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Unity College: Sky Lodge is the latest expression of Unity College’s enterprise approach to higher education. Sky Lodge, an exquisite and historic property with more than 150 acres, was donated to Unity College by the Couri Foundation in 2018. At Sky Lodge, students have experiential education such as retreats and workshops, research, and hands-on experience running a business. Learn more, here.
TERRAIN is Unity College’s approach to creating a distinctively immersive First Two Year (F2Y) experience for its residential students. The TERRAIN approach is based on the expeditionary model of learning where students, faculty and staff are immersed in extended learning projects that require integrated learning, teamwork, and resilience. TERRAIN is slated to launch in Fall 2020.
Designed to integrate the growing number of Unity College properties into a seamless learning experience, U-Go is Unity College’s Shuttle Service. Officially launching in Fall 2018, the free shuttle service allows students and employees to travel from the Flagship Student Center to the Unity College Center for the Arts (UCCA), the McKay Farm and Research Station, Waterville, Bangor, and Unity College: Sky Lodge. Learn more, here.
At the McKay Farm and Research Station students learn invaluable business management and administrative skills necessary to operate a successful agricultural business. The Washington Post featured the McKay Farm as a positive example of how institutions can increase revenue while providing educational experiences for its students. View the 2018 End of Year Report.