UMA offers flexibility.
UMA delivers more undergraduate credits via distance education than any other Maine college or university. With campuses in Augusta and Bangor, nine Centers from Saco to Houlton, more than 30 additional sites where you can take a course, and many programs available completely online, UMA is uniquely equipped to support distance learning.
To complete her degree, Elizabeth Conley-Lepene ’19, enjoyed the convenience and access to the many UMA Centers.
“UMA allows you to obtain a quality degree, in a flexible format regardless of location. Distance education allows students to find balance with competing demands on time, while being able to achieve their educational goals. It was true in 1989 when UMA introduced distance education in Maine, and it is still true today: we bring our classrooms to the students where they are.”
Joseph Szakas, UMA Provost