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The annual Ship Jump is Sunday, August 31! Dr. William Brennan, MMA President, takes the first jump at 8:00 a.m.at the Castine waterfront.
Construction on the ABS Center for Engineering, Science and Research is progressing. This view was taken from the Harold Alfond Student Center's terrace on July 25.
The Training Ship State of Maine returned to Castine on Monday, July 7 after another successful training cruise. Visit cruise.mma.edu to find out more about their trip.
Maine Maritime Academy’s job placement rate for graduates is in excess of 90 percent within 90 days of graduation.
The Corning School of Ocean Studies offers a hands-on approach, resulting in a BS degree
in marine science or marine biology, with an optional dual degree: an Associate in Science in
Small Vessel Operations.
Maine Maritime Academy is a co-educational, public college on the coast of Maine offering 18 degree programs in engineering, management, science and transportation.
Construction on the ABS Center for Engineering, Science and Research is progressing. This view was taken from the lawn just east of Curtis Residence Hall on July 25.
Vital components of a Maine Maritime Academy education are the practical, hands-on experiences you receive, regardless of major.
Our fleet numbers over 60 sail, power and training vessels. Maine Maritime Academy is the only college in the U.S. with a dedicated sail training program that leads to a USCG license as mate on an auxiliary sail vessel
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