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Founded in 1965, Unity College. is a college. Located in Maine, which is a city setting in Maine, the campus itself is Rural. The campus is home to 729 full time undergraduate students, and 10 full time graduate students.
The Unity College Academic calendar runs on a Semester basis. In the school year the student to faculty ratio was 14:1. There are 49 full time instructional teachers. Degrees awarded at Unity College include: Bachelor's Degree, Masters Degree, Post-master's certificate, Doctor's degree.
Admissions at UC are considered Less Selective, with ,27% of all applicants being admitted.
In the school year, of the students who applied to the school, only 22 of those who were admitted eventually ended up enrolling.
0% of incoming freshmen are in the top half of their high school class. 0% were in the top quarter, and 0% were in the top tenth. You can apply online.
We asked, and students answered these important questions about student life at Unity College.
57 Students rated on-campus housing 4 stars. 25 % gave the school a 5.0.
45 Students rated off-campus housing 3.3 stars. 0 % gave the school a 5.0.
57 Students rated campus food 3.3 stars. 18 % gave the school a 5.0.
56 Students rated campus facilities 4.1 stars. 34 % gave the school a 5.0.
56 Students rated class size 4.6 stars. 75 % gave the school a 5.0.
55 Students rated school activities 4.2 stars. 49 % gave the school a 5.0.
56 Students rated local services 3.4 stars. 18 % gave the school a 5.0.
56 Students rated academics 4.1 stars. 45 % gave the school a 5.0.
32 Students rated Unity College
Environmental based school with cool ideals and ideas. More science than arts based , very outdoorsy types. pretty cool place.
It's a good school with a lot of friendly people. The food could use some work because sometimes it is not the best. I love the clubs and there is almost always something to do on the weekends. Most of the teachers are great though I have had some problems with a few of them. Overall the school is awesome and I am very happy to be apart of the Unity College community.
My father's family is from Maine, and I have always had a special place in my heart for such a beautiful place. Since I can remember, Animals have always been my passion and I have never wanted anything more than to make that my life's career. I moved out when I was 17, worked up to 4 jobs at a time, and have had to become an expert in budgeting over the past several years to get by. I applied and attempted going to Unity a few years ago, but upon being accepted I was informed I would need a cosigner for my loan, to which both of my parents declined. I have been working hard since then to save money and get my ducks in a row for the time I could try again. I was in Maine this past summer, and knew that it was I was supposed to be. The banks I tried getting a loan through had told me I would not qualify as an independent until I was 24. Well, in 20 days I turn 24 and I will have you know I have reapplied, gotten accepted and am doing everything I can to that beautiful campus my home in the fall. I say all this to make it clear that, Unity is worth it. They care. Everyone. They want you to succeed. It's one giant family that is going to push you to your full potential. The advisers are extraordinary and have done everything in their reach to help me. I would recommend Unity to people that want to break that mold, who really want to get out there and change the world. Unity is a place for you to become unleashed and be everything you ever dreamed to be. I am proud to officially be a student at Unity and am looking forward to finishing my degree there.
It is a well rounded school that is on the rise to being americas best environmental college. Our 16 majors all focus on the environment and how to better it for future generations. There is great food, good intentions, and even better people.
The fall 2020 acceptance rate for Unity College is 92%. That means, out of _____ applications received in 2020 , _____ students were offered admission. The number of males who applied was _____ vs the number of females which was _____.
Man, If I knew than what i knew now.....I would always do my homework, I never really tried in HS and I could've taken AP classes to better prepare me for college. If I payed the couple hundred to transfer credits over to my college for the classes I took in HS, I would be able to graduate a semester early. If I wouldve done that I would save so much money, and most jobs in my field come in the spring, when I would graduate in December, making a better chance to be hired. I think everyday to myself, with my GPA from high school, if I only took the SAT's I could have also received a scholarship from the school to save more money. These are all thing I am prepared for for when my future kids go to school, and will make sure they try to save as much as possible when going to college. My story will help others be smarter about the HS to college transition.
I wish I had known how attached I would have become to the students, faculty, and my environment. I connected so well with my peers and the outdoors that I do not wish to return to my home state. I absolutley love the feelings I get when I am involved in club activities or when I watch the fresh fallen snow shimmer like diamonds that have dropped out of the sky! This school has become apart of me; it is my home, my family, and everything that I have ever wished for in a college.
My school is considered to be "America's Environmental College."
They are really interesting and an understanding group of people.
My school is small and everyone on campus knows each other and respects each other.
Unity College not only cares deeply about its student body, it is also commited to creating solutions to the world's environmental issues.
When I discuss Unity College, the thing I brag most about is the Conservation Law Enforcement major. This major is extremely beneficial for your future. We practice collecting evidence, doing search warrants, and can take firearm training classes. This major is very helpful on preparing you to be a law enforcement officer. It is tailored to help you obtain a job as either a game warden, marine partol officer, or federal agent. This major is the best thing about my school.
The campus at Unity College is so small that everybody knows about everything that goes on in everyone elses life. There is a lot of drama and rumors because of this.
Enviromental Sustainability, Wildlife Conservation, and Conservation Lawenforcment
The worst thing about my school would probably be the location. The nearest hospital is thirty minutes away which is very inconvenient, and the local firehouse does not have enough volunteers and supplies so surrounding companies have to be called in when there is a big fire or problem. It is a very remote location so walking is a big activity done here; it just gets boring sometimes because I have seen the same locations various times, only in different types of weather.
