Welcome to the Maine Educational Opportunity Center Website. We are a federally funded program that works with adults to assist them in going on to college. This website was built to provide some basic information about the services we provide, and how to access them.
For those interested in attending one of our workshops, please check out the two workshop related pages, Workshops and Workshop Schedule. These contain both descriptions of our workshops and the next workshops in your area.
New Feature: If you would like to register yourself for a MEOC workshop, go to the workshop schedules sectionand click on the workshop you would like to attend. If you have any questions, please call 1-800-281-3703.
For others who might be curious about the site, please feel free to check out any of the other pages, and feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!
UPDATE: All systems should be back up and running. Thank you for your patience!
The University is going through some technical difficulties with the phone lines, and we are unable to receive voicemails through the 800 number.
If you are trying to register for a workshop, you can always use our online registration tool: http://meoc.maine.edu/workshops/workshop-schedule/
If you are looking for help on a different matter, you can always leave a comment on this post below 0r find us on our Facebook group. Individual staff contact information can also be found on our Contact us page.
Thank you for your patience!
MEOC is thrilled to announce the start of new advisor James Hiers. Starting soon, James will be working with a variety of partners in Downeast Maine. James had this to say to introduce himself:
I’m excited to join MEOC and the University of Maine to serve Washington and Hancock counties. I earned my degree in Criminal Justice at the University of Texas in San Antonio and my degree in Counseling at Gonzaga University. I have experience as a case manager, counselor, and in the nonprofit sector. My passion lies in higher education and I’m happy to get to work towards increasing access to college for an adult population in Downeast Maine.