Meet the Admissions Team

The Office of Admissions at the University of Maine at Machias is home to a small, dedicated team of enrollment and recruitment experts who are here to help you navigate the college application and registration process. Stop in the O’Brien House to meet them, or email with your questions.

Peggy Slicer, Assistant Director – Communications Specialist

Contact: | 207.255.1339

Hometown: Truro, Massachusetts

Peg is our Communications Specialist in Admissions. If you’ve emailed or called, chances are good you’ve spoken with her.
Peg is a long-time resident of Down East Maine with two very large, drooly dogs (pictured at left) and one spoiled cat. She loves hiking, beaches, and the sense of family that she encounters everywhere she goes in this community.
What class would you like to take at UMM? I’ve taken a lot of classes here, but the one I haven’t gotten to yet is Book Arts. I love the idea of making a book from beginning to end, and working on the printing press.

Dorsey Ellis, Assistant Director of Admissions

Contact: | 207.255.1365

B.S Marine Biology; University of Maine at Machias

Hometown: Lunenburg, Massachusetts

Dorsey worked on campus as a student worker in the admissions office for 4 ½ years before being hired as an Admissions Counselor for UMM. She is now a Senior Admissions Counselor in our office. Stop by and say “Hi!”.

What class would you take at UMM? I took many classes at UMM while I was a student, but if I could go back, I would take Sailing and Basic Seamanship or the Animal Behavior & Selection of Service Dogs Lab.

What is your favorite thing to do in the area? I like hanging out at Roque Bluffs Beach and hiking the Sunrise Trail. This area is so beautiful and I like to take advantage of all the easily accessible trails.

Morgan Rolfe, Admissions Counselor

Contact: | 207.255.1347
Education: B.A. Biology, University of Maine at Machias
Hometown: Machiasport, Maine
What class would you take at UMM? I have always been interested in Psychology, so I’d like to take some of those classes.
What is your favorite thing to do in the area? I enjoy playing tabletop games at Mahoney’s Gaming Emporium on Main Street. I mainly play Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons
Kayaks resting in the grass, trees with autumn leaves in the background
Trees lining the campus grounds