Community College Debt For Graduating Students in Maine

The Maine average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $11,777 (2021).
For public community colleges in Maine, the average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $13,712.
For private community colleges in Maine, the average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $15,136.

Community College Debt For Graduating Students in Maine (2021)

  • College Completed Debt Location
  • Rank: #11.$5,500
    One College Drive
    Calais ME  04619
    (207) 454-1000
  • Rank: #22.
    York County Community College
    Public
    $7,125
    112 College Drive
    Wells ME  04090
    (207) 646-9282
  • Rank: #33.$11,000
    33 Edgemont Dr
    Presque Isle ME  04769
  • Rank: #44.$11,413
    1250 Turner Street
    Auburn ME  04210
    (207) 755-5100
  • Rank: #55.$11,696
    92 Western Ave
    Fairfield ME  04937
    (207) 453-5000
  • Rank: #66.$11,777
    2 Fort Road
    South Portland ME  04106
    (207) 741-5500
  • Rank: #77.$12,000
    354 Hogan Rd
    Bangor ME  04401
    (207) 974-4600
  • Rank: #88.
    Beal College
    Private for-profit
    $14,272
    99 Farm Road
    Bangor ME  04401
    (207) 947-4591
  • Rank: #99.
    Maine College of Health Professions
    Maine College of Health Professions Photo - two students learning how to do IV's
    Private not-for-profit
    $16,000
    70 Middle Street
    Lewiston ME  04240
    (207) 795-2840
  • Rank: #1010.
    University of Maine at Augusta
    Public
    $24,250
    46 University Dr
    Augusta ME  04330
    (207) 621-3000
  • Rank: #1111.$28,646
    475 Lisbon Street
    Lewiston ME  04240
    (207) 333-3300
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