University Of Maine - Fort Kent
We are a small campus at the top of Maine on the Canadian border and if you love fishing, hunting, winter sports, kayaking and biking, this is the place to be. Each winter, the town of Fort Kent hosts the annual CanAm Crown Sled Dog race, a qualifier for the Iditarod. Our community was also the proud host site of the 2004 Biathlon World Cup, an event combining Nordic skiing and marksmanship. We are situated where the Fish River meets the St. John, and the Allagash Wilderness is a thirty minute drive from campus along the beautiful St. John Valley. Both Alpine skiing and 22 miles of Nordic Skiing trails are right here. There is no better place to study and enjoy the outdoors. I can tell you it's a great place to work!
The University recently marked its 125th birthday (we were founded as the Madawaska Training School in 1878). We have two great new facilities, a new residence hall with suite style accommodations for 150 students, and a new building to house the Acadian Archives, part of our mission to preserve regional and cultural history.
Academic programs are structured in four divisions, Nursing, Ed...
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