Congratulations on your acceptance to Maine College of Art & Design!
Join Virtual Accepted Student Events
Virtual Info Session with Faculty
Join Chair of the MFA Program Chris Stiegler, Administrative Director of Graduate Programs Rachel Katz, faculty members Gail Spaien and Adriane Herman, and Graduate Admissions Coordinator Joel Tsui for an info session for a deep dive into what to expect from our rigorous, two-year MFA program.
Live Virtual MFA Tours + Info Sessions
Take a live virtual tour with Graduate Admissions Coordinator Joel Tsui, Chair of the MFA Program Chris Stiegler, and Administrative Director of Graduate Programs Rachel Katz. We'll show you around the studios and answer your questions from the comfort of your home.
Virtual Accepted Student Sessions
Join Graduate Admissions Coordinator Joel Tsui, current MFA students, and other accepted and enrolled students in the MFA cohort to hang out, get to know one another, and ask questions.
Submit Your Enrollment Fee
In order to enroll at Maine College of Art & Design, please log in to your application status page to fill out the reply to offer of admission form. Once you submit this form, you will be able to submit the $300 non-refundable enrollment fee by credit card.
Apply for Campus Housing
Please submit the Emergency Contact and Housing Form that can be found on your application status page; if you would like to request on-campus housing, please do so on this form. If you indicate you'd like on-campus housing, you’ll be directed to pay the $200 housing fee and deposit upon submitting this form. (The $200 fee includes a $100 one-time non-refundable housing placement fee and a $100 refundable housing security deposit.)
Both the housing fee and the completed form are necessary to hold your place in on-campus housing, and will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis during placements.
Questions? Contact Jen Doebler, Associate Dean of Student Life, at 207.699.5035 or email@example.com
Apply for Outside Scholarships
The Financial Aid Office compiles an extensive list of outside and independent scholarships for which MECA&D students are often competitive. We highly recommend you take some time to apply for these scholarships that can reduce the cost of attendance.
In addition, students often say they have the most success with sources that offer local scholarships. These include, for example, family members' (immediate and extended) employers, civic organizations such as local chapters of Rotary clubs, and religious organizations such as Knights of Columbus. Be sure to check at your town hall, library, and Chamber of Commerce for additional possible scholarship opportunities.
You can access the most recent scholarship list here (last updated 12/9/2021)
Questions? Contact Carri Frechette or Will O'Shea at 207.699.5074 or firstname.lastname@example.org