An aerial view of our Portland campus, Back Cove, the Eastern Prom, Bayside, and some of the Old Port.

Portland campus

Located at the heart of Maine’s largest city, famous for its culture and food. You’ll find state-of-the-art labs and plenty of quiet places to study — with new facilities opening soon!

An aerial view of our Gorham campus featuring Corthell Hall, several residence halls, Brooks Student Center, Costello Sports Complex, the Ice Arena, and the John Mitchell Center.

Gorham campus

Home to athletics facilities, visual and performing arts, and plenty of fun. Just 11 miles from Portland, our energetic residential campus is the center of undergraduate student life.

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

Lewiston campus

A small college atmosphere with all the excitement of an engaged university. Your studies will be enriched with a variety of service-learning opportunities in our community.

Information and resources

The cover page of our undergraduate viewbook.

Undergraduate viewbook

Get an in-depth look at our majors and minors, residential communities, NCAA Division III athletics teams, student and alumni stories, three campuses, financial aid, career services, and much more!

The cover page of our graduate study viewbook.

Graduate study viewbook

Get a full list of our degree and certificate programs, as well as overviews of some of our high-demand programs. Find information on tuition, assistantships, application requirements, and more!


Campus resources

Career & Employment Hub

231 Luther Bonney Hall, Portland Campus 

Conference Services

Abromson Center, Suite 111, Portland Campus

Office of Residential Life

Upton Hastings Hall, room 125, Gorham campus

Parking Services

USM Parking Garage lobby (level 1 of garage), 88 Bedford Street, Portland Campus

Professional Development Programs

Abromson Community Education Center
88 Bedford Street
Suite 111, 1st Floor
Portland, ME 04104


Assistant professor Asheesh Lanba and electrical engineering major Adam Robert high-five using prosthetic arm prototypes they developed in our MIST lab.

Monthly newsletter: Spotlight

Every month, we share stories about our undergraduate and graduate students who are extending their learning experience well beyond the classroom walls, and faculty and alumni who make themselves available as supportive community connections.



University leadership

Staff Senate

Portland, Gorham, Lewiston, and Online