Interim Dean: Brian Toy; Director of Finance and Administration: Pam Roy; Administrative Specialist: Danielle Letourneau
Professors: Tara Coste, Ike Levine, Carol Nemeroff, Liz Turesky
Associate Professors: Paul Caron, Rose Cleary, Joyce Gibson, Christy Hammer, Dan Jenkins, Susan Noyes, Mary Anne Peabody, Mark Silber, Blake Whitaker
Assistant Professors: Mary Anderson, Tammy Bickmore, Leeza Goryunova
Lecturers: Sarah Grinder, Bernadette Kroon, Erin McCall, Paula Spyropulos, Sharon Timberlake, Jason White
Lewiston-Auburn College (LAC) has several distinguishing characteristics: interdisciplinary majors in Leadership and Organizational Studies, Natural & Applied Sciences, and Social & Behavioral Sciences; student-centered learning; a community atmosphere; and a deep commitment to meeting regional needs. Faculty and staff are dedicated to engaging students in a transformative process in which self-awareness, content knowledge, relevant skills, and career development are merged in such a way that lifelong success and learning are intentional and expected.
The curriculum is marked by integration not only among the various disciplines within the liberal arts, but also between the liberal arts and the professional concentrations, between professional concentrations and the workplace, and between the College and the community. The faculty is dedicated to learning as a shared experience between students and faculty. The interdisciplinary focus combines communication, teamwork, writing, fieldwork, critical thinking, civic engagement, and leadership and uses service-learning, career seminars, and internships to help students apply, synthesize, and integrate their learning.
Lewiston-Auburn College's interdisciplinary majors include:
- B.A. degree in Natural and Applied Sciences
- B.A. degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences
- B.S. degree in Leadership and Organizational Studies
In addition, the College offers:
- B.A. degrees which lead to K-8 Teacher Certification and Secondary Life Science Teacher Certification
- B.S. degree in Nursing extended from USM's Portland-based School of Nursing and offered in its entirety at the Lewiston campus*
The College also offers master's degrees in:
- Occupational Therapy
- Leadership Studies
Please visit the Office of Admissions for undergraduate and graduate application information.
*Graduation requirements for extended degree programs can be found under their respective academic colleges.
Undergraduate Graduation Requirements
To be eligible for graduation with a baccalaureate degree and major, students must successfully complete all of the following:
- 120 credit hours including all Core and major requirements
- At least 30 credit hours in 300- to 400-level USM courses offered by Lewiston-Auburn College, and have obtained a minimum overall grade point average of 2.0. Per USM's residency requirement: 30 of the last 45 credits taken must be completed at USM.
B.S. in Nursing
The entry-level baccalaureate program in nursing is offered at Lewiston-Auburn College through the USM School of Nursing. Students admitted to this program at LAC will be able to complete all their coursework on the Lewiston campus and a limited number of online courses. Please refer to the School of Nursing section of the Undergraduate Catalog for more information about this program and the admission process.
MOT Accelerated Option
Students may complete their undergraduate and graduate education in five (5) years by selecting this option. Students (WHO IDENTIFY AS MOT Accelerated AND) who are matriculated into Social and Behavioral Sciences, Natural and Applied Sciences, or Health Science undergraduate programs must apply to the MOT program in the fall of their junior year. They must complete the following by August of the year they plan to enter the program:
- USM Core curriculum requirements;
- Academic major requirements; and
- MOT prerequisite requirements.
Please refer to the graduate catalog for more information.