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MAINE’S COMMUNITY COLLEGES We’re here for you. The doers. The dreamers. The lifelong learners. Start your journey. Renew your path. Reignite your passion. At a Maine community college.


LEARN WHAT YOU CAN DO. Maine’s community colleges offer a smart start for high school graduates, a fresh start to displaced college students, and a restart for those who have lost their jobs. Wherever you are, Maine’s community colleges can help get you where you want to go. And they can get you there affordably. For many of our students, financial aid covers the full cost of tuition and fees.

LEARN WHAT YOU CAN BE. In an uncertain time, take control of your future. Explore your options and pursue the education and training that prepare you for a meaningful life.

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Community college was a good fit. I enjoy what I do now. It’s what I should have been doing a long time ago.” — KVCC student


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STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES We are committed to your success. Academic and personal supports are available to help you get started, stay on track, earn your degree, and find work in your chosen field. More information is available at

STUDENT LIFE Maine’s community colleges offer the opportunity to play a sport, join clubs and activities, and develop leadership skills. Whether you live on campus or commute from home, you’ll find a real sense of community. Learn more at student-life.

EARLY COLLEGE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS If you’re still in high school, we offer courses and programs designed to challenge you and prepare you for college. Check out what’s available at high-school.

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FREE FOR MANY. AFFORDABLE FOR ALL. Maine’s community colleges offer the lowest tuition and fees in New England. This means that, for half of our students, financial aid covers the full cost of tuition and fees. For many, it covers significantly more. In all, 74% of full-time students receive financial assistance to help cover the cost of their education. You don’t have to be a full-time student to qualify for financial aid.

AVERAGE ANNUAL COSTS for a full-time, in-state student

For half of all Maine community college students, financial aid covers the full cost of tuition and fees.

It’s really nice to be surrounded by a group of people who really want you to succeed wherever you go. It’s personal and that’s what makes it amazing.”

Tuition and fees: $3,700 Books and supplies: $1,400 Room and board: $5,400-$9,500 The financial aid office at each college can help you determine how much aid you may be eligible to receive. Learn more at

APPLYING IS EASY If you’re interested in applying to one of Maine’s community colleges, visit us at You’ll find links to all seven of the colleges and more detailed information about the programs of study offered at each one. When you’re ready to get started, you can apply online — quickly and easily.

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Available at all seven colleges 207-629-4030;

SHORT-TERM WORKFORCE TRAINING Maine’s community colleges offer more than a two-year degree. If you are looking for a job right now or want to learn new skills to advance in your current job, our short-term training programs may be right for you. Take a class and build up new skills and prepare for new opportunities. Maine’s community colleges offer free, or low cost, short-term workforce training that leads to industry recognized certificates and badges. We partner with local businesses to craft short-term customized training that provides students with the exact skills they need to qualify for high-demand jobs in the community. The courses are a mix of in-person and online, many are free and typically take between 5 and 12 months to complete.

I wanted to go into a career that I was going to be able to work in right away. Professors here are understanding and they work with you and it’s not scary. I want to get my foot in the door and see what I’m good at. Community college was the answer for me because it is flexible. There are nighttime and daytime classes. And it’s affordable. I’m the first generation to go to college. My number one goal in life is to give my children a different experience than I had when I was a kid. This is honestly the happiest I’ve been in a long time. It’s very exciting.” — ­Kaitlyn Allard, EMCC Medical Assisting


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The numbers LOCATION All college campuses and sometimes employer workplace

3,600 students SHORT-TERM TRAINING PROGRAMS mechanized logging operations, medical assisting, commercial drivers license, medical coding, pharmacy technician, medical records technician, Microsoft office specialist, phlebotomy, industrial electrical repair, facility maintenance technician, and more. For a list of current offerings go to

Education never ends. You can be fresh out of high school, you can be 17 or 18 years old or you can be in your 50s and you can go back to college. There’s always opportunity to grow.” — EMCC student

Find your campus Maine Community College System


1250 Turner Street, Auburn, ME 04210 207.755.5273 I 800.891.2002

CENTRAL MAINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Central Maine Community College is committed to preparing students of all ages for challenging careers, lifelong learning, and transfer to four-year colleges. We offer more than 40 degrees, certificates, and advanced certificates leading to technical, business, and health careers, as well as transfer options through programs in liberal and general studies. With online and part-time options, support services, on-campus housing, and a strong athletic program, CMCC is the place where you can achieve your goals.

