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UMA Rockland Center is one of nine centers around Maine where you can take courses, pursue degrees, and receive all the support you need to earn a university degree close to home, taking classes that fit into your family and work life. Courses are taught by faculty on-site, online, via interactive television or two-way videoconferencing.

  • UMA Rockland has served the midcoast area for more than 30 years.
  • We provide local access to more than 30 university degree and certificate programs.
  • We offer small class sizes, personalized support services, tutoring in math and writing, and local scholarships.
  • Choose from 40+ university courses offered each fall and spring semester, morning, afternoon and evening in a face-to-face format. In addition, choose from more than 500 courses offered through distance education technologies.

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Center Calendar


  • VAWLT Drop-In

    Nov 212:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    VAWLT stands for Virtual, Accessibility, Writing, Library and Technology tutors and offers a diverse suite of tutoring services for education at a distance.

    We provide synchronous and asynchronous help for writing, research, and the technology you need to succeed in your courses.

    VAWLT offers help by chat, video-conference, email, and phone.
    We are also available on site at UMA Centers. Book an appointment, ask a question, submit a paper, or send us a request for help with writing or research. We can’t wait to work with you. For more information go to:

    https://mycampus.maine.edu/web/vawlt

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  • Student Association Meeting

    Nov 263:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    The UROCK Student Association is made up of students who volunteer to plan and lead community events here at the college. The Student Association (S.A.) is open to all currently enrolled UMA students and meetings are open. Volunteering with the UROCK Student Association is a great way to get involved.

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  • VAWLT Drop-In

    Dec 52:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    VAWLT stands for Virtual, Accessibility, Writing, Library and Technology tutors and offers a diverse suite of tutoring services for education at a distance.

    We provide synchronous and asynchronous help for writing, research, and the technology you need to succeed in your courses.

    VAWLT offers help by chat, video-conference, email, and phone.
    We are also available on site at UMA Centers. Book an appointment, ask a question, submit a paper, or send us a request for help with writing or research. We can’t wait to work with you. For more information go to:

    https://mycampus.maine.edu/web/vawlt

    See more details

  • Student Association Meeting

    Dec 103:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    The UROCK Student Association is made up of students who volunteer to plan and lead community events here at the college. The Student Association (S.A.) is open to all currently enrolled UMA students and meetings are open. Volunteering with the UROCK Student Association is a great way to get involved.

    See more details

  • Deadline: Coastal Senior College’s David Desjardins Scholarship

    Dec 12

    Details: https://learn.maine.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/COASTAL-SENIOR-SCHOLARSHIP-Application.pdf

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