Graduate work has been available at the University of Maine since the first master's degree was conferred here in 1881. Since that time, graduate offerings have expanded significantly to include our current selection of over 70 master's and 30 doctoral areas of study.
Beginning in 1923, graduate work has been a separate division of the University. This differentiation allows the Graduate School to meet the unique needs of the 2300-plus graduate students currently enrolled at the Orono campus on both academic and personal matters. We encourage you to contact our office (located on the lower level of Stodder Hall) at anytime, for information or materials related to graduate studies at the University of Maine.
What's New at the Graduate School
Posted on: Wednesday, September 29
For Spring 2011, the Graduate School requests nominations to fill 4 Presidential Teaching Fellowships for UMaine doctoral students who have passed their comprehensive exams and 1 Presidential Teaching Fellowships for a UMaine post-doctoral fellow.
Each pre-doctoral Presidential...
Posted on: Sunday, September 19
In response to the University of Maine System's New Challenges/New Directions clarion call for significantly increasing the number of students enrolled in online degree programs, Project Seven 24/7 was proposed as The University of Maine's commitment to this...
Posted on: Monday, September 13
Posted September 14, 2010
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a four-year grant of $1,678,000 to the University of Maine's Canadian-American Center. The grant will support a National Resource Center on Canada and provide foreign language and area studies fellowships...
Posted on: Sunday, August 29
In order to better serve the continuing needs of educators within the state of Maine as well as from other states, the University of Maine has developed a completely on-line, asynchronous master's degree program focusing on...