There are many reasons why I chose CMCC. Everyone there helped me to earn my degree. It is a great place for people like me who have been out of school for a while. They support you all the way!” — CMCC student

The numbers LOCATION Auburn OFF-CAMPUS CENTERS South Paris and Damariscotta

3,068 students 40+ programs of study Campus housing available STUDENT ACTIVITIES student government, Phi Theta Kappa, Education Club, criminal justice and other special interest clubs, and intramural sports ATHLETIC TEAMS esports, baseball, basketball, cross country, ice hockey, soccer, softball, and volleyball For a list of programs offered at each college, see pages 22 and 23 or go to To learn more about college costs, financial aid, and how to apply, see page 5 or go to


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CMCC spotlight Kate McPherson Computer Technology “When I first started looking at colleges, it took me five times to follow through because I was just so terrified I wasn’t going to be successful. CMCC has completely taken away that fear and has motivated me to be much more than I ever though I could be.” Kate chose CMCC because it was close by, allowing her to live at home while attending college. Enrolling in the CMCC’s general studies program offered her an affordable way to explore her career options. Kate has overcome many personal obstacles, including childhood cancer, which has shaped her educational choices. Her studies at CMCC have helped her define her career plans. She applied her passion for mental health treatment to a research project focused on how depression is treated for cancer patents. She initially intended to complete her degree at CMCC and transfer to a four-year college to study psychology. But an interest in technology lead her to change her major to computer technology. While at CMCC, Kate has excelled academically, was president of Phi Theta Kappa, and chosen CMCC’s 2020 Student of the Year. Her goal is to combine her interest in psychology and skills in computer technology to help bring mental health services to those who can’t leave their homes. After she graduates from CMCC, she plans to transfer to UMA to continue her education in technology.

What’s new Esports! CMCC has joined the National Association of Collegiate eSports (NACE) and launched a competitive team in fall 2019. A new, 1,600 square-foot, high-tech arena located in Kirk Hall has been equipped with Alienware Area-51 Threadrippers, five console stations with Xbox One, PS4 Pro, and Nintendo Switch, and a Twitch broadcast booth for live streaming matches. CMCC is also offering a new esports management degree program. CMCC started three new degree options in the trades last fall: plumbing and heating, HVAC/R, and facilities maintenance and management.

What you may not know CMCC has new and expanded athletic fields complete with lights and a synthetic surface. The complex includes NCAA-sized competition fields for baseball, softball, and soccer. CMCC’s nursing program recently opened a new state-of-the-art patient simulation center, with more space and new equipment.

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354 Hogan Road, Bangor, ME 04401 207.974.4600 I 800.286.9357

EASTERN MAINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Eastern Maine Community College isn’t just a college, it’s a community filled with people who take your future seriously. That’s why our programs are flexible and focused, with many one- and two-year options for full- or part-time students. We pride ourselves on our academic programs and the learning that takes place both inside and outside the classroom. EMCC is a great college and a smart choice!

You get to know your professors. You are treated as an adult yet there is someone who you can always go to.” — EMCC graduate

The numbers LOCATION Bangor OFF-CAMPUS CENTERS East Millinocket, and Dover-Foxcroft

2,396 students 40+ programs of study Campus housing available STUDENT ACTIVITIES student government, Phi Theta Kappa, outdoor recreation, and a variety of student activities including computer, gaming, and international clubs For a list of programs offered at each college, see pages 22 and 23 or go to To learn more about college costs, financial aid, and how to apply, see page 5 or go to


