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CAMPUS ASSESSMENT RESPONSE EVALUATION (C.A.R.E.) TEAM

The mission of the UMA Campus Assessment Response Evaluation (C.A.R.E.) Team is to coordinate and implement policy development, education, and timely intervention in regard to students exhibiting signs of serious distress, or engaging in harmful or disruptive behavior.  CARE is not a crisis or emergency response team, but provides a system for proactive intervention to student behaviors of concern in order to reduce disruption and facilitate a safe, respectful and productive learning and working environment.  Visit the CARE web page for more information and for access to a referral form for submitting concerns.  Contact: Coordinator of Community Standards and Mediation in Dean of Students Office in Augusta.

 

CAR POOLING (Augusta)

A ride board in Jewett Hall is available to assist Augusta students in finding/providing transportation. Contact: Office of Dean of Students.

CHANGE OF MAJOR/MINOR

To change your program/major or minor, you must complete a change of major form, found here.  You can also print and submit the form in person on the Augusta or Bangor campus at the Enrollment Services centers.  If you would like assistance in choosing a program or determining if your current program will meet your career goals, career advising is available.  Contact: Enrollment Services.

CHILD CARE 

Child care services are not available on either campus. Students seeking child care information are encouraged to visit the State of Maine's Children's Services web page.  Links to helpful resources, such as finding child care in Maine (search tool to child care facilities around the state), information for parents, and steps to choosing child care, are listed.

CLEP (College Level Examination Program)

(See Credit by Examination).

CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

The University encourages new and returning students to participate in all forms of extracurricular activities. A number of clubs and organizations, e.g. the French Club, Cornerstone Mentoring Club, Accounting Society and Business Club, to name a few, may be available at your campus. Campus student government associations can offer assistance in initiating a new club or organization and consider requests for funding. The Office of Student Life is also available to assist with starting new clubs and organizations. Contact: local student government association or coordinator of student life in Augusta/Bangor, student services coordinator at your center.

COLLEGES

UMA has two colleges overseeing its academic offerings. Each one supervises certain degree programs and academic disciplines. The following list should help you locate the college that supervises your major, course, or certificate.

  • College of Arts & Sciences
    (Greg Fahy, Dean)
    Baccalaureate Degrees: architecture, art, biology, English, interdisciplinary studies, jazz & contemporary music, liberal studies, social science
    Associate Degrees: jazz & contemporary music, liberal studies
    Courses: AME, ANT, ARC, ARH, ART, ASL, AUD, BIO, CHY, COE, COL, COM, DAN, DRA, EDU, ENG, FRE, GEO, GEY, HGH, HON, HTY, HUM, IND, INT, MUS, PHI, PHO, PHY, PSY, REA, REC, RUS, SCI, SOC, SPA, SSC, WGS
  • College of Professional Studies
    (Brenda McAleer, Dean and Associate Provost)
    Baccalaureate Degrees: applied science, aviation, business administration, computer information systems, dental assisting, dental hygiene, financial services, information and library services, justice studies, mental health and human services, nursing, public administration
    Associate Degrees: business administration, computer information systems, dental hygiene, information and library services, justice studies, medical laboratory technology, mental health and human services, nursing, public administration, rehabilitation therapy, veterinary technology
    Certificates: accounting, child & youth care practitioner, community policing, crime analysis and GPS, customer service and telecommunications, dental assisting, forensic science, fraud examination, government management, health informatics, human resource management, human services, information & library services, mental health rehabilitation technician/community, paralegal studies, secondary education, social media, substance abuse rehabilitation technician
    Courses: BUA, CIS, COE, DEA, DEH, ECO, FOC, HON, HUS, ILS, IND, INT, INV, ISS, JUS, MAT, MLT, NUR, POS, VTE

COMPUTER SERVICES (Now called IT-Information Technology)

 

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

Cooperative Education combines work or volunteer experience with college credit for knowledge gained "on the job." Independent Study/Cooperative Education Learning Proposal forms are available. Contact: college office.

CORNERSTONE TRIO STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICE PROGRAM (A Title IV Federally Funded Program)

The Cornerstone TRIO Program is a federally-funded student support services program with the mission to facilitate success in college providing additional student services for eligible students. To be eligible for Cornerstone, students must be enrolled in a four-year UMA degree program, have academic need, and meet one of the following criteria: be of the first in their family to attend college (neither parent earned a bachelor’s degree) OR have a limited income OR have a disability. While student services are available to all UMA students, an enrolled Cornerstone student receives student services including proactive support from the Cornerstone staff. The Cornerstone Program provides assistance to participants in achieving their educational goals. The program is available on the Augusta and Bangor campuses. Contact: Cornerstone Program at each campus.

COUNSELING SERVICES

Counseling and referral services are available at the Augusta and Bangor campuses.  These services include confidential, short-term personal counseling, crisis intervention, and referral services for concerns that may interfere with collegiate success. Personal development counseling and workshops are also available. Contact Counseling in Augusta, Counseling in Bangor.

COURSE OFFERINGS

The UMA catalog describes all courses required for degree programs; the current course guide describes all courses offered for the current semester at all UMA locations. Contact: Registrar's Office, Enrollment Services Center, Advising Center in Augusta, Admissions and Student Enrollment Services in Bangor, or center student services coordinator.

CREDIT BY EXAMINATION

UMA offers a variety of means by which students may receive credit for prior learning. These include CLEP, DSST, and departmental challenge exams. Students who have achieved competency in various academic subjects can be eligible, via testing, for up to 45 credit hours toward a degree at UMA. There are fees for these exams. Contact: Enrollment Services in Augusta and Bangor.

CREDIT FOR PRIOR LEARNING/PORTFOLIO REVIEW

Under certain circumstances credit may be earned via the assessment of a portfolio documenting college-level learning acquired through prior work or volunteer experience. It is essential that students interested in this process verify in advance which courses may qualify for portfolio review and consult with the Augusta Enrollment Services staff to begin the process. All locations: Contact: Enrollment Services in Augusta and Bangor.