Readmission to undergraduate programs at the University of Maine is accomplished through the dean’s office of the college to which the student seeks admission, not through the Office of Admissions. Students will be notified of readmission decisions by the dean’s offices.
The Student Recreation Center is a state of the art recreation and fitness center. Access is granted on a fee basis to student, faculty, staff and community members.
Student charges will be refunded to students who are withdrawing from the University of Maine System in accordance with the schedules and provisions set forth and listed on the Bursar’s website. Room and board refunds are made in accordance with the Residence and Dining academic year contract. The academic year contracts must be signed by each student living in a residence hall.
A registration hold is an action taken centrally to prevent a student from registering for classes. Students may call the Office of Student Records to determine the reason for the hold or view the reason in their Student Self Service in MaineStreet. The most common reasons are financial (outstanding bills) or immunization (failure to provide the proof of immunization required by Maine lay). Once the reason for the hold is determined, the office requesting the hold (usually the Bursar or Student Records) should be contacted to determine what needs to be done to remove it. Advisors can see the nature of the hold in MaineStreet.
The Deans of Students serve as an interface between University students and the religious community. The Deans assist individual students, student groups, local clergy, and encourages the participation by the different faith groups in University activities. For more information contact the Deans Suite at (207) 581-1406.
RESIDENCE LIFE – See http://umaine.edu/reslife/
Residence Life employs full-time, professional staff members who manage the day-to-day operations of the residence halls. This includes oversight of the Resident Assistant (RA) staff, addressing community concerns, and assisting residential students with personal, academic and social concerns. Concerns about residential first-year students can be referred to the First Year Center (207) 581-1420, while concerns about upper-class residential students can be referred to the Residence Life Office (207) 581-4801.
RESIDENCY RESIDENCY CLASSIFICATION
A student applying for admission to a degree program is classified as eligible, or not eligible, for in-state tuition at the time of acceptance to the University. A non-matriculated (non-degree) student is classified as eligible, or not eligible, for in-state tuition at the time of registration. The decision, made by the campus Chief Financial Officer, or other officials designated by the campus, shall be made based on information and documentation furnished by the student and other information available to the University.
RETURNING STUDENTS See also AWAY REGISTRATION and LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Students should file for student financial aid prior to returning to school. Please consult the Office of Student Financial Aid for details.
ROTC – See MILITARY SCIENCE