Saint Joseph’s College of Maine is situated on 474 acres along the shore of Sebago Lake, just 18 miles from Portland and two hours north of Boston. 


Strong liberal arts core with more than 40 majors and programs
Small classes (average 16 students) with a student-faculty ratio of 12:1
Over 30 clubs and organizations
Division III intercollegiate athletics with 19 men’s and women’s varsity teams
Values-centered environment with many options for community-based learning and volunteering
10 residence halls with your choice of traditional, townhouse, or suite-style living
Over 90% of students receiving financial assistance
Merit scholarships up to $19,000 awarded to students each year
95% placement rate in employment or graduate school within six months of graduation for recent alumni
86% of students residing on campus


Business Administration
• Accounting
• Business & Sports Management
• Finance
• Human Resource Management
• Information Technology Management
• International Business
• Management
• Marketing

Communications, Fine Arts, English & Writing
• Art & Design
• Communications
- Business Communication
- Sports Communication

• English
• Fine Arts
• Writing & Publishing

• Biology/Secondary Education
• Chemistry/Secondary Education
• Elementary Education
• English/Secondary Education
• History/Secondary Education
• Mathematics/Secondary Education
• Special Education

Exercise Science, Physical Education & Sports Management
• Exercise Science
- Fitness Leader
- Pre-physical Therapy
- Sports Performance

• Health & Wellness Promotion
• Physical Education Teacher
• Sports Management
• Sports Management—Athletic    Administration

Liberal Studies
• Self-Designed Major
• Undeclared

Natural, Physical & Health Sciences
• Biochemistry
• Biology
• Chemistry
• Environmental Science
• Environmental Studies
• Marine Science
• Mathematics
• Medical Biology
- Pre-dental
- Pre-medicine
- Pre-pharmacy
- Pre-veterinary

• Pre-physician Assistant


Partnership Degree Programs
• Pre-law
• Pre-optometry

Social Sciences
• Criminal Justice
• History
• Philosophy
• Political Science
• Psychology
• Social Work 
• Sociology
• Theology






Founded in 1912 by the Sisters of Mercy, we are Maine’s only Catholic college with nearly 1,000 students.

We provide a values-centered education that serves students’ curiosity for knowledge, their spiritual well-being, and their desire to give back to the community. We encourage a partnership among students, faculty, and staff that sets a high standard for academic achievement and engagement. Students speak of feeling “at home” and having the chance to participate and take on leadership roles. Whether it’s signing up for intramurals, finding volunteer opportunities through the Mercy Center, or joining a student club, campus life provides many opportunities.

Imagine spectacular views of Mount Washington from a lakeside beach. Our location, near the southern coast of Maine, is nestled in a four-season recreation area surrounded by lakes and the foothills of the White Mountains. Prime skiing, hiking, and kayaking spots are nearby, but so are the professional opportunities of Portland—Maine’s largest city. We encourage you to come see for yourself. Schedule a campus visit at