To transfer, you want to know what previously taken coursework will transfer to Farmington. We get it. To speed things up we’ll review your college transcript and get you an answer within 48 hours.
Just send us your scanned transcript and we’ll let you know — within 48 hours (weekends excluded) — what will transfer, for how many credits, and for what equivalent courses.
And no application is required to have us evaluate your transcript. Just send it to us first. Fast and easy!
University of Maine at Farmington
224 Main Street
Farmington, Maine 04938
The University of Maine at Farmington CEEB Code is 3506
The University of Maine System (of which UMF is a member) also has developed an online tool to help you see which of your courses will likely transfer to the University of Maine at Farmington. Click here to go to the UMaine System Transfer site.
NEW for students at other UMaine System schools: The UMaine System General Education Transfer Block. Now making it even clearer and simpler to transfer to UMF.
Each University of Maine System campus has a distinctive mission and achieves its educational goals in somewhat different ways. But to help students transfer their General Education (Gen Ed) credits among the campuses, we’ve created a new General Education Transfer Block.
Now, every student who completes the General Education Block at a UMaine System campus can transfer that school’s Gen Ed Block to UMF for General Education credit — no matter what UMaine System campus they attend. How’s that for simple?
The UMaine System General Education Transfer Block is a minimum of 35 credits of coursework defined by each institution, with grades of C- or higher in all courses.
Note: The General Education Transfer Block does not satisfy all Gen Ed requirements, but it satisfies most of them at all UMaine System institutions. When students transfer using the Block, they may still have to meet some institution-specific requirements at their new institution.
The University of Maine at Farmington’s institution-specific requirements:
- UMaine-Augusta, UMaine-Fort Kent or University of Southern Maine students transferring to Farmington with the Gen Ed Transfer Block must take one additional 4-credit natural science course with a lab.
- UMaine or UMaine-Presque Isle students transferring to Farmington with the Gen Ed Transfer Block must take one additional 4-credit General Education course — a course that would satisfy the open Gen Ed requirement.
- UMaine-Machias students transferring to Farmington with the Gen Ed Transfer Block do not need to take any additional courses to satisfy General Education requirements.
Please be aware that some UMF academic programs require courses that also satisfy General Education requirements. Transfer students may have satisfied all Gen Ed requirements as described above and still need additional coursework to satisfy these major-specific requirements.
Let Us Help You
Transferring is a highly individualized process, and sometimes confusing. So, please, let us give you the personal attention you deserve. Just contact us any step along the way. We look forward to meeting you.
Contact Your Personal Transfer Guides
|Michael Angelides ’12
Admission 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 landscape 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 works here year-round, knows the ins and outs of the transfer process and is eager to help you every step of the trail.
Financial Aid Transfer Guide
Admission and Financial Aid Counselor
B.S., University of Maine
|Joe is our Transfer financial aid expert. He can 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 and seamlessly as possible.
A lifelong Mainer (a Lawrence H.S. and UMaine grad) Joe works year-round at UMF — in the Financial Aid Office April-August and in the Admissions Office September-April. His unique dual-role gives you a transfer specialist with an insider’s perspective in two key campus offices: Financial Aid and Admission.
Office of Admissions
University of Maine at Farmington
246 Main Street
Farmington, Maine USA 04938-1994