The University of Maine at Fort Kent recently wrapped up the month of October with a “Pink Dance” put on by members of the Student Senate to raise awareness and funds for cancer care.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent Forestry Program and St. John Valley Technology Center (SJVTC) have entered into a unique agreement that will focus on providing graduates of SJVTC’s forestry program the opportunity to achieve a degree in a shortened period of time.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent has not only made the Washington Monthly’s annual Bachelor’s College Rankings, but has moved up by 21 spots. UMFK was also named 38th out of 250 colleges in the publication’s “Best Bang for the Buck: Northeast” rankings.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent will host its annual Fall Open House for prospective college-bound students on Monday, October 21st to give everyone a chance to experience campus life.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent has been named among the top tier of all north region colleges for the ninth consecutive year, according to the U.S. News & World Report 2020 rankings.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent is pleased to host the traveling exhibition, MAPS (Maine-Aomori Printmaking Society), from September 28th through November 2nd in the Blake Library Gallery. The gallery will be open during regular library hours.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent's Blake Gallery is featuring "La Palette de Coul׳Art" a collection of artwork by local artist Gert Thibodeau from August 15 – September 26. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent is pleased to announce that recently hired full-time professor of Public Safety and Criminal Justice, Marilyn Epp, was recently awarded the Investigative Achievement Award by the Department of Justice. Ms. Epp earned this award for her outstanding work on one of her Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) cases before being hired by UMFK.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent has once again been named a “Best in the Northeast” college by the prestigious publication, The Princeton Review.
“Peter Archambault or The Art of Transforming an Ethnic Slur Into a Cultural Icon” is currently on display at the Acadian Archives acadiennes of the University of Maine at Fort Kent campus.