University of Maine System
The University of Maine System (UMS) is a network of public universities in the U.S. state of Maine. Created in 1968 by the Maine Legislature, the University of Maine System consists of seven universities, each with a distinct mission and regional character. Combined, there are approximately 34,700 students enrolled at these institutions.
- The University of Maine; the flagship campus, located in Orono
- University of Maine School of Law; Maine's only law school, located in Portland
- University of Maine at Augusta
- University of Maine at Farmington
- University of Maine at Fort Kent (French: Université du Maine à Fort Kent)
- University of Maine at Machias
- University of Maine at Presque Isle
- University of Southern Maine; three main campuses, principal campus is in Portland
The Board consists of 16 members, 15 of which are appointed by the Governor and approved by the Maine Legislature. The Maine Commissioner of Education serves as a member ex officio. Members are appointed for a five-year term and may be reappointed once. A student member of the Board is appointed for a single two-year term.
|Name||Position(s)||Term Began||Term Ended|
|Joseph W. Westphal||Chancellor||2002||2006|
|James H. Page||Chancellor||2012||2019|
|Name||Term Began||Term Ended||Reference|
|Gregory G. Johnson||2011||2016|
|Stephen Bowen||2011||ex officio|
- "Board of Trustees - University of Maine System". Maine.edu. Retrieved 13 July 2018.