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EMCC spotlight Kateryna Bagrii Nursing “There is no sense to sit and wait. I applied to the nursing program at EMCC, got accepted and have already finished my first year. Studying, working, and managing the family is extremely tough for me, but I am ready to do everything that is in my power to reach the goal and become a nurse.” Kateryna’s journey started in her home country of Ukraine. Her family has a long legacy of service through medicine and she decided to continue the family tradition. After graduating with honors with a Bachelor of Science in internal medicine, she completed her medical Ph.D., with a specialty in cardiology. Her plans were derailed in May 2014, when war started in the part of Ukraine where she lived and worked. She left home with her two sons and for two years, while waiting for permission to enter the United States, she found refuge temporarily in Georgia, Turkey, and Moldova. Unable to obtain her educational documentation in Ukraine to pursue her medical license in the United States, she was determined to use her training and education. She enrolled in EMCC’s, nursing program, not only as a student, but also as an adjunct instructor. She excels academically is an active member of the Student Nurses Association. Now a single mother of six children, she works three part-time jobs to support her family and is working toward her dream of earning her Master’s degree, and becoming a nurse and educator.

What’s new EMCC offers a regional nursing program to address the nursing shortage, especially in rural Maine communities. Students take EMCC courses at the Penquis Higher Education Center in Dover-Foxcroft and the Katahdin Higher Education Center in Millinocket and earn their degrees while staying close to home. Clinical rotations are also done in those regions, so students don’t have to travel far to earn a degree in a high-paying, indemand career field. EMCC has grown the One Campus, Two Schools initiative with the United Technologies Center in Bangor. This program allows high school students to graduate with their high school diploma and an associate degree in liberal studies simultaneously. Students who complete the program save time and money when they go on to complete their bachelor’s degree as they have most of their general education courses completed.

What you may not know EMCC has its own foundation which gives students over $100,000 in scholarships annually.

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92 Western Avenue, Fairfield, ME 04937 207.453.5000 I 800.528.5882

Harold Alfond Campus, Hinckley, ME 04944 207.453.5000 I 800.528.5882

KENNEBEC VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Twice named one of the best two-year colleges in America by the Aspen Institute, Kennebec Valley Community College is one of the most highly regarded institutions of its kind in the Northeast. Our programs of study include the state’s only lineworker technology and occupational therapy assistant programs. And the college is leading the way to a greener future by offering programs in sustainable construction and energy services and technology, with a heavy emphasis on renewable energy.

I lost my job and I didn’t know what I wanted to do. Being able to go to the community college, it gave me my life back.” — KVCC student

The numbers LOCATION Fairfield and Hinckley KVCC is a commuter college

2,473 students 35+ programs of study STUDENT ACTIVITIES coed softball, Phi Theta Kappa, student senate, science club, volunteer opportunities, and more For a list of programs offered at each college, see pages 22 and 23 or go to To learn more about college costs, financial aid, and how to apply, see page 5 or go to


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KVCC spotlight Gregory LeCorps Sustainable Construction “I plan to put my new construction skills to use in my local community. Financial support has allowed me to focus more on the most important aspect of school-learning. I hope one day I will be able to help other students achieve their goals.” Earning a college degree, and learning the construction trade, has been a life goal for Gregory. He enrolled in KVCC’s sustainable construction program to learn the skills necessary to work in the field of carpentry and construction. In addition to raising his family, and earning his degree, Gregory is a registered 4-H leader and volunteers in a variety of youth programs and organizations. He participates in a Microsoft Tech Changemakers Program, is certified as a shooting sports instructor through Maine 4H and enjoys teaching archery. He was also named a 2020 Leon Gorman Scholar.

What’s new KVCC opened a new welding center in fall 2020 complete with booths, stations, and tools that will allow it to expand the number of courses offered in welding.

What you may not know KVCC offers a number of professional development courses including welding, BLS CPR healthcare provider, and infant toddler language and literacy. KVCC has a number of resources to help you succeed and earn your degree, including TRIO Support Services, the Learning Commons with academic coaching and tutoring, advising services, and more.

A father of nine, he says one of his children is interested in carpentry, and he would like to explore the possibility of starting a family business and helping his children to build their own homes. Gregory says he appreciates all the support the college has provided and plans to graduate in May 2021 and enter the workforce in Maine.

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33 Edgemont Drive, Presque Isle, ME 04769 207.768.2785 I 800.535.6682

NORTHERN MAINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Northern Maine Community College boasts a vibrant campus community, where opportunities for intellectual and outdoor adventure abound. The college offers hands-on learning in technologically advanced classes and labs, providing students with the skills they need to succeed in the workplace. These are just some of the reasons NMCC has earned the reputation of a top-quality educational facility committed to student success and educational excellence.

