The University of Maine at Farmington rewards students who have performed well in their high school academic courses.

If you are admitted to UMF as a first-time, first-year student with a recalculated* GPA of 2.75 or higher and are pursuing a rigorous college prep curriculum in high school, may be eligible for one of the academic scholarships listed below.

Click Here to see UMF Merit Scholarships for Maine Residents

Click Here to see UMF Merit Scholarships for Non-Maine Residents

*Your GPA is determined by a recalculation during the review. Typically, students with a B average in academic courses are awarded the Academic Achievement Scholarship. Students with averages above B in academic courses can be considered for the other scholarships.

Financial at at UMF — Start to Finish

Whether you’re a First-Year student, a Transfer student or an Adult Learner, filing for financial assistance is critically important. In this informative video, Assistant Director of Financial Aid Joe Toner describes how financial aid works, explains some financial aid terminology, reviews the different types of aid you can apply for, explains how and when to apply for aid, and more.

Contact Us

If you have questions any time during the financial aid process, please contact us. We look forward to helping you.

Financial Aid Office / Merrill Center Student Services
University of Maine at Farmington
224 Main Street
Merrill Hall
Farmington, Maine 04938
tel  207-778-7100
fax  207-778-7555
TYY (via Maine Relay Service) dial 711