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Thank you for your interest in visiting Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Due to the current spread of COVID-19, the Academy has suspended all on-campus visitation until further notice. Please feel free to register for a Virtual Information Session below and continue to monitor our website for future visitation opportunities when they become available. We look forward to hosting you on campus when it is safe to do so. 

Check out our interactive map to help you get an initial look at our campus!


Virtual Information Sessions
General information session will be conducted virtually using Zoom. As we are not able to accommodate campus visits at this time due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we hope these information sessions will allow you to learn more about the Academy and what we have to offer while following CDC guidelines. This session will be hosted by an admissions counselor and cover general information about the Academy, academics, the Regiment, and the admissions process. It is designed for high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, as well as transfer students. To register for a Virtual Information Session, please create an online profile and search for a session under Events!
 
Cadet Chats 
Wondering what life is like as a Buccaneer? These 30 minute virtual chats will allow you to connect one-on-one with a current cadet. Hosted by members of our Admissions Ambassador program, you get to ask the experts, our current cadets, specific questions about Mass Maritime. Inquire about the Regiment, classes and professors, clubs and organizations, campus life, and more! While geared towards rising seniors who may be narrowing down their college search, any prospective student interested in Mass Maritime can register. We highly encourage you to prepare questions in advance. 
  • Chats are offered Wednesdays and Thursdays at 4:00pm + 8:00pm
  • To register for a Cadet Chat please email the Admissions Office at admissions@maritime.edu. Please include your major of interest and the preferred date/time in your email.
 
Virtual Prospective Student Interviews
We want to chat with you! A personal interview with a member of our Admission's staff will give you the opportunity to ask questions and tell us more about yourself; your interests, accomplishments, and goals. Interviews are not required for admission to the Academy, however, they are encouraged for those who are highly interested in Mass Maritime or for those who would like to discuss further questions. These interviews can be scheduled for over the phone or a video call through Google Meet. Please note, interviews scheduled prior to applying are more informative and those scheduled after applying will be more evaluative.
  • If you will be applying as a transfer student, schedule your interview with our Transfer Counselor, Joanne Robertson.
  • If you are in high school and will be applying as a freshman student, please use our Staff Page to determine your personal counselor based on where you currently live! You can schedule an interview with you counselor from the Staff Page. 
 
Virtual Open House Series
While we are not able to host our traditional, on-campus Open House events this fall, Admissions will be hosting a series of virtual panels designed to offer prospective students similar information and connection points.  To register for a Virtual Open House Session, please create an online profile and search for a session under Events!
 
The panel series will cover four main content areas:
 
Admissions and Financial Aid
  • This panel will include staff from Admissions and Student Financial Services. We will discuss the application process, applications requirements, deadlines, and more. SFS will discuss the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the financial aid timeline, and deadlines to remember.
  • Sessions offered: 7-8:00pm on September 16, October 14, and November 17

Academics
  • This will be a two hour academic session broken into consecutive, one hour presentations. Attend the first hour to hear about the major you are most interested in, or stay for two to learn about your secondary major interest. Each academic program will have faculty and current students to share more about the curriculum, experiential learning, what to expect, and personal experiences.
  • Sessions offered: 6-8:00pm on September 22, October 21, and November 24

Student Life
  • This panel will feature cadet and staff representation from the Commandant of Cadets, Athletics, Student Government Association, and 7th Company Band and Honor Guard. Learn more about the Regimental experience and the other opportunities for extra-curricular involvement.
  • Sessions offered: 7-8:00pm on September 29, October 29, and December 1

Support Services
  • This panel will feature representatives from the Center for Student Success, Office of Intercultural Engagement, Career Services, and Counseling & Health Services. Learn more about the many resources available to MMA Cadets. This includes academic resources and tutoring services, study abroad opportunities and diversity programming, co-op and post-graduate job placement, and physical and mental health services on campus.
  • Sessions offered:  7-8:00pm on October 7, November 4, and December 9

To get the full “Open House” experience, we strongly encourage students to attend one of each session. If you attend each of the four sessions, you will receive a waiver code for our $50 application fee! Recordings of sessions will be available to those who register. Please note, you will need to register for each session you plan to attend.

 

 

Special Event Panels - Dates and Registration Coming Soon!

Want to learn even more about Mass Maritime Academy? Join us for these specialty events focused on bringing you more personal stories and experiences from our students and alumni. These virtual panel events make a great supplement to the virtual Open House experience!

Alumni Panel
  • Learn more about what our graduates are doing out in the world! Hear about career trajectories and experiences from alumni representing a variety of our academic programs.
 
Underrepresented Groups in STEM
  • Join us for a panel discussion with current cadets and alumni who identify as female and/or BIPOC. We will focus on the personal experiences of panelists as members of these groups in the MMA and broader STEM community and industry.
 
Transferring to the Academy
  • Are you a community college student? Thinking about starting your academics at community college? Looking to earn a second bachelor’s degree? Join Joanne Robertson, Coordinator of Transfer Admissions, to learn more about the transfer process, options for non-traditional students, transferable credits, and more. 
 
The Student Experience and Regimental Leadership
  • Want to hear directly from students and get your regimental questions answered? Join us for this event, featuring both a student life panel and Regimental Leadership panel. Learn more about the day to day life of a cadet as well as the roles and responsibilities of our cadet leaders.