A group of five people holding up shovelfuls of dirt. From left to right, Ainsley Wallace, President Jacqueline Edmondson, Tony Shalhoub '77, Dan Crewe ’22H, and Reid Crewe.

Breaking new ground for visual and performing arts

We’ve officially started construction on our Crewe Center for the Arts, which will open in 2025 with state-of-the-art teaching, learning, and performance spaces. The building will also include a 200-seat performance hall, gallery space, and a studio for visual arts.

A student flips through a old book of maps which is open on a wooden table next to antique globes.
Navigate through history
The Osher and Smith collections boast thousands of sheet maps, atlases, globes, surveying instruments, and books from the 15th to the 20th centuries.
Assistant professor Asheesh Lanba holding a prosthetic arm prototypes he helped develop in our MIST lab.
Bring big dreams to life
Our cutting-edge resources for innovation and prototyping help students, faculty, staff, and community members to realize extraordinary ideas.
A rendering of the new quad and student center on our Portland campus.
The construction of a career and student success center, spacious quad, and Passive House residence hall will substantially change the USM experience.
undergraduate majors
graduate degree programs
full-time faculty