The LIVE Q&A webinar will be held via Zoom at 3pm on Thursday, June 25. It will feature a variety of UMF people — Farmington students, Admissions staff, Financial Aid staff and more, giving you an opportunity to ask questions via Zoom chat in real-time.

Watch the videos, jot down your questions and connect with us at 3pm Thursday, June 25 for a Zoom Webinar with a live Q&A Session where a variety of people from the UMF Community will answer your questions in real-time. This should be fun!

If you haven’t yet registered for the Zoom webinar and Q&A, please do so now and we’ll send you a link to access the Zoom.

If you’re unable to make it to the Zoom Q&A Session, feel free to email us your questions or use the Admissions Live Chat feature.

Register for June 25 Live Zoom Webinar

Welcome & Introductions

Director of Admissions Lisa Ellrich welcomes you to our Spring Open House Webinar and introduces you to some of our UMF Admissions Counselors — the people you’ll meet and work with as you explore, visit and apply to Farmington.


Student-to-Student

So, what’s it like to transition from high school to college? What’s it like to live on campus? To get involved in clubs and organizations? Hear from some of our students, first-hand, what it was like for them.


Admissions

Learn about our application process, what we’re looking for in a student, how to apply and more.


Financial Aid

Learn about the Financial Aid process, the FAFSA, scholarships and other types of financial assistance we offer at Farmington.


Athletics

Considering playing a varsity sport in college? Learn from our coaches and student-athletes what we offer, what the time commitment is, how it builds character and community and why being a varsity athlete at Farmington is a great choice.


Student Life

UMF students describe, in their own words, their Student Life experience at Farmington — student clubs and organizations, residence halls, campus hangout sports, volunteer and leadership opportunities and more.


Varsity Athletics

UMF student-athletes describe, in their own words, their experiences competing in NCAA Division III varsity athletics at Farmington.


About Our Faculty

UMF students describe, in their own words, what Farmington professors are like and why they’ve become trusted mentors.


Teacher Education

UMF students describe, in their own words, why Farmington has long been considered the premier Teacher Education program in New England.


Active Outdoor Recreation

Near Sugarloaf, Sunday River, Saddleback Mountain; plus Farmington’s own Titcomb Mountain just down the road. UMF students describe, in their own words,  the tremendous active outdoor recreation opportunities in the Farmington area.


About the Town of Farmington

UMF students describe, in their own words, what it’s like to spend their college years in Farmington and the western Maine region.


Connect with us LIVE Wed, May 27 @ 3pm and / or Thurs, June 25 @ 3pm

Watch the videos, jot down your questions and connect with us at 3pm Wednesday, May 27 and / or 3pm Thursday, June 25 for a Zoom Webinar with a live Q&A Session where a variety of people from the UMF Community will answer your questions in real-time. This should be fun!

If you haven’t yet registered for the Zoom webinar and Q&A, please do so now and we’ll send you a link to access the Zoom.

Register for May 27 Live Zoom Webinar Register for June 25 Live Zoom Webinar

If you’re unable to make it to the Zoom Q&A Session, feel free to email us our questions or use the Admissions Live Chat feature.

Office of Admissions

We are operating remotely and are staffing phones, email and chat 8:00am – 4:30pm (EST). If we’re not in when you call, just leave a message and we’ll get right back to you when we return.

Office of Admissions
University of Maine at Farmington
246 Main Street
Farmington, Maine USA 04938

tel  207-778-7050
fax  207-778-8182
TDD/TTY  207-778-7275
umfadmit@maine.edu