Our on-campus Accepted Student Days are purposely small, highly individualized and designed to give you a chance to make personal connections with UMF people: current students, professors, key staff members.

You’ll also meet other future UMF-ers of your Class of 2024. You’ll leave with names, email addresses, cell #s. You’ll make new friends and maybe even meet your future college roommate.

Plus you’ll get to know some professors in your intended major, if you have one, or meet with an academic adviser if you’re Undeclared. And you’ll get to attend a college class in your academic area! Like taking a college test drive. You’ll like it.

Oh, and you’ll connect with coaches, student representatives from campus clubs & organizations in a nearly one-on-one setting. All this plus a campus tour and lunch is on us.

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A Parallel Track Just for Parents

注册就送38可微信提现We understand the important role parents play in the college decision process, so our Accepted Student Days have a parallel program just for parents and guests (away from their son’s/daughter’s watchful eyes).

注册就送38可微信提现Parents and guests have the opportunity to ask us questions: financial aid, safety, campus employment, housing arrangements, study abroad, move-in dates, internships, scholarships, health and counseling services, tutoring — anything. We want parents to feel comfortable with the process and to make a well-informed decision. It’s important to parents. It’s important to us.

Sounds Great! When? Where? How?

注册就送38可微信提现To register for an Accepted Student Day, just choose from the dates below for the academic area to which you have been accepted.

  • The Weekday Major-Specific Accepted Student Days are specific to academic interest and typically have 12-15 families per day.
  • The Saturday Any-Major Accepted Student Day (April 25) is open to students interested in any academic program and offers an immersive on-campus experience.

Weekday Major-Specific Programs

Actuarial Science, Computer Science, Mathematics

All Education majors: Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Special Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Special Education, World Languages K-12

Business Economics, Business Psychology, Outdoor Recreation Business Administration (ORBA)

Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Special Education, Elementary Education, Special Education

Humanities: Creative Writing, English, Philosophy / Religion

Liberal Arts Undeclared

Natural Sciences: Biology, Earth & Environmental Sciences

Community Health Education, Psychology, Rehabilitation Services

Secondary Education, World Languages K-12

Social Sciences:? Anthropology, Business Economics, Business Psychology, Geography & Environmental Planning, History, International & Global Studies, Political Science

Visual and Performing Arts:? Arts Administration, Interactive Media, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts

Note: You may register to attend more than one of these Accepted Student Days.

Saturday Any-Major Accepted Student Days

These are open to students interested in any academic program, including Undeclared and offer an immersive campus experience. Since classes are not in session on Saturdays, these programs will include a sample class by a member of our faculty.

Note:注册就送38可微信提现 Johnson Scholars students should select an Accepted Student Day within the major they intend to pursue. Those with Pre-Professional interests in the medical fields and law should attend the program for the major to which they have been admitted.

Also: You may attend more than one of these Accepted Student Days.

Please phone or email us if you need assistance or have any questions. We look forward to seeing you!


Contact Us

Office of Admissions
University of Maine at Farmington
246 Main Street
Farmington, Maine USA 04938-1994
tel? 207-778-7050
fax? 207-778-8182
TDD/TYY? 207-778-7275
umfadmit@maine.edu