While the rest of Maine's public universities may be facing declining enrollment, new numbers the University of Maine at Fort Kent just released on Tuesday, January 20, show this small campus nestled in the crown of Maine is continuing to grow at an unprecedented rate.
A ranking service, CollegeChoice.net, recently released their list for the Most Affordable Online Colleges for Bachelor's Degrees, and the University of Maine at Fort Kent is in the top 50 nationally.
In its 2015 rankings for United States colleges, the U.S. News and World Report points out the University of Maine at Fort Kent as the 12th top ranked school in the north region of the United States. Only 311 schools qualified for consideration nationwide.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent Alumni Association, in conjunction with the Fort Kent Senior Center Club will host its fifth Acadian Kitchen Party to be held on Friday, January 23 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Fort Kent Senior Center, located at 20 Pine Street.
In what promises to be one of the funniest events of 2015, the University of Maine at Fort Kent Student Activities will kick-off the new year with a comedy night featuring Krazy Jake on Friday, January 23 at 7 p.m. at UMFK Fox Auditorium.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent will help this fall's college and university-bound students and their parents answer a seemingly complex question: “How do I complete the Free Application for Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA)?”
Organizers of the 2015 UMFK's Fiddlers' Jamboree have put out a call to area musicians and entertainers to participate in the largest jam session and house party, which has been held annually on the University of Maine at Fort Kent campus.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent's Blake Library Gallery is featuring, Drawings and Paintings Interpreted the work of students in Therese L. Provenzano's Art 200 Fundamentals of Art-Drawing class. The exhibition will be on display through January 12.
Program leaders have selected University of Maine at Fort Kent Associate Professor of Electronic Commerce, Anthony Gauvin, to serve on the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) Rural and Community Development (CRD) panel for a second year.
An alumna from the University of Maine at Fort Kent will lead the University of Maine at Machias, according to press release from the office of University of Maine System Chancellor James H. Page on December 12.