Faculty is required to make allowances for students to make up work or exams missed for legitimate absences. Make-up exams may be of a different type from those administered during class, or may be delayed to the end of the semester.
MAINE CAMPUS, THE – See http://www.mainecampus.com/
MAINECARD OFFICE – See http://www.umaine.edu/mainecard/
MAINESTREET (FORMERLY KNOWN AS PEOPLESOFT) – See https://peportal.maine.edu/psp/PAPRD89/EMPLOYEE/EMPL/h/?tab=PAPP_GUEST
The function of the Math Lab is to provide students in math classes supplementary help with their homework assignments. The lab is also equipped with computers and math software. It is located in Neville Hall.
MENTOR PROGRAM See also CAREER CENTER
The Maine Mentor Program, co-sponsored by the Career Center and the Alumni Association links students wishing to gain first-hand career information with alumni in a variety of career fields. Advantages of face-to- face information gathering interviews include opportunities to explore connections between academic majors and career fields, to receive feedback about entry-level opportunities, to understand the screening and hiring practices of businesses and organizations, and to network in preparation for a job search.
MILITARY DEPARTMENT (ROTC, ARMY) – See http://www2.umaine.edu/ArmyROTC/
MILITARY DEPARMTENT (ROTC, NAVY) – See http://nrotc.mma.edu/
Students do not receive degree credit for military science courses (Army or Navy ROTC) until they are in their junior year. (A maximum of 10 hours of advanced level military science courses may count towards the 120 degree hour requirement for the B.A. Degree).
Students are free to select one or more minor areas of study from approved lists published in the Undergraduate Catalog. Students completing all the published requirements for a minor will have the minor noted on their official transcript but not on the diploma. Student’s minors will not be awarded prior to the verification of degree earned regardless of when the requirements are met.
MULTI·CAMPUS NOTIFICATION FORM – See AWAY STATUS
MULTICULTURAL (AFFAIRS) PROGRAMS
Multicultural Programs is a comprehensive office within the Division of Student Affairs, providing services and support for the University of Maine multicultural student populations. The office is committed to celebrating diversity and empowering students through education, leadership and campus and community involvement. The office holds a unique campus and institution-wide responsibility toward the promotion and advocacy of pluralism. The Office of Multicultural Programs extends its services beyond the University of Maine campus and strives to integrate multicultural student involvement in the local region, and statewide through participation in education projects, social programs and celebrations of diversity.
MUSEUMS – UNIVERSITY OF MAINE ART MUSEUM, PAGE FARM MUSEUM, HUDSON MUSEUM
Established in 1946 as the University of Maine Art Collection, the museum of Art offers to the public an ambitious program of over twenty exhibitions a year in five galleries, as well as access to nearly 30% of the over 5000 works of art in the permanent collection, including paintings, watercolors, prints, drawings, photographs, sculptures, and other media, in offices and other public spaces on campus. The Museum is now located on Harlow Street in Bangor.