more of a distant memory, you had to walk five miles
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