11/08/2018 | News release | Distributed by Public on 11/08/2018 17:39
Posted November 08, 2018
Beginning Jan. 22, the University of Maine Hutchinson Center will offer spring courses suitable for qualified high school students as part of UMaine's early college programming. Students and parents are encouraged to contact Early College Programs Coordinator, Allison Small, 581.8004; [email protected] to learn more about the application process.
Courses at the Hutchinson Center are small, personal, taught by UMaine faculty and meet general education requirements of the University of Maine System, as well as the majority of colleges nationwide. Live courses offered for spring 2019 are:
BIO 122/123 General Biology/Lab
CHY 121/122 General Chemistry I/Lab
CMJ 103 Public Speaking
ENG 101 College Composition
ENG 317 Business & Technical Writing
HTY 103 Creating America to 1877
MAT 101 The Nature and Language of Mathematics
PSY 100 General Psychology
PSY 230 Social Psychology
THE 117 Fundamentals of Acting
Over 70 courses are available in a variety of formats to qualified students.
Through a partnership between the Maine Department of Education and the University of Maine System, tuition will be waived for all qualified high school students to cover full tuition for up to 12 college credits per year. Priority is given to junior and senior students.
High school students who participate in early college courses are more likely to graduate from high school, attend and persist in college and achieve tuition savings that can lower student loan debt.
For more information contact Allison Small, Early College Programs Coordinator, 581.8004; [email protected]
About the University of Maine:
The University of Maine, founded in Orono in 1865, is the state's land grant and sea grant university. As Maine's flagship public university, UMaine has a statewide mission of teaching, research and economic development, and community service. UMaine is among the most comprehensive higher education institutions in the Northeast and attracts students from Maine and 49 other states, and 67 countries. It currently enrolls 11,240 total undergraduate and graduate students who can directly participate in groundbreaking research working with world-class scholars. The University of Maine offers 35 doctoral programs and master's degrees in 85 fields; more than 90 undergraduate majors and academic programs; and one of the oldest and most prestigious honors programs in the U.S. The university promotes environmental stewardship, with substantial efforts campuswide aimed at conserving energy, recycling and adhering to green building standards in new construction. For more information about UMaine, visit umaine.edu.