I personally really enjoy the University, it is a really safe and small campus. The professors are great and really help you out when needed. You know most people around it is a very small community, and if you like small classroom sizes and friendly people it's great. I'd also say within the school it is very diverse many students from all over the place, and many friendly faces.
UMFK is a small diverse community in which you feel safe anywhere you go. The Nursing program is tremendous and the professors are always available to talk with!
I have honestly had an amazing experience at this college. The professors are easy to talk to and are really open to helping you pursue any career you have your mindset on. They will help you set realistic goals and allow you opportunities to successfully complete these goals.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent is a small school. It allows students the opportunity to learn in a small class environment. Students get personalized teaching due to the small classes. There is not much to do off campus, which causes students to spend more time studying, and less time partying. It is the perfect school for students looking for a small town environment, and for students looking to pursue a career in the outdoors.
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