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Central Maine Community College

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About Central Maine Community College

Today there are approximately 3,000 students enrolled in Central Maine Community College courses. In addition, an estimated 2,000 area residents participate each year in conferences, courses and programs offered through the Corporate and Community Services Division of the College. The students are served by approximately 150 faculty and staff members. Each year more than 300 students graduate with an associate’s degree, certificate or diploma.

The College offers educational opportunities for both transfer to baccalaureate programs and career preparation. Associate in arts and associate in science degrees are designed as the first two years of a more advanced degree. The associate in applied science degree, certificates, and diplomas are designed to prepare students for direct entry into the workplace. All graduates are expected to have a set of core competencies that will enable them to be qualified and productive members of the workforce and to continue their education after they  graduate and throughout their lives.

Campus information

In addition to the main campus in Auburn, (Androscoggin County) Central Maine Community College also serves the educational needs of Franklin, Lincoln, and Oxford Counties.  Many students appreciate the convenience, small classes, and close proximity of these sites before completing their degree at our Auburn campus or transferring to another college or university.

  • CMCC in Franklin County

The College offers courses at the Mount Blue Learning Center in Franklin County.

  • CMCC in Lincoln County

In Lincoln County, we deliver courses at the CMCC/Lincoln County Healthcare Education Center in Damariscotta.

  • CMCC in Oxford County

In Oxford County, the College offer a Community Education Hub at Western Maine University and Community College Center (WMUCC) in South Paris. Evening courses are offered at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School, next door to WMUCC. Classes may also be offered at Fryeburg Academy and Mount Valley High School.

Our beautiful lakeside campus just outside the vibrant twin cities of Auburn & Lewiston.


The College provides three housing options in a comfortable and safe living environment. To help you succeed academically, we offer a “quiet floor” living option, study groups, tutoring and other support services. All rooms are fully furnished and provide you with your own bed, bureau, desk and closet.  Phone jack, cable TV and Internet access are also provided.

Rancourt Hall
The newest building on campus offers double-occupancy rooms with individual heat and air conditioning controls. Four handicap-accessible rooms are available and the first floor lounge has a big screen TV. The “Treetops” conference room on the fourth floor, available for study groups, offers a panoramic view of the campus and Lake Auburn.

Fortin Hall
The recently-renovated Fortin Hall is the hub of residence life activity.  The game room and lounge on the ground floor includes ping pong and pool tables, foosball and air hockey, arcade games, TVs, sofas and a surround-sound system. Fortin Hall has a fully-equipped kitchen for students.

The Apartments
We offer apartment-style living in our two apartment buildings located right next to the residence halls. Each apartment has four bedrooms with one main living area and a shared bathroom. One of the apartments is handicap accessible for one or two people.


Courses available 10

Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Beauty, Personal Care 1 Computer Science, IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Education and Teaching 1 Health and Medicine 2 Hotel Management & Hospitality 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 1


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