Engineer Your Future at the College of Engineering at the University of Maine!
Engineers are changing the world all of the time! Engineers create innovative and practical solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges and they work with other smart, inspiring people to invent, design and build things that matter and make a difference.
At UMaine Engineering, we have a proud engineering history dating back to 1865 when some of the first graduates of the University of Maine were engineering students… just like you. Today, UMaine Engineering enjoys over 149 years of engineering excellence and is Maine’s only educational institution to offer 11 engineering and engineering technology degree programs. Our reputation is known around the world, our facilities are world-class, and combined with the great value and the outstanding location – UMaine is the right choice.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions processes applications for the following types of domestic students:
Apply to UMaine
Here you’ll find two easy ways to apply. Whether it’s the Common App or the University of Maine System online application site, UMaine makes applying easy for you.
Dates and Deadlines
UMaine does rolling admissions, so technically, there isn’t one, but we do suggest filing your application by Feb. 1 so you’ll be in the best position to receive an admission decision in time for full consideration for financial aid and housing.
Early Action: December 15th
Regular Admissions: February 1st (Recommended)
Transfer: May 1st (Recommended)
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about UMaine? We’re here to provide answers. Whether it’s about academic or campus life, visit our FAQ section to learn more about studying and living at UMaine.
The College of Engineering at the University of Maine is the sole institution in Maine to offer 11 engineering and engineering technology majors and full M.S. and Ph.D. program. Discover the UMaine Advantage! Visit us and explore the campus and our world-class laboratories. Schedule a tour! Check out our scholarship opportunities, honors program, 5-Year MBA program, student groups and competitive teams!
Learn about engineering and engineering technology fields. Find out how cooperative education (work for credit) can help you experience first-hand different engineering careers and build your resume too!
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