The list below contains Maine (ME) Nursing Schools or Colleges. Enrolling in an accredited nursing educational program is the first step to securing a career as a nurse. Many of the schools below not only feature RN programs, but may also offer other nursing degrees such as Nurse Practitioner, LPN, Nurse Anesthetist, and more.
Browse the universities, colleges, and technical schools below to find an accredited nursing school program in your area, and be on your way to a degree:
Maine (ME) Nursing Schools, Colleges, and Educational Programs
- Husson College/Eastern Maine Medical Center
One College Circle
Bangor, ME 04401-2999
Phone: 1-800-4HUSSON; Website: husson.edu/
- Saint Joseph’s College
278 White Bridge Road
Standish, ME 04084-5263
Phone: 800-338-7057; Website: sjcme.edu/
- University of Maine
5724 Dunn Hall
Orono, ME 04469-5724
Phone: 207- 581-2592; Website: umaine.edu/
- University of Maine-Fort Kent
23 University Drive
Fort Kent, ME 04743
Phone: 207-834-7500; Website: umfk.edu/
- University of Southern Maine
P.O. Box 9300
Portland, ME 04104-9300
Phone: 207- 780-4141; Website: maine.edu/
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