A doubled endowment will allow MMA to attract more top-quality students such as Justin Burgess, Class of 2020, Marine Engineering Technology.
Opening Doors, Changing Lives

To keep the cost of education within reach of students, a new campaign begins to support immediate and long-term endowed scholarships.

On March 28, the public phase of Opening Doors, Changing Lives: the Scholarship Campaign for Maine Maritime Academy was launched with a kickoff dinner for donors, students and others in Castine. Campaign Co-Chairs Wayne Norton ’86 and Larry Burrill ’77 co-hosted the dinner with President Brennan, and students spoke about the significant impacts of scholarships on their lives. The evening culminated in the announcement of the largest individual gift ever received by the college (see page 31). During the event, $100,000 was contributed in cash and pledges to add to $13.9 million raised during the campaign quiet phase, bringing the total raised to date to $14 million. The following facts and figures provide a case for supporting an MMA education, the opportunity of a lifetime.

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