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Congratulations to the Class of 2024!

Congratulations to the Class of 2024!

Find your program

Choose from nearly 300 undergraduate and graduate options. Mix majors, minors, and certificates to design a personalized program, or find online programs that let you earn a USM degree from anywhere.

Four campuses

Our multicampus experience emphasizes exploration and flexibility.

Many of our students study, live, work, or play on more than one campus.

An aerial view of Portland Harbor. Two boats are moving through the water and tugboats can be seen on the right.


Our urban home for research labs, STEM programs, and more.

Corthell Hall surrounded by bright foliage on a bright autumn day.


Our residential campus and vibrant hub for student life.

A view of the main building on our Lewiston campus with a few students on the sidewalk.


Home to undergraduate and graduate healthcare education.

A student wearing a blue button down shirt sits at a table working on a laptop. A coffee cup, a book, a pen, and a smartphone surround the laptop on the table.


Any-time, any-place access to academic programs.

Happening on campus

Student actors on stage during a performance of "The Prom." One student is dressed as the Statue of Liberty, and another is waving a pride flag.

A production like no other

Our spring musical, The Prom, was a dazzling ode to queer representation in youth. Celebrating the message that being true to yourself is always worth it — no matter your identity. Our student-performers kept things responsible yet funny to foster understanding about the LGBTQ+ community.

Dan Crewe '22H, Peter Plumb, Tom Chappell '12H, and Kate Cheney Chappell '83 & '12H sign the final structural beam for our Crewe Center for the Arts.

One beam closer to our new visual & performing arts facility

We celebrated a major milestone in our development of the new Crewe Center for the Arts with a topping-off ceremony. Guests were invited to sign the final structural beam before it was raised into place with cheers and applause.

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