A person who likes having constant activities to complete, or if they like having popular industries close, like McDonalds or a WalMart, should not attend Unity College. The nearest WalMart is thirty minutes away, as well as every other big name company. In the town of Unity, there are two pizza places, a grocery store, and various small shops. A person who does not like the cold or nature should also not attend because Maine is always cold and nature is the only thing to look at.
There are two main, and completely true, stereotypes at Unity college followed by a sub-main group. The first man group is the hunters. At Unity there is a major called Conservation Law Enforcement. This major is comprised almost entirely of men who love to hunt. They are usually from a secluded neighborhood and don't know much other than hunting. In the morning you can find them in the cafeteria in full hunting gear and face paint eating breakfast. They are, in my opinion, the "cops of the woods." They can't drink, smoke, or do anything illegal so they are all very strict. On the other hand, there are the huggers. This group is comprised of extreme know-it-all liberals and people who don't shower for weeks at a time. Most of these people have dreadlocks, smoke a lot of rolled cigarettes, and smell really bad. They also aren't shy to shove their opinions down your throat. And even though they preach an all-loving mentality, they completely segregate themselves from the rest of the population. The subgroup I mentioned is comprised of teenage girls who just graduated from high school and want to play with animals. They are all in the Wildlife Conservation and Biology major and hope to be zookeepers. They are extremely immature, loud, social-bees with their heads barely hanging on.
Unity College is a wonderful school for those who are interested in the environment and animals. Majors here vary from Adventure Therapy to Captive Wildlife Care and Education. It is a small college with less than 1000 students and is a great place for getting to know people. It is located Unity, a small town with no major stores or fast food but has so much to offer. The teachers and staff here do everything they can so you can succeed. At the end of your college career they help you get started in the career of your choice.
I went to a pretty good high school. It was fairly challenging and pretty strict. Although I was a slacker all throughout high school and slept during almost every class I am challenged much less and am learning much less here. There are some people in my chemistry class that have never taken chemistry. I am a transfer student, and since i did not have to take biology as a Landscape Management and Design major at Community College of Morris I have to take it here at Unity as an Ecology major. Biology is a prerequisite for all the classes I actually expect to learn something in. My biology teacher is the only teacher I have right now who I can feel has a sense of the Earth. Although she's fairly new, young, and doesn't really want to be a teacher, I like her more than everybody else. She's not ridiculously easy, assigns a chunky amount of work, and can have a laugh while keeping things straight. I have two teachers that I'm so frustrated with, and one of these teachers teaches two of my classes. For a total of 6 credits, all of the money spent for these classes could be better spent degrading in a compost pile. You barely have to do ANYTHING for these classes. The teachers have no idea what they are doing, and are not challenging the slightest bit. I can't express how frustrated I was, coming out of community college extremely motivated to do well in the world, then coming here and being subjected to such motivation-killing bologna. It's a quarter to 1am right now and I have an essay to write for one of those classes due tomorrow. I plan on writing it in less than a half hour, not editing it, and getting an A. I have taken general chemistry three times now. Unity wouldn't accept my credits from community college because, although i got an a in chemistry lecture, my lab was a c and therefor they wouldn't take it (they combine lecture and lab into one grade so neither can be a c). Also, they didn't accept Landscape Design I nor Landscape design II as an art elective. All we did in those classes was draw. Unity is short on staff because it's a very small school, so certain classes are only offered in the spring OR fall. Also, some classes are only offered in the spring OR fall on odd OR even years. If you want to take over 16 credits, an extra $840 will be added per credit over 16 you take. So, if you're like me and you don't want to be here for another three years and need to take 16 credits per semester, if you can't fit 16 into each semester you have to pay another semester's worth of tuition. I will probably have to be here an extra two semester's because none of my specific sciences are offered in the fall, and i need to take the prerequisites for those classes in the spring next semester. In a nutshell, I'm frustrated.
Personally, i am really enjoying Unity. of course there are things i would change, like updating dorms, and have better quality food but other then that it is an awesome school. The schoolis going through a huge overhall of all the majors and curriculums and its a very stressful time for everyone. Even though ther is some added stress our adviors are there to help always, and the great thing about this school is that the faculty is our advisors, so you can choose who you would like. All of the faculty here is great they are very knowledgeable and helpful . i do wish that they had more faculty for specific classes and would not have teacher who speicalize for example in ecology teach Biology I but all in all they are great.And they get on a personal level and all try anf have a relasionship with you by chatting with oyu not just in class but out of class also and but having us students call them by their first names. School pride is lacking a bit at the school kids only seems to get really into the whole "pride" thing when it is a Dean's Cup event (like the Tri-Wiziard Cup in Harry Potter only with resitential halls). the most frequent students complaints the food it really needs to improve!
The two biggest groups and clubs I can think about is the Woodsman Team and the Ultimate Frisbee team. I really couldn't tell you about the Woodsman Team and what they do because I have never been to a competition or seen them practice, I just see a great amount of people wear the jackets and talk about it. The Ultimate Frisbee team is just a really passionate group that loves to play Frisbee and have a great time. Even though I am not on the team, from time to time I find myself throwing around the disc with them and holding a conversation. Most people here are super easy to talk to. Other than that, for some reason Magic The Gathering has been sweeping the campus, and old players, like myself, have started playing again. But really, everyone here is pretty diverse and are engaged in other activities. We also have a sugar makers club, an FFA organization, and I know of a beekeepers club trying to get started up. Those are just a few that come straight to mind, but I don't have enough fingers and toes to name all of the clubs and activities we have here Unity. I guarantee there is something that will catch your interest.
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99% of students
attending Unity College receive some sort of financial aid.
36% were awarded federal grants.
While 85% received federal loans.
Many students do also need to apply for additional private student loans.
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