MMA Graduates 204 in April Commencement

Congratulations and welcome to the MMA Alumni Association, Class of 2022!
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By the Numbers | Graduation 2022

2022 Graduates: 204

Students receiving a USCG license: 118
(unlimited or limited)

Out-of-State Students: 63

Maine Residents: 141

Veterans: 12

NROTC Commissioning Ceremony

Our Commissioned Ensigns with President-Select Jerry Paul, Captain Sean Kearns, and General Doug Farnum.

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