Maine Day

A day dedicated to Maine's high school seniors.
Each fall we dedicate a special day to Maine's high school seniors. This year we invite you to meet a panel of current Bowdoin students who also grew up in Maine. Hear from them and find out:
  • How did they learn about Bowdoin as high school students?
  • What brought them to Bowdoin?
  • What resources enabled them to adjust to a new environment in their home state and what has kept them at Bowdoin year after year?
  • How you can get involved in the Bowdoin community and continue to be connected to the greater Maine community. 

Registration has closed. 

September 29, 2020
7-8 p.m. Eastern Time

Join a panel of Maine students and a Bowdoin admissions counselor. This webinar-style Zoom presentation will include plenty of time for Q&A! We look forward to sharing why Maine and its students are a special part of the Bowdoin community. 

For more information, contact:
Jameel Moore, Senior Assistant Dean of Admissions 
Email: jmoore2@bowdoin.edu 
Phone: 207-725-3107

Maine Day Student Panelists

Beckett Slayton, Class of 2021
Hometown: Blue Hill, ME
Major: Government and Legal Studies/Environmental Studies Coordinate Major
Involvements: Member of the baseball team and Peer Health Group. I have also enjoyed my experience as an American Reads tutor, helping students in Harriet Beecher Stowe and Mast Landing elementary schools. 

 

Will Jorgensen, Class of 2024
Hometown: Portland, ME
Major: Undecided/Computer Science
Involvements: No Involvements YET! 

 

 

Kate Lusignan, Class of 2021
Hometown: Hermon, ME
Major: English and Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
Involvements: I have been an editor at the Bowdoin Orient since my first year (I am now the editor-in-chief). I have participated in the McKeen Center’s mentoring program since my first year and I led first year Orientation trips during my sophomore and junior year. I also worked at the library! 

 

Abby Gonneville, Class of 2021
Hometown: Madawaska, ME
Major(s)/Minor: Double major in Government & Legal Studies and Sociology with a minor in Gender, Sexuality & Women's Studies
Involvements: Senior Interviewer for Admissions, Writing Assistant with the BCLT, TA for an Anthropology class, Bowdoin Votes volunteer, Aspirations in Maine volunteer, Bowdoin Public Service in Washington, and Student Appeals & Grievances Committee (Bowdoin Student Government)

Quick Facts

  • 1,980 students in the student body
  • 9% of the Class of 2023 are Maine residents
  • 50 US states and 42 foreign countries represented
  • 70 Maine high schools represented
  • 100% of students with demonstrated financial need receive aid
  • $49,250 is the average Bowdoin grant (Class of 2023)
  • 50% of the Class of 2023 receives financial aid
  • $0 is the amount of student loans in financial aid packages