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Landing Boat Building is a private college located in Arundel, Maine in the Portland, ME Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 54 undergraduate students. The Landing Boat Building acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Mechanics and Repair, Marine Transportation, and Woodworking. Graduating 100% of students, Landing Boat Building alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $38,100.
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Athletic Division
Athletic Conference
286 River Rd
Arundel, ME 04046
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Acceptance Rate
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Application Fee
Neither required nor recommended
High School GPA
Neither required nor recommended


Net Price
$28,465/ year
Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.
Average Total Aid Awarded
$7,480/ year
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Basically every student leaving the school has found a job in almost no time pertaining to the field of the marine industry they were studying in. Its a smaller school so the personalized learning helps to prepare you for more real world interactions with other people in the marine industry. Also attending job and career fairs has many times led to job offers long before graduation of courses was completed. The prospects of all the courses upon completion are incredible and allow you to pursue opportunities in fields not just relating to the marine industry but many other industries as well. For example the composites and plastics course can land you a career in any company or industry that uses or specializes in them as part of their business foundation. The building and design courses can land you in any field that enlists the help of design programs or those with drafting experience and the marine systems course can lead to opportunities in most fields requiring the understanding and function of engines, their designs, what makes them tick, and also that of electrical workers and plumbing and heating specialists.
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It's a smaller school so the interaction with the financial advisors in the financial aid office is very personal and setting up appointments or holding conversations over the phone is easy, helpful, and not time consuming. They are very straight forward and will assist you in any way they can and will also take into account more personal information that information such as the FAFSA form and cannot tell them. The value of education received at my school given tuition costs is exponentially better than some marine systems and design schools I had looked into as it is cheaper, a much more personal experience, and offers the same degrees and alleys of expansion in the courses I was looking for as larger more well known marine industry based schools had.
Professors are all great there, all easy to get along with and teaching what they love. Class registration is the simplest I've ever seen, its a matter of getting information in, knowing what course you'd like to take and that's it, you're done. It was a very good experience as I was expecting much more stress to come with it. Workload doesn't feel like work so much as a real job which is a great experience as the skills taught are put directly to use the same day they are taught.