Admission to the University of Maine at Farmington just got easier — and less expensive. To help remove barriers to earning a four-year degree, we’ve eliminated our $40 application fee. Seriously. Apply to UMF FREE.
The University of Maine at Farmington CEEB Code is 3506
You’ve done all the hard work you needed to prepare yourself for the next step in your education. So, don’t worry about this additional expense. Just concentrate on finding the best college for you.
Each year the University of Maine at Farmington receives applications from prospective First-Year Students (freshmen) from every county in Maine and from across New England, New York, New Jersey; from coast-to-coast and around the world.
If you have already started working on a Common Application, just click here to add the University of Maine at Farmington to your college list.
“Applying to college was the most stressful part of my senior year of high school. Which school will I call home? What if there isn’t a school that wants me? What if all the slots are taken? Talk about pressure.
That’s why I chose Early Action at UMF and applied by Nov. 15. Since it’s a non-binding decision, I could still apply to other schools. When my UMF acceptance letter arrived on Dec. 12, I was psyched. And my stress was gone. I felt a lot better knowing they’d chosen me. I had a spot. I had a home.
Now I could relax and focus on finishing high school strong and having fun.”
— Kathryn Johnson, Manchester, NH
UMF Early Childhood Special Ed, Class of 2016
You’ve experienced another school and now you’re considering becoming a part of the special place we have here. We thank you for your interest in us and look forward to working with you on transferring to UMF.
In the past few years, the University of Maine at Farmington has accepted and enrolled first-year and transfer students from Canada, Mexico, Japan, Morocco, Myanmar (Burma), Russia, and New Zealand, to name just a few.