Comments for: Amid surging applications, Maine Maritime Academy seeks avenues for expansion

Posted Sept. 16, 2012, at 5:42 p.m.
Last modified Sept. 16, 2012, at 6:12 p.m.

CASTINE | Bill Brennan has held the reins as president of Maine Maritime Academy for three years. In that time, he and his administrations established that an enrollment of 850 is the rural school’s admissions sweet spot. That number, Brennan says, is ideal considering the school’s facilities and faculty. …

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  • Not to be ‘picky’, but if MMA is doing so well why can’t the DOE be smart enough to copy what it’s doing right and apply it to the rest of the State ? This also begs the question as far as the Cat Ferry running also. MMA, it seems, is producing what the maritime freight industry needs. It’s time to put this workforce to work to re-build Maine.

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