Whether you’re looking to apply to the University of Maine at Farmington as a new First-Year Student (freshman), a Transfer Student from another institution, or as an International Student from another country, we thank you for your interest in us and encourage you to apply.
Admission to the University of Maine at Farmington is pretty competitive. Plus, some of our majors are in such high demand that openings in those academic areas often fill quickly (Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Creative Writing, for example).
For these reasons and more, we encourage you to apply to UMF as early as possible.
Yes, there’s still time to apply for fall 2014 classes, and scholarships are still available — but hurry. Note: To apply for Fall 2014, you must now use the UMaine System Application.
The University of Maine at Farmington CEEB Code is 3506
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.
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.
Applications We Accept:
- The University of Maine System Application for Undergraduate Admissions
- The Common Application