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Whether you are advancing your career, or just want to develop a new skill or career path, 欧宝体育官网 has plenty of flexible options for an Adult Learner. Do you have a full time job? 欧宝体育官网 offers evening classes. A family? Online classes are also available. We recognize that an Adult Learner faces challenges in returning to school that students right out of high school do not. At Eastern Maine Community College, we try to help you balance work, home, and your academic life.
- First, you’ll need to apply to 欧宝体育官网. You can do that by clicking here.
- If you are only taking a couple of classes and not coming full time, you do not need to apply, but you should contact the Admissions Office.
- If you need assistance with financial aid, please contact our Financial Aid Office and one of the advisors can assist you.
- Even if you don’t live on campus, you can still have a dining plan.
- 欧宝体育官网 has plenty of parking for any of our commuter students. Check out a campus map!
- We also have a stop for a BAT Bus/Community Connector, which is free with a student ID.
Getting Your Education
As an Adult Learner, we realize that you may be unfamiliar with the college environment because this is either your first time, or you have taken some time away. Each office on campus is set up to help you along the way. The following emails will help you in your educational journey:
- Applying and getting accepted – email@example.com
- Registering for classes and organizing your schedule – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Resources on campus – email@example.com
If you have any other questions contact Brian Loring, College and Career Success Coordinator – Eastern Maine Community College / Bangor Adult Education. Call 207-974-4674, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by his office in room 146, Maine Hall.