Everyone at NMCC is cheering you on, helping push you through to your goal. Whether you are here for a certificate or a degree, they want to see you succeed. They’re here to boost you up and support you in achieving your dreams.” — NMCC student

The numbers LOCATION Presque Isle OFF-CAMPUS CENTER Houlton

1,153 students 30+ programs of study 647 students served by Continuing Education/Business and Industry Campus housing available STUDENT ACTIVITIES Phi Theta Kappa, student senate, volunteer opportunities, student clubs and organizations, esports, SkillsUSA, gaming, intramural sports, and fitness activities DURING THE 2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR, the NMCC Foundation awarded over $120,000 in student scholarships For a list of programs offered at each college, see pages 22 and 23 or go to To learn more about college costs, financial aid, and how to apply, see page 5 or go to 14

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NMCC spotlight Marcel Chalou

What’s new NMCC has joined the Eastern College Athletic Conference and has a competitive eSports team.

Water Treatment Technology

NMCC’s practical nursing program has now graduated two classes.

“NMCC gave me a way to finish my education. They gave me confidence when I had doubts and courage when I had fears. They gave me a meaningful career that will allow me to provide for my family right where we chose to be — in northern Maine.”

Students from southern Maine can now enroll in the water treatment technology program through a collaboration with SMCC.

Marcel enrolled in the U.S. Marine Corps directly out of high school. He followed that with a 10-year career in law enforcement in Tennessee.

This year NMCC is unveiling its newly renovated Reed Dining Commons.

Although his career was rewarding, he and his wife decided they wanted to raise their two children in the small-town environment where Marcel grew up in Easton.

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Once settled back in Maine, he began looking for a new career that would allow him to combine his respect for nature and the environment, match his ideals and values, and provide financial security for his family. He enrolled in NMCC’s newly formed water treatment technology program.

NMCC boasts an impressive graduate success rate. According to recent findings, 98% of NMCC graduates are employed or continuing their education within six months of graduation.

He excelled academically, became a lab assistant in his first year, and helped build the fledgling program, becoming a role model and tutor for other students and an ambassador for the program. All his hard work was recognized when he was also named NMCC’s 2020 Student of the Year.

NMCC serves as the regional workforce development hub, providing career advancement training to approximately 1,000 people annually.

An internship at the Presque Isle Utilities District led to a full-time position as a water treatment operator and lab technician, where he was hired before he graduated in spring 2020. Maine Community College System


2 Fort Road, South Portland, ME 04106 207.741.5500 I 877.282.2182

Midcoast Campus, 29 Sewall Street, Brunswick, ME 04011 207.844.2102

SOUTHERN MAINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Southern Maine Community College is Maine’s largest and most diverse community college and offers more than 45 programs of study. Our South Portland campus looks out across beautiful Casco Bay and is just minutes from all that Portland has to offer. The Midcoast Campus in Brunswick includes state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories.

Excellent, dedicated professors; extremely affordable tuition; friendly, compassionate students; and the prettiest location overlooking the Atlantic Ocean you could ever imagine. What more could you want?” — SMCC student

The numbers LOCATION South Portland and Brunswick

6,384 students 45+ programs of study Campus housing available STUDENT ACTIVITIES student government, student newspaper, Phi Theta Kappa, and a variety of student clubs and activities ATHLETIC TEAMS baseball, basketball, coed golf, soccer, softball and volleyball For a list of programs offered at each college, see pages 22 and 23 or go to To learn more about college costs, financial aid, and how to apply, see page 5 or go to


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SMCC spotlight Taylor Gustin Radiography “I’ve always wanted to do something in the medical field. I like radiography because you work directly with patients, the demand is growing, and the technology is rapidly evolving. I’ll always have something to challenge me.” Taylor realized she wanted to become a radiographer while in high school after taking a tour of a new hospital that was soon to open in her hometown of Augusta. When the time came, she enrolled in SMCC’s radiography program because it was affordable, the college has a beautiful campus and she knew job opportunities would be plentiful after graduation. Once she’s working as a radiologic technologist after graduation, Taylor plans to specialize in mammography. But she also knows there are other specialties — such as MRIs or CAT scans — from which to choose.

