The College lays out the detailed, staged, return to campus plan for spring semester.
Being farther apart this year reminds us of the importance of community and invites us to recommit to the essential work of growing that community.
We are busy planning for the return to campus in the new year. Here's a preview of some of the modifications we will be making as this latest wave of the COVID-19 continues to build across the country and in Maine.
Students will study remotely through finals in mid-December, with plans to come back a week later than originally planned.
We now have twelve students who have tested positive for the coronavirus in the past week and are responding to this situation with a phased exit plan.
The College has successfully met the $3.5 million Alfond Foundation challenge for the new Center for Nursing Innovation on its campus.
Three new cases have been identified among our student body. You have a part to play. When each of us follows campus safety protocols to the letter, we can stem this outbreak as quickly as we did last time.
Mikell Reed Carroll ’99 receives Secretary of State Award for Outstanding Volunteerism Abroad (SOSA) for her volunteer work in Croatia.
In advance of the Thanksgiving holiday, the College has outlined three options for students to complete their semester classes.
IIA to launch tele-social program to combat social isolation