Eastern Maine Community College

Established in 1966 by the Maine State Legislature, under the authority of the State Board of Education, EMCC was originally known as Eastern Maine Vocational Technical Institute (EMVTI). The college was moved in 1968 from temporary quarters in downtown Bangor to its present campus on Hogan Road. In 1986 the 112th Legislature created a quasi-independent system with a board of trustees to govern all six of Maine’s VTIs, and in 1989 another law changed the names of these institutions to more accurately reflect their purpose and activities; EMVTI thus became Eastern Maine Technical College (EMTC). The name of the College changed again in 2003 from “Technical” to “Community” to more accurately reflect its purpose.

Available Programs

  • Automotive Technology
  • Building Construction
  • Business Management
  • Career Studies
  • Criminal Justice
  • Culinary Arts
  • Diesel, Truck & Heavy Equipment
  • Digital Graphic Design
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Fine Woodworking and Cabinet Making

Eastern Maine Community College Locations

  • Bangor, ME