Welcome, Alumni!

Maine Maritime Academy connects people from all over the world. Our community of alumni, students, faculty, and staff, along with friends and family, shares a strong bond with this unique institution. The Alumni Relations office supports the alumni network, fosters connections across classes, shares stories, and keeps the spirit of the MMA experience alive and well long beyond graduation.

Virtual Homecoming 2020 Celebration Week of Sept. 28 – Oct. 3, 2020

Mariners from around the world, join us September 28-October 3, 2020, as we connect for a virtual celebration, a weeklong online celebration of Honor Class Reunions and Homecoming ’20.

Tentative schedule:

Honor Class (ending in 0 or 5) Zoom Reunions Monday, Sept. 28 through Friday, Oct. 2

  • Welcome
  • Classmate Introductions
  • General discussion/reminiscence
  • MMA Update
  • Class Photo
  • Toast

Virtual Homecoming ’20 Saturday, October 3

  • 9:30 AM President’s Breakfast
  • 10 AM Annual Alumni Meeting
    • Election results
    • Alumni Award Recipients
  • 11:30 AM Honor Class March On
  • Noon MMA Today

More details will follow. We are excited to present this interactive event and encourage alumni participation. If you have any questions, feel free to contact alumni@mma.edu.

 

We encourage Alumni to stay connected with one another, submit alumni news and/or class notes, and provide your career updates.



Whether you are across the street or halfway around the world, MMA is just a click away. Stay connected, get involved, and keep in touch!

1986

Andrew Lindey is the Master of the USNS Comfort (T-AH 20), the hospital ship that arrived in New York Harbor in March initially to treat patients in the area with non COVID-19 health issues. As the pandemic’s contours changed, Comfort’s mission shifted as of press time, and the ship has now allocated 500 of its 1,000 beds for severe coronavirus cases.
Read More Class Notes

1986

Andrew Lindey is the Master of the USNS Comfort (T-AH 20), the hospital ship that arrived in New York Harbor in March initially to treat patients in the area with non COVID-19 health issues. As the pandemic’s contours changed, Comfort’s mission shifted as of press time, and the ship has now allocated 500 of its 1,000 beds for severe coronavirus cases.
Read More Class Notes

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Office of Alumni Relations
Castine, ME 04420
207-326-2337
alumni@mma.edu