Kennebec Valley Community College is pleased to announce the opening of the Rockland satellite site located at the Mid-Coast School of Technology. In the fall 2019, Kennebec Valley Community College offered courses in the Health Science certificate as part of the Bring College to ME (BCTM) initiative. The Health Science certificate is a 27-credit program that prepares graduates for transfer to a two- or four-year health degree program. The certificate program provides students with a learning community as they prepare for transfer to various health programs. The program is structured to encourage career exploration and to provide career guidance as students prepare to apply to health degree programs including Nursing and Allied Health programs such as Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapist, Radiology or Respiratory Therapy.
If you are interested in speaking with a College Representative about the admission process or course selection for a upcoming semester, contact Denis Normandin at (207) 453-5701.
The Maine Community College System’s Bring College to ME (BCTM) program is part of the MCCS’s Rural Initiative, designed to deliver targeted programs in high-skill, high-wage, high demand occupations to rural Maine. Qualified students enrolled in the BCTM program will not be charged tuition, fees, or for textbooks.