What you may not know SMCC and the University of Maine at Farmington have a partnership that allows graduates from SMCC’s early childhood education program to live and work in southern Maine while earning a UMF bachelor’s degree in early childhood education with K-3 certification. The program is taught by UMF faculty at SMCC’s South Portland campus. Outside of traditional degree and certificate programs, SMCC offers workforce training programs and institutes that are aimed at fulfilling industry needs that are free for students. SMCC’s workforce training integrates credit and noncredit courses, offers alternative program lengths not tied to the semester system, and provides flexibility and different pathways to degrees and certificates.

For clinical experience, radiography students work in hospitals and other medical settings, giving students hands-on involvement. There’s a certain amount of book learning, but she says there’s nothing that can prepare students better than working with real patients in the field.

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One College Drive, Calais, ME 04619 207.454.1000 I 800.210.6932

WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Washington County Community College offers one of the most unique educational environments on the East Coast. Our 400-acre campus abutting the Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge overlooks the beautiful St. Croix River, and the college takes advantage of this spectacular setting through field work and hands-on learning. Small class sizes in trade, technical, career, liberal arts, and transfer programs ensure that students receive a great deal of support and personal attention. When they graduate, their skills are valued by business and industry in the region and beyond.

I chose WCCC because of the small community and faculty. Everyone genuinely cares. I walk into a room and everyone asks how my day is going, or how my expedition went, or how my family is. It really is such a warm and welcoming place to be.” — WCCC student

The numbers LOCATION Calais

380 students 25+ programs of study Campus housing available STUDENT ACTIVITIES WCCC offers oncampus and off-campus activities, including easy access to student organizations, a fitness facility, local movie theater, shopping, and outdoor recreational activities like canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and snowmobiling For a list of programs offered at each college, see pages 22 and 23 or go to To learn more about college costs, financial aid, and how to apply, see page 5 or go to


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WCCC spotlight Clinton Dakin Engine Specialist “WCCC has impacted me in many positive ways too numerous to mention, but the biggest impact would have to be all the technical hands on skills that I have learned.” Clinton enrolled at WCCC in 2017 because it was the only college in New England that offered the powersports equipment/small engine technician certificate program he was seeking. He continued at WCCC and graduated from the heavy equipment maintenance certificate program and earned his associate degree in mechanical technology, both in 2019. In May 2020, Clinton graduated with his fourth credential from WCCC, an engine specialist certificate. He plans to return in fall 2020 to study welding. An excellent student, he was described by a faculty member as a “genuine, unassuming, intelligent, and reliable” student. He has been active on campus, serving both as a resident assistant and a tutor, able to take complex concepts about mechanics and engines and break them down to teach his peers. Clinton overcame a personal tragedy his first year as a student when his family home burned down on Christmas Day. He was still able to finish his studies and succeed at WCCC. His many accomplishments led to him being chosen WCCC’s 2020 Student of the Year.

What you may not know At WCCC students can study for a variety of licensure exams and certifications. A number of students have completed a certified nursing assistant course in preparation for the state exam. Once earned, the certification will enable them to work in hospitals and other health care facilities in Washington County. WCCC also offers programs directly related to Washington County and Maine workforce needs, including production technician and electromechanical instrumentation programs. A number of students receive hands-on learning through a partnership with community organizations and businesses including St. Croix Tissue, Downeast Credit Union, Downeast Recovery Centers, Calais Regional Hospital, and Down East Community Hospital in Machias. Working with local industry, WCCC is offering a certificate in commercial fisheries and marine technology that supports individuals working in or interested in the fisheries industry, including the fast-growing aquaculture industry.

He plans to enter the workforce and find employment in a heavy equipment garage close to home. Maine Community College System


112 College Drive, Wells, ME 04090 207.646.9282 I 800.580.3820

YORK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE York County Community College is a terrific place to begin your education, upgrade your skills, or get started on the career of your dreams. YCCC offers its students small classes with student-focused faculty and staff. Each of its career programs has been developed with direct input from local business and industry. Students graduate with the skills most prized by the region’s employers.

