Unity College
90 Quaker Hill Road
Unity, ME 04988
Phone: (207) 948-3131
Fax: (207) 948-6549


Experience Education, Naturally

The adventure of your lifetime begins at Unity – and you want to be here, collaborating with America’s dedicated environmental leaders to make the world a better place. Up to your eyeballs in new ideas. Experiencing the outdoors in a friendly learning community. Taking an active role in your own growth as a steward of the earth. Working your mind as hard as your hands.

Get here, and get your hands, feet, face, and clothes dirty stomping around a thousand-year-old peat bog in Bio 1. Or create a peat bog garden in Landscape Horticulture. Then, write about your latest peat bog misadventures for Environmental Writing. Whatever. Just get on it. Catch the fire of lifelong learning – it’s the adventure that goes
on forever.

At Unity, you’re taught by and collaborate with an environmentally focused faculty and staff at the leading edge of research and professional practice. You can investigate aquaculture with a 2006 Fulbright Scholar, practice conservation law enforcement with a former chief warden, or argue sustainability issues with the authors of the national debate. Unity’s academic programs and people challenge you to be your best, find your own way, think your own thoughts, and become a leader in your field. You can do it!

Unity supports your academic success with a host of services and opportunities. Our library houses more than 50,000 volumes and subscribes to more than 400 scholarly publications. The Learning Resource Center offers peer tutors, assistive technology, study skills workshops, and other services. And our Career Resource Center helps you connect with the world.

Seek out your academic advisor for guidance on issues both academic and personal. With these dedicated, caring professionals as your mentors and partners in success, you can plan your academic program, select courses, evaluate internships and off-campus study opportunities, and make the most of your education.

Unity College welcomes you into its community of adventurous learners who focus on the environment. Our friendly students, faculty, and staff represent the spectrum of social, political, and environmental backgrounds. We’re active, supportive, collaborative – and an awful lot of fun!

Get ready to stretch yourself, take chances, make a commitment to your own and others’ learning, think untamed thoughts, explore new ideas. Then, discipline your inspirations to change your life and change the world.

Your great academic adventure starts today
at Unity College!


Unity College Drama Troupe to Present The Girl with the ...

Unity, Maine – Unity College students are known for their interest in the environment, but some have exceptional drama skills, demonstrated yearly with presentations by the Unity College Drama Troupe. The drama troupe will present The Girl the Girl with the Golden Locks, April 26 – 27, at the ...
Unity College to Host Earth Week Activities, April ...

Unity, Maine – The first college in the nation to divest from investments in fossil fuels and adopt sustainability science as a focus for teaching and learning will hold a week of Earth Week events. Known as America’s Environmental College, Unity College will hold Earth Week events at various ...
Unity College to Host 32nd Annual Spring 5K on April 19

Unity, Maine – The 32nd Annual Unity College Spring 5K will be held on Saturday, April 19, on the campus of Unity College, 90 Quaker Hill Road, Unity, Maine. Registration starts at 8 a.m. adjacent to the Student Activities Parking Lot. Participation open to general public. For registration ...
Unity College To Host Tenth Annual Sportsmen’s ...

Unity, Maine – Food lovers will soon line up to participate in a gourmet tradition at one of the nation’s premier environmental colleges. Unity College will host the tenth annual sportsmen’s conference and wild game dinner at the Unity College Center for the Performing Arts (UCCPA), 42 Depot ...
Unity Community Blood Drive

Unity, Maine – Unity College will host a blood drive on Tuesday, April 8, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Tozier Gymnasium, 90 Quaker Hill Road, Unity. All presenting donors will receive a coupon for a free regular six-inch sub at any participating SUBWAY restaurant in Maine and New Hampshire.