Southern Maine Community College

Complete the Admissions Process with One Visit at our On-the Spot Acceptance Day on January 7

8 a.m. - 8 p.m. at our South Portland and Midcoast Campuses

An investment in your education is an investment in your future, and there’s no better time than now. It’s not too late to enroll this Fall. Attend On-the-Spot Acceptance Day on January 7. Spring classes start Monday, January 13. Don’t miss this great opportunity!

During On-the-Spot Acceptance Day You Can:
Complete Your Application for Free
We’ll help you with
any questions.
Take the Accuplacer
Testing is available, if necessary. To learn more about our placement testing, visit our testing webpage.
Start the FAFSA Process
Staff will be available to help answer your questions. You can also get started on your FAFSA now at
Sign Up for Orientation
You’ll register for classes
during this session.

Make Sure to Bring:

  • Proof of your high school graduation (a copy of your diploma, final high school transcript, or GED/HiSET).
  • A copy of your qualifying test scores (SAT, ACT and/or ACCUPLACER). For more information, visit our Placement Testing webpage. If you need to take the Accuplacer, you can do so at our On-the-Spot Acceptance day.
  • Your official college transcripts in a sealed envelope (if applicable).

No Appointment Necessary

To attend our On-the-Spot Acceptance Day:

  • Sign up now.
  • Stop in at our South Portland or Midcoast Campuses anytime during our On-the-Spot Acceptance Day from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • If you prefer, you can send items in advance by email to or by fax to 207-741-5760.
Meet Kristina Fucini
Nutrition & Dietetics Student

“After high school, I worked as a waitress for many years before enrolling in college at the age of 29. I’ve known forever that I wanted to study dietetics and nutrition and I finally decided to stop putting it off. I chose SMCC because it’s close to home, affordable and gives a well-rounded view of the dietetics world. There are hundreds of opportunities waiting for me after I graduate.”


Contact Admissions at or 207-741-5800 x1

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