Each residence hall room is equipped with a working telephone jack. However, students must provide their own touch tone phone. CallPilot Mail Students living in the resident halls will also have access to a CallPilot Voice Mailbox. This mailbox is like having an answering machine attached to your telephone. CallPilot provides the capability to send and receive confidential messages 24 hours a day from anywhere on or off campus.
Students’ official academic records are maintained in the Office of Student Records. Transcripts of these records are not furnished to individuals, other institutions, or prospective employers without the written consent of the student concerned. Each graduate will receive a complimentary official transcript with their diploma. Students may request an “unofficial” transcript at any time through MaineStreet or by contacting the Office of Student Records.
Once during a student’s association with the University, after suspension, dismissal, provisional dismissal, changing college, entering a transition status, or withdrawal, the dean of the college in which he/she becomes enrolled may exclude from the calculation of the student’s accumulative grade point average all grades received during one or more semester(s) immediately prior to suspension, provisional dismissal, dismissal, changing college entering a transition status, or withdrawal.
The University of Maine is committed to recognizing as much transfer credit as possible while applying the same quality standards used for admission and continuing academic progress. Although all credit awarded is recorded on transcripts, colleges and departments within the University may impose limitations on the applicability of some credit to degree requirements. The evaluation of transfer credit, for both collegiate transfer credit and prior learning forms of study, is completed through the academic dean’s office of the candidate’s undergraduate college after admission to the University. University policy states that all incoming courses need to be offered from a Regionally Accredited College or University.
TUITION – See BILLS
The College Success Program provides free tutoring for students in 100- and 200-level courses. Students need to contact the office in Dunn Hall early in the semester to signup for tutoring services. Call 581-2351 or visit http://www.umaine.edu/tutorprogram/