YCCC is filled to the brim with supportive, successminded staff and faculty who recognized the person I did not know I was meant to grow into.” — YCCC student

The numbers LOCATION Wells

1,632 students 30+ programs of study STUDENT ACTIVITIES student government and clubs, volunteer opportunities, and Phi Theta Kappa For a list of programs offered at each college, see pages 22 and 23 or go to To learn more about college costs, financial aid, and how to apply, see page 5 or go to


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YCCC spotlight Billy Susanto Computer Science “I became who I am today because I decided to leave my comfort zone and take a chance, thanks to all of the people who I have met so far at YCCC. No matter how big or small it might be, every single person has made an impact in my life.” Billy initially put off continuing his education right after high school because of the cost. Several years, and much research later, he chose YCCC because it was close by and would allow him to affordably complete his general education courses and transfer to a university to study computer science. Initially he was concerned about his academic abilities having been out of school for five years. With the help and support from the college’s Student Success Common, he quickly overcame any fears he had of succeeding in college. He overcame his shyness and got involved in campus activities and campus life.

What’s new YCCC has fully embraced the Multiple Measures model of placement because we recognize that using only standardize tests can create unnecessary barriers and hurdles on the path to academic success. We now look at a student’s full body of work to help guide and develop a student’s academic plan and placement into college coursework.

What you may not know YCCC offers the only certificate and associate degree in gerontology in the state. YCCC offers seven different semester start times to better accommodate work and family commitments, speed time to completion of a degree or certificate, and respond to employer needs.

He excelled academically, was President of Phi Theta Kappa, a math tutor, a student ambassador, a member of the YCCC soccer club, served on the YCCC Presidential Search Committee, and was chosen as YCCC’s 2020 Student of the Year. He plans to continue his education at USM to study computer science with the goal of becoming a video gaming software engineer.

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Animal Care and Management A Biotechnology A Biological/Life Science A A • Health Occupations * • Pre-Pharmacy * General Studies A A Liberal Studies A A A A A A A • Art * • English * • General Studies * • History * • Mathematics * • Political Science * • Psychology * • Science * • Social Work * Marine Science A Veterinary Technology A



Automotive Collision Repair A/C Automotive Technology A A A/C Automotive Technology — Basic Systems C Automotive Technology — Chassis Systems


Automotive Technology — Ford ASSET A Automotive Technology — Powertrain Systems



Diesel Hydraulics Technology A/C Diesel, Truck, & Heavy Equipment A • Heavy Truck & Equipment Systems C Engine Specialist Heavy Equipment Maintenance Heavy Equipment Operation C Major Collision Repair & Refinishing C Mechanical Technology • Passenger Vehicle Service Powersports Equipment/ Small Engine Technician




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Computer Technology A/C+ A A/C/C+ Computer Technology — Coding Computer Technology — Help Desk A Computer Technology — Networking A Cyber Security A A Digital Graphic Design A/C Digital Media Technology A • Animation A • Graphic Design A Geographic Information Systems A Graphic Communications A Help Desk & User Support C Information Technology A A Network Administration C/C+ Network Administration and Cybersecurity A/C Network Security C+ Networked System Technology C Web Development C

Building Construction Technology Building Construction Technology — Job Site Track







Fine Woodworking & Cabinet Making A/C Sustainable Construction Sustainable Construction — Framing & Craftsmanship



Sustainable Construction — Carpentry & Building Science





Accounting A A A Business Administration/Management A/C A A A A • Career Option A • Entrepreneurship C C • Finance • International Commerce A • Marketing/Management A • Small Business Development/ Management C

CM Central Maine Community College EM Eastern Maine Community College KV Kennebec Valley Community College NM Northern Maine Community College


Applied Electronics & Computer Technology A/C Applied Engineering Technology A Communications & New Media A Computer Science A A Computer Systems Technology — Computer Repair Technology C



• Sports Management Business Administration Transfer A Esports Management A Facilities Maintenance & Management A Office Assistant C Restaurant Management A





AMC Food & Lodging C Baking & Pastry Culinary Arts A/C A A A • Cooking Skills C Food Service Specialist C Hospitality/Tourism Management A/C A Outdoor/Adventure Recreation & Tourism A/C Restaurant & Food Service Management A Restaurant Management A




SM Southern Maine Community College WC Washington County Community College YC York County Community College

