Maine College of Art '14
Majoring in Printmaking
Member since 5/7/2012
The thing about this school is that its very small, and it is in the heart of the city so if you want to attend you pretty much have to live in the city. There are no transportation options that are specific to Maine college of art, but there is public transportation. The public transit(bus) it is not free for Students attending MECA but it is only one dollar and there is a stop right in front of and accross the street from MECA, there are multiple other stops only a couple of blocks away. The only other options are cabs.
Living in a City – Given the fact that Maine college of Art is located in the heart of a city (Portland) There isn't an available parking lot, and you probably wont find a close spot unless you want to run to the meter every 2 hrs. However, there are other options such as getting a parking pass that allows you to park in certain areas for free, and there are plenty of public parking lots but that can get expensive...honestly, if you are going to live in an apartment or in the dorm you don't even need a car.
Wonderful Computer Lab Facilities – At Maine college of art the computer labs are well equipped with high speed computers loaded with all sorts of useful programs, and working scanners and printers available for students use. In the event of any sort of malfunction, the tech crew are easily notifiable and are always quick to respond.
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