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!
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 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.
Experience courses through a mix of video lectures, reading, and discussion boards that allow you to connect with the course material, faculty members, and fellow students.
Our Portland campus is in a lively, lovable city on Casco Bay. Enjoy everything that Portland has to offer from music, theater, and the arts, to entertainment of all kinds — and amazing, local food.
Grab Starbucks at the Glickman Library, swing by Luther Bonney for a snack or drink between classes, or order a meal from the Hungry Huskies food truck.
We can help you develop a personalized training program, join one of our fitness classes, or drop-in for a quick game. Community members welcome!
Find University-branded sweatshirts, t-shirts, joggers, drinkware, lanyards, and so much more! Order your textbooks online through eCampus.
Nursing simulation center
Our human simulators help us create real-world healthcare scenarios in a safe environment. You will use real equipment, learn best practices, and develop your clinical judgment and reasoning.
Glickman Family Library
What started as a bakery became our library in 1993. Discover seven floors of books, study spaces, special collections, the Learning Commons, the Osher Map Library, and more.
METRO Husky Line bus
Commute easily between our Gorham and Portland campuses daily — with wifi access! Huskies ride for free on all METRO lines so you can get to work, internships, the mall, and other stops.
Osher Map Library
Open to students, faculty, staff, and the public for research and exhibitions.
Explore map library
WMPG 90.9 FM
Our on-campus radio station is staffed by students and community volunteers.
Our rural Gorham campus, just 11 miles from Portland, is home to our residence halls and the center of undergraduate student life. You’ll find the perfect fit with residential communities including social justice, citizenship, the rainbow floor, and more. This energetic, welcoming community buzzes with student activities, labs and classes, athletic events, music and performing arts, entertainment, and plenty of fun.
Use your meal plan at Brooks Dining Hall for access to a variety of dietary options and food stations. Grab a to-go meal at the Husky Hideaway or a quick snack in Bailey Hall. Stop by the Ice Arena to catch a hockey game with classic concessions.
Living & learning on campus
Our beautiful Gorham campus features six residence halls that house ten residential communities. Each themed community offers exclusive activities, events, and learning experiences to help you build connections with your classmates.
Southern Maine Huskies
We sponsor 22 NCAA Division III intercollegiate teams and nearly 500 student-athletes who routinely compete at the regional and national levels. If sports aren’t your thing, you can cheer on your favorite Huskies from the sidelines!
Join one of our fitness classes, sign up for one-on-one or small-group personal training, or participate in intramural sports. As a bonus, we recently purchased new state-of-the-art fitness equipment. Community members welcome!
Music box office
Purchase or reserve tickets for an upcoming Osher School of Music event.
Get music tickets
Theatre box office
Purchase tickets for an upcoming performance featuring our students.
Get theatre tickets
We have dedicated spaces on all three campuses for a variety of exhibitions.
Participate in fun and inclusive tournaments, leagues, and pick-up games.
Our Lewiston campus is home to our Lewiston-Auburn College (LAC) and offers a small college atmosphere with all the excitement of an engaged metropolitan university. On this supportive, multicultural campus, students integrate their academic programs with service-learning opportunities that enrich their college experience.
Preserving and promoting local history, government, religion, language, education, industry, sports, and the arts of the Franco-American population in Lewiston/Auburn and other areas of Maine.