A = Associate Degree D = Diploma

C = Certificate C+ = Advanced Certificate

Admissions officers at each of the colleges are available to answer questions and help you figure out your next steps. Contact information is available at or email

You can learn more about MCCS programs of study at CM EM KV NM SM WC YC


Career Educators C+ Early Childhood Education A A/C A A/C A/C A/C Education A A/C+ A • Elementary Education — K-8 A • Experiential Education C+ • Secondary Education — 7-12 A




Air Conditioning & Refrigeration C Energy Services & Technology A/C Heating C C C Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration A/C A A • Refrigeration C Plumbing C C C C C Plumbing & Heating A/C A A



Applied Electronics & Computer Technology



Additive Manufacturing C CNC Machine Operator C A/C/C+ A/C A A/C Precision Machining Technology • Computer Numerical Control C • Operators Certificate C Production Technology A/C Welding Technology A/C C C C

Applied Engineering Technology A Electrical & Automation Technology A Electrical Construction & Maintenance A/C Electrical Engineering Technology A Electrical Lineworker Technology C Electrical/Electricians Technology C A/C C Electromechanical Technology A/C Electromechanical Instrumentation Technology A Residential & Commercial Electricity D Wind Power Technology C




Applied Engineering Technology Architectural & Civil Engineering Technology A



Advanced Emergency Care C Advanced Emergency Medical Technician C Behavioral Health Studies A Cardiovascular Technology A Community Mental Health C A/C+ Community Paramedicine C+ Emergency Medical Services/Paramedicine A/C A/C A/C A Gerontology A/C Health Information Management A Health Sciences C A Health Studies A Human Services A A/C A/C A Licensed Practical Nursing C Medical Assisting A A/C A/C A A/C A A Medical Coding/ Electronic Health Records A/C A/C+ C C Medical Office Specialist C Medical Office Technology A C • Health Care Secretary C Mental Health A/C Nursing A A A A A A1 Nutrition and Dietetics A Occupational Therapy Assistant A Phlebotomy C C Physical Fitness Specialist A Physical Therapist Assistant A Psychology A Radiologic Technology/ Medical Radiography A/C+ A A Respiratory Therapy Technology Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Technician C Surgical Technology






Horticulture A Marine Science A Water Treatment Technology A A2 • Wastewater C C2 • Drinking Water C C2


Architectural Drafting & Design Architectural & Engineering Design A • Marine Design C Mechanical Drafting & Design Pre-Engineering A





Criminal Justice A A A A A • Computer Forensics A • Forensics Investigation C Criminal Justice — Conservation Law Enforcement A Criminal Justice — Corrections C Fire Science Technology A/C A/C Forensic Science A Justice Studies A Police Operations C+



Career Studies A A A A A A A Trade & Technical Occupations (for Registered Apprenticeship) A A A A A A


SMCC program offered at YCCC. New cohort added on even years.


NMCC program offered at SMCC.

* Concentrations allow students to study in greater depth a particular topic or area of interest but are not included on a student’s diploma or transcript. Please check with the college offering a particular specialty for more information.

Programs are subject to change without notice. Students interested in a particular program of study are strongly encouraged to contact the admissions office at the relevant community college for more detail about the program and its degree options. Maine’s community colleges are accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) through the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. I Maine Community College System


Maine’s Community Colleges MAINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 207.629.4000 CENTRAL MAINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1250 TURNER STREET, AUBURN, ME 04210 207.755.5273, 800.891.2002 EASTERN MAINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 354 HOGAN ROAD, BANGOR, ME 04401 207.974.4600, 800.286.9357 KENNEBEC VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 92 WESTERN AVENUE, FAIRFIELD, ME 04937 207.453.5000, 800.528.5882 HAROLD ALFOND CAMPUS HINCKLEY, ME 04944 (contact main campus)



The Maine Community College System is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer. For more information, contact the MCCS Office of Human Resources at 207.629.4000. The complete Notice of Non-Discrimination is available at Published by the Maine Community College System, fall 2020. Designed by Buch Design, Freeport, ME.

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In Maine's we're doers. We build. We fix. We create. This is our culture. And this is Maine's community colleges at work. Learn what you can...

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