Space made for learning outside
Most of the Unity College campus is located within its 225 acres surrounded by woodlands and hills, with some additional facilities in and around the town of Unity, in Thorndike, and Moose River. They include residence halls, classrooms, research facilities, dining halls, student activity spaces, administrative buildings, a cultural center, a commercial greenhouse, and unique outside recreational areas.
New Additions and Renovations:
Renovations of Founders Hall South:
Students returned to campus Fall 2019 to find Founders Hall South newly renovated. A new student services center, base camp, and science lab were created as part of the extensive renovations of the first floor.
The historic hunting lodge and campus is located in the Somerset County town of Moose River, which is just north of Jackman, in the Moose River Valley. Built in 1929 as a hunting and fishing getaway for an executive from Port Chester, New York, and then purchased and renamed “Sky Lodge” by two former WWII airmen in the 1940s, the main lodge has been lovingly restored over the past decade to its original state. Other amenities on the more than 150 acres include a conference center, contemporary cabins for rental, a swimming pool, an antique auto museum, a model railroad museum, and hiking trails. Outdoor activities nearby include hiking, golfing, biking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, whitewater rafting, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and more.