Congratulations to all our Distance Students who achieved Dean's List status for Fall 2012!   39% of all students in our distance programs achieved this distinction.

All matriculated and special students who have earned a semester average of 3.25 or better on a 4.00 scale are eligible for the Dean’s List if they have completed a minimum of 6 credit hours graded on an A-F basis (excluding developmental courses), have earned no grade lower than a C, and have received no missing or incomplete grades. The Dean’s List is based on students’ grades 35 days after the last day of finals.

Please note that some students have requested that their information not be released. Their names are not included here.

Students are listed by geographical area, not grade point average.

Nichole M. White-Matson, Turner, ME
Sandra Lee Campbell, Freeport, ME
Katelynn Sarah Hartt, Gray, ME
Amanda Ann Gallant, Scarborough, ME
Brianne E. Jackson-Eldridge, East Orland, ME
Amanda Mishaela Albright, Otis, ME
Corey B. Whitegiver, Otis, ME
Jamie Lynn Spencer, Trenton, ME
Amy Elizabeth Trundy, Trenton, ME
Maureen Ann  Barrett, Waltham, ME
Mistie Marie Bickford, Waterville, ME
Kim Freeman Meuse, Newcastle, ME
Amanda Lyn Klausing, Bangor, ME
Brett Cecil Leavitt, Newburgh, ME
Katharin Janete Cheney, Orrington, ME
Andrew Michael Newell, Winterport, ME
Nicholas Perreault, Addison, ME
Jessica Schaeffer, Addison, ME
Erica Lin Thompson, Addison, ME
Lori Glenette Croman, Baileyville, ME
Colby Merrill Hallowell, Calais, ME
Troy David Lee, Calais, ME
Jill Marie Nichols, Calais, ME
Andrew Richard Roussel, Calais, ME
Lisa Maire Tirrell, Calais, ME
Dawn L. Fickett, Cherryfield, ME
Alison Ashley Archer, Dennysville, ME
Loretta Jean Robinson, East Machias, ME
Vondell L. Beal, Jonesport, ME
Bonnie Sue Lyons, Lubec, ME
Stephan Marengo, Milbridge, ME
Cathy Jo Sawtelle, Pembroke, ME
Jessica Marie Day, Perry, ME
Jessica Fisk McPhail, Perry, ME
Jacke Rose Hicks, Pleasant Point, ME
Carrie Eleanor Cilley, Princeton, ME
Amber Dawn Barrett, Whitneyville, ME
Chelsea C. Hampton, East Falmouth, MA
April A. Marino, Washington, DC
Alyx Jayden Tinker, Winthrop, MA
Violet Angela Morton, Wilsons Beach, NB, Canada

Learning that Fits Your Needs: Summer course list is here!

Online Courses at the University of Maine at Machias

Whether you want to be in a degree program, jump-start your career with single courses or a certificate, or explore a topic that interests you, the University of Maine at Machias has what you need. 

Our NEASC-accredited courses and programs will develop your skills and knowledge; our approachable and expert instructors make your learning their priority.

Programs available include:

"Mainers in Exile" tuition special for former UMM in-state students who are currently living out-of-state: if you wish to re-admit and complete your UMM degree online, you may now do so at the in-state rate!

 

Available CoursesRequest InformationRegister for Classes

Why UMM?

UMM Student smiling at a computerUMM’s distance education courses are a great place to obtain professional development, further your bachelor’s degree or explore a new subject. Our courses give you the personal attention of a small private school at an affordable public school price.

What are UMM’s courses like?

UMM offers courses in online and video formats, generally using Blackboard course management system. UMM's Distance Education links learners to all of our distance options… online courses, degree programs, video-conference courses, ITV, face-to-face programs at satellite locations, and those offering a mix of media.

Click here to see our list of Fall 2012 courses.

Will I get individual attention?

All courses are supported by UMM faculty members. Our faculty is small, approachable and attentive, working to build a community within your course. Most of the distance faculty members are faculty members within the department granting the course credit and are available to answer questions and give feedback via telephone, fax, e-mail, or regular mail. For contact information for an instructor, students can call UMM Distance Education or check the Web site listed below.

Professor Murphy teaches Business and AccountingAre UMM’s courses high-quality?

All credits earned through distance education are recorded on a UMM transcript. Distance education courses are the same as on-campus courses and are accredited by NEASC just like on-campus classes. A student currently enrolled in a degree program elsewhere is responsible for checking with the appropriate official at the degree-granting institution to make certain the course will transfer. UMM’s courses have a good reputation and a number of our professors see students return for course after course, which is always a good sign!

Is it hard to schedule the coursework?

Online courses remove the traditional boundaries of time and location for the distance learner. Through the use of study guides, textbooks, videotapes, and the Web, students can participateUMM Student in the GIS computer lab in an individualized mode of instruction offering a high degree of flexibility. Most online and mixed media courses are taught according to the regular University semester schedule, though, so the course will start and end on a certain date. Whether you are working on your degree or taking courses to stay current in your field, distance degrees offer the flexibility to pursue educational objectives as work schedules permit. And, our faculty understand that many of you have jobs and families, so although there are due dates, we are flexible and understanding.

Areas of Study

As an institution, UMM has been involved in distance education for decades. Courses are available in several disciplines, including business, communication, education, meteorology, philosophy, psychology, sociology, special education, statistics, writing and women’s studies. Distance degree students are located throughout the United States and Canada and at U.S. military APO and FPO addresses.

What do I have to do to sign up for a course?

Anyone who has the interest, desire, background, and ability may register for distance learning courses. However, if prerequisites are listed for a course, they must be met. Registration in distance learning courses does not constitute admission to UMM. To register, call the Registrar's Office at 207-255-1330 or email wweaver@maine.edu. They will be happy to get you started.  

How much will it Cost?

Tuition for per credit hour is:

  • $222 In-state
  • $616 Out-of-state
  • $302 NEBHE
  • $318 Canadian

Plus $33 in fees per credit hour and $25 per course distance learning fee.

Is there Financial Aid?

If you are admitted into a degree program, you are eligible for financial aid. With the exception of distance degrees, individual courses are not eligible for federal grants. Students are encouraged to seek scholarship aid from organizations and local civic groups that may sponsor such study. 

There are currently special scholarship funds available for Special Education teachers in the State of Maine who need to become fully certified.  Click here for information, and here for the application.

For Additional Information about UMM distance programs and degrees, contact:

Lynne Witham, Coordinator of Distance Education: lynne.witham@maine.edu or call 255-1428

About technical issues:

E-mail: lschof@maine.edu
http://www.machias.edu/distance-ed.html

UMM Distance Education
Torrey Hall
116 O'Brien Avenue
Machias, ME 04654

 

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