As Maine’s Coastal University, UMM provides experiential learning integrated into the communities and ecosystems of the Bold Coast. Our signature academic areas center around these tight connections, for example:
- Students in Marine Biology experience the multiple marine environments of the ocean and estuaries. They gain hands-on preparation with a broad range of organisms, finfish and shellfish aquaculture hatcheries, and commercial fishing operations.
- Students and faculty in Psychology & Community Studies collaborate with public and non-profit agencies that promote social development for rural, coastal communities.
- Project-based learning in Book Arts leads students in celebrating and advancing the literary and artistic heritage of Maine’s coastal life.
- Students in Environmental Recreation and Tourism Management gain the hands-on expertise to develop and lead ecotourism programs along the coast and in the waterways and wilderness of the Bold Coast region.
Through this strategic plan, all programs will expand and deepen their connections with the coast and its communities. Increasingly, academics and co-curricular programs alike will use the coast as a defining feature for all student experiences.
Students who seek an excellent liberal arts education with professional preparation gained through engagement with coastal environments and communities will find the University of Maine at Machias a perfect fit.
For the full text of UMM’s current Strategic Plan, click here.
The Common Data Set is a set of data elements which have been commonly defined by institutional researchers in order to provide consistent, meaningful data for comparison purposes.
UMM’s Common Data Set responses are based on data taken at the census date each Fall (October 15th).
Each data set is organized into the following categories:
- A. General Information
- B. Enrollment & Persistence
- C. First-Time First Year (Freshman) Admission
- D. Transfer Admission
- E. Academic Offerings & Policies
- F. Student Life
- G. Annual Expenses
- H. Financial Aid
- I. Instructional Faculty & Class Size
- J. Degrees Conferred
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Each year, universities and colleges across the country invite their students to participate in the National Survey of Student Engagement. This survey, conducted by a national educational organization, asks students to assess the nature of their educational experience. In 2014, UMM first-year students and seniors participated in the survey, and the results are below.
For more information on the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), please click here.
For a brief overview of the results please see the NSSE UMM Snapshot Report.
For a detailed report of student responses in five benchmark areas, combining responses to multiple questions, please see the NSSE Engagement Indicators Report
The Benchmark report includes comparisons of UMM results to the results of groups of other universities. You may view a complete list of universities in the comparison groups.
Finally, for the most detailed report on question-by-question responses, providing both means and frequencies of results, with comparisons to groups of universities, please see the NSSE Frequencies and Statistical Comparisons Report.
UMM is committed to using results, such as those provided by the NSSE, to continually improve the quality of our students’ educational experience.