American and New England Studies

Student Handbook

We have included in the Student Handbook for American and New England Studies material that we hope will help you navigate through the program—information about requirements, advising, and research, and guidelines for exit papers, theses, projects, and internships.

I also want to direct you to the USM Graduate Academic Policies. Please be sure to familiarize yourself with these policies, especially Degree Progress, which establishes the minimum GPA as 3.0.

Undoubtedly, there will be questions that the handbook will not answer for you. Always feel free to contact me or your advisor with any questions or concerns.

Ardis Cameron, Director
American & New England Studies

Take A Class With Us This Summer!

We have some unique offerings this summer!  We've also released a tentative fall 2014 and spring 2015 course schedule to assist for your information.

Registration begins March 3rd for matriculated students and March 5th for non-matriculated students.

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