UMaine Early College expands offerings for high school students

The University of Maine’s Early College program for high school students has expanded its offerings for summer 2022.

Introduction to Integrated Science and Career Exploration (INT 188), a three-credit course that involves field- and laboratory-based data collection, data analysis and lectures in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines, will expand to include sections in Orono and Machias in addition to the Hutchinson Center in Belfast. 

The Cohen Institute High School Leadership Program will expand its capacity from 25 students to 75 students. The program immerses rising high school seniors from Maine in both the theory and practice of leadership.

New this summer is a 10-day Outdoor Leadership Intensive held at the 4-H site in Bryant Pond, Maine. Students will have the opportunity to earn four college credits that can apply to the UMaine Early College Outdoor Leadership Pathway.

For dates, program information and costs, visit the Early College webpage, email or call 207.581.8024