Summer Programs

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine offers a variety of options to meet your needs, including hybrid (online/onsite) courses, accelerated online-only courses, onsite workshops, and study away opportunities. These offerings range from non-credit to undergraduate and graduate level.

Education

Six-week (3-credit) graduate hybrid courses. Courses run June 23 to August 4, with one week onsite in July.

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General Education

Five-week (3-credit) undergraduate hybrid courses. Courses run June 23 to July 28, with one week onsite in July.

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Theology

Six-week (3-credit) undergraduate and graduate hybrid courses. Courses run June 23 to August 4, with one week onsite in July.

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Study Away in Granada, Spain

Opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to earn credits toward their degree. A non-credit option for study of Catholic culture and history is also available.

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CPA Workshops

Designed for accounting professionals seeking continuing education credits to meet licensure requirements. Workshops offered in May, August, and September.

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Advanced Placement Summer Institute (APSI)

Training from College Board-certified Advanced Placement consultants for new and experienced AP teachers. Offered for one week in July at our beautiful lakeside campus in Southern Maine.

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About Campus

The College is located on 474 acres overlooking Sebago Lake, one of Maine’s most beautiful spots and a popular four-season recreation area. Only 20 miles northwest of coastal Portland, Maine’s largest city, an hour north of Portsmouth and just two hours from Boston.

The campus is easily navigated on foot: scenic paths connect campus buildings, and a brisk five-minute walk will take you anywhere you need to be. A hilly descent to our own private sandy beach opens on a panoramic view of the lake with the White Mountains as a backdrop on the horizon.

When you pack, be prepared for a full range of weather conditions. The weather can change with typical New England style, so during your stay you may experience cool summer nights, and 90-degree days with high humidity. Casual dress is the norm. And remember to bring good, comfortable walking shoes.