Winter Term and Spring Semester 2023 Classes Offered to the Public

The University of Maine at Farmington offers a number of courses to the public: adult learners, community college students, students at other colleges and universities and others. Courses are offered in a variety of options: Online-only, In-Person-only and a combination of Online + In-Person.

Winter Term classes — Dec 27 to Jan 13, 2023

Spring Semster — Jan 17 to May 4, 2023

List of Available Classes

Early College at UMF

High School Students: Create a path to college as unique as you!

Early College at UMF allows you to explore what college is all about. Dig into areas of passion or future career paths, work with UMF faculty, and participate in projects, debates, and discussions with University students.

Winter Term classes — Dec 27 to Jan 13, 2023

Spring Semster — Jan 17 to May 4, 2023

List of Available Early College Classes

Keeping Credits with Purpose at the forefront, we work with you to select the courses that best fit your interests and needs, often leading you to need fewer classes in college — saving you money and time.

Participating in an Early College program may also result in you having to take fewer high school classes because some of your college courses replace your high school classes.

Early College programs are at all of Maine’s public universities, each one offering something a bit different. UMF prides itself in offering students opportunities to be in classes that are often small, hands-on (even when online!) and student-centered.

See our Early College page for details

Degree Completion Programs

In response to Maine’s critical workforce need for fully-prepared rehabilitation professionals, Farmington will begin offering a totally online Degree Completion program in Rehabilitation Services to help adult learners and community college students earn a UMF Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Services.

The new Degree Completion program is designed for those who have already earned their General Education credits or who hold an Associate’s Degree. It’s particularly valuable for those who may have had to postpone their degree completion due to employment, military mobility, family obligations, disability, geographic constraints or other reasons.

See our Online-Only Degree Completion program in Rehabilitation Services

There’s even a special University of Maine System Adult Degree Completion Scholarship for adult learners seeking to complete their college degree.

Professional Development Opportunities

UMF also offers Professional Development opportunities throughout the year to support practicing educators in their career growth. Recent conferences and workshops have included The National Math Coaching Conference, The Assistive Technology Summit, and Decoding & The Struggling Reader Workshops.

Professional Development Opportunities coming soon

Contact Us

Office of Continuing Education
Theo Kalikow Education Center
186 High Street
Farmington, Maine 04938
tel  207-778-7066
fax 207-778-8134
TYY (via Maine Relay Service) dial 711

Mailing address:
Division of Graduate & Continuing Education
University of Maine at Farmington
111 South Street
Farmington, Maine 04938