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Liberal Studies Program: Liberal Studies Advisors

This guide provides detailed information about the Liberal Studies A.A. program, including more about the Block Transfer program, FAQs, and transfer to four-year universities.

Liberal Studies Faculty Advisors

Your Liberal Studies Faculty Academic Advisor can offer advice and direction in planning your academic schedule and can help connect you to other college resources. 

Dr. Dianne Fallon, English Department Chair, Office B217, (207) 216 4357,

Sam Kelley, Mathematics Faculty, B214,,(207) 216-4365

Mr. Dave Magee, Math Department Chair, B215, (207) 216-4364,


Ms. Jen Mallett, Math Department Faculty, B219, (207) 216-4380,

Dr. Wesley Mills, English/Humanities Faculty, B105L, (207) 216-4359,

Dr. Lisa Murphy, Social Sciences Faculty, B216, (207) 216-4362,

Dr. Maria Niswonger, Science Department Chair, Office B215 (207) 216-4363,

Mr. Dave Susman, Humanities Department Chair, B105G, (207) 216-4358,

Transfer Advisors & Counselors

Transfer and Career Services at YCCC, based in Student Affairs, can help guide you through the transfer process. 

In addition, transfer counselors from many four-year colleges and universities make regular visits to YCCC to consult with students by appointment. The University of Southern Maine transfer counselor visits each month. Stop by or call the Student Affairs Office to make an appointment.

If you are interested in a specific institution, we highly recommend making an appointment with a transfer counselor early in your academic career, as he/she can point you to specific courses required at a particular institution.

For more information on transfer resources, including the current schedule of visiting transfer counselors, visit the Transfer and Career Services website.