Three Easy Steps…

Let’s get started!

  • Fill out the on-line application. It’s free and only takes about 10 minutes
  • Request an official copy of your high school transcript.
  1. High School Graduates – contact your guidance office
  2. GED/HiSET – contact
  3. If you attended college elsewhere have official transcripts sent to . If your former school doesn’t use an electronic transcript service, have them mailed to KVCC, 92 Western Avenue, Fairfield, Maine 04937

Online Application
If you have questions about the application or the process of applying, contact the Enrollment Team at

What Happens Next…

Completed applications are reviewed taking the following multiple measures into consideration: high school transcript, college transcript(s),  PSAT, SAT, Advanced Placement (AP) or ACT scores, and if needed Guided Self Placement.  Allied Health and Nursing programs have specific entrance requirements that need to be completed before a student can be admitted. These programs have a limited capacity, and applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

State of Maine Immunization Law Change…

As a condition of enrollment and attendance for full and part time certificate or degree-seeking college students born after 1956, the State of Maine requires proof of immunization or immunity against tetanus, measles, mumps, and rubella.  In addition, immunization against meningococcal disease is recommended.

A new state law will take effect on September 1, 2021 that eliminates philosophical and religious exemptions.  As a result, as of September 1, 2021, only those students with proof of immunization or immunity, or a documented medical exemption, will be able to attend classes and participate in programs and activities at the College. A medical exemption may be provided if the student provides a written statement from a licensed physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant that, in the physician’s, nurse practitioner’s or physician assistant’s professional judgment, immunization against one or more of the diseases may be medically inadvisable. Students who take all of their classes online and do not physically come to campus for any purpose are not subject to the state immunization requirements.


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