Transferring to a new college is a highly individualized process, and sometimes confusing. We have two special Transfer Guides to help you through the process.
Change is good. You’ve done another school and you have the courage and conviction to know you want something different. That’s gutsy. Bold. Decisive. And we like it.
But change can sometimes be scary or confusing. That’s where these two pros come in. We have two transfer specialists to help guide you through the process. Think of them as your personal Transfer Tour Guides.
We encourage you to contact them directly — going straight to the source. They truly want to help you transfer here.
|Michael Angelides ’12
Admissions Transfer Guide
B.A., University of Maine at Farmington
|Mike is your Maine Guide for all things Transfer. We encourage you to use him as your primary go-to.
Because he transferred to — and graduated from — the University of Maine at Farmington himself, Mike knows the UMF transfer terrain first-hand.
He can tell you what it’s really like to transfer to Farmington, and what it was like to go to school here: academics, extracurriculars, clubs and organizations, living in the 04938 and more. Mike knows the ins and outs of the transfer process and is eager to help you every step of the trail.
Mike also works closely with UMF alumni and has a network of many, many alumni contacts. He has an in-state Admissions territory that includes Franklin, Washington and Knox counties; and an out-of-state Admissions territory in Connecticut.
Assistant Director of Financial Aid
B.S., University of Maine
|Joe is our Assistant Director of Financial Aid. He can help guide you through the financial aid portion of transferring to Farmington. Together, Joe and Mike tag-team to get you through your transfer process as quickly, simply and seamlessly as possible.
A lifelong Mainer (a Lawrence H.S. and UMaine grad) Joe has worked in both our Financial Aid Office and in our Admissions Office, giving him a unique insider’s perspective of those key campus departments. Joe really knows his stuff in both areas.
Office of Admissions
University of Maine at Farmington
246 Main Street
Farmington, Maine USA 04938-1994