UMFK Early College & ExplorEC

ExplorEC: Early College at Maine's Public UniversitiesStudents must create an account on the ExplorEC Portal to register for Early College courses at the University of Maine at Fort Kent. ExplorEC is designed to facilitate the development of networks between high schools and universities in the University of Maine System, making it easier for students to sign up for Early College classes. ExplorEC helps our universities and high schools work together to better serve our students, parents, teachers, college faculty, and EC administrators.

Ready to Get Started?

Visit the ExplorEC Portal to create your account

Student & Faculty Resources

Our students, faculty, and partner schools may find the following resources helpful:

NetTutor

nettutorRural U students can access FREE, online, on-demand, live tutoring 24/7 via the NetTutor program.

For over 20 years, NetTutor has offered live tutoring on-demand, question drop-off, and writing feedback. Tutors are subject matter experts trained in how to translate tutoring best practices and learning strategies to support students online, one student at a time. Over 150 subjects are offered, including live tutoring for Math, Writing, and Student Success, available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Rural U students will receive information on accessing the program in their welcome email when they register for a class.

Let’s Get Ready

Let's Get Ready: Students helping students to and through collegeRural U is partnering with Let’s Get Ready to provide free SAT prep and the college application process for early college students!

Let’s Get Ready is an organization committed to helping you to and through college. Join college student mentors this spring for their Virtual Access program, where they will help you prepare for the SATs and guide you through critical steps of the college application process. Their program is entirely virtual with group instruction and individual texts. For more information, fill out the Let’s Get Ready student interest form.