Summer University offers courses and programs to meet the needs of full-time, part-time, day, evening, weekend, on-campus and distance students during the months of May, June, July, and August. Serving degree and non-degree students, Summer University offers over 600 courses in three-week, five-week, six-week, seven-week, and eight-week calendars to those seeking educational experiences for personal and/or professional growth.
Summer University, established in 1895, is designed to meet the needs of regularly enrolled college students, educators, and those seeking cultural and professional growth in specific fields. Regularly enrolled students of the University of Maine and other collegiate institutions likewise find an opportunity to make up work they have missed during the regular school year or to secure additional credits in anticipation of individual needs. Those not engaged in formal study who desire to attend the session for general purposes may do so when prerequisites are met. Credit earned in Summer University is fully recognized and may be counted toward the degrees that the University of Maine confers or may be transferred to other colleges and universities.
To allow students the greatest degree of flexibility in scheduling, 7 three-week sessions, 2 five-week sessions, 2 six-week sessions and 3 eight-week evening sessions are scheduled between mid May and the end of August.
The Summer University Office is located in 122 Chadbourne Hall, (207) 581-3144. Students who are not matriculated in one of the colleges of the University may receive academic advising in the Summer University Office for planning their educational programs. http://dll.umaine.edu/summer/