AUBURN – Central Maine Community College will hold an open house from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, on the campus.

Faculty members and students services staff will be on hand to provide information on programs of study, financial aid, the admissions process, options for transferring to four-year colleges and to give tours.

There will be refreshments and door prizes. New Dean of Student Services Randall E. Lee will be present to meet with prospective students and their families.

“We know that having a college degree makes a huge difference in people’s lives – not only will they earn more money, they’ll also have more choice and opportunity about their future. CM gives people in our community a great way to start on a college career. I really look forward to talking with people about what we can do to help them build a better future,” he said.

Central Maine Community College offers more than 30 career or technical programs, including the new certificate in construction safety and health. The program will prepare students for employment as construction safety and health technicians with construction firms, insurance companies, government agencies and consulting firms.

On completion of the certificate, those students who also have the required experience, may sit for the construction health and safety technician certification examination.

The college can provide financial aid and other student assistance. Students may participate in a variety of extracurricular activities, including athletics. Housing is available on campus.

For more information about the open house or about enrolling in the college, call 755-5273.


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