Maine State Law requires all full and part-time degree-seeking students born after December 31, 1956, submit proof of adequate immunization. Students must submit proof of:
- two (2) doses of immunization against measles (rubeola), mumps, and rubella (MMR) received after (not on) the first birthday after December 31, 1956; and
- one dose of immunization against tetanus/diphtheria received within the last ten years.
Meningitis immunization is not required but is strongly recommended. If you have received a Meningitis vaccine, please forward that documentation so it may be indicated on your record.
Records of immunization are REQUIRED to be signed or stamped from one or more of the following sources:
- your health care provider (request an official Immunization Report)
- your high school health care records (signed by a school official)
- your previous college
- your military base or VA health care provider.
Mail or fax signed or stamped records to: Immunization Records, Shared Processing Center, P.O. Box 412, Bangor, ME 04402-0412, 207-561-3430. Make certain the record includes the student’s full name and date of birth.
Please direct any questions or concerns to the Office of Student Records, 207-581-1299.
This grade means that the instructor has postponed the assignment of a final grade to allow the student to complete specific work not turned in before the end of the semester. Instructors assign the “I” grade only when they are persuaded that events beyond the student’s control prevented the completion of assigned work on time.
The Office of International Programs promotes international education on campus, coordinates study abroad opportunities, and provides services to foreign nationals who are at the University as students, researchers, faculty or visiting scholars. Specifically, the OIP is responsible for undergraduate international admissions processing and decisions; all of the University’s immigration work (F, J, H, visa processing); immigration advising; international orientation programs and support services; the Study Abroad Program and university partner exchanges; and sponsors or co-sponsors activities and programs to promote international awareness on campus and in the community.
Federal Financial aid regulations require that for any student who receives a grade of “L” for all classes during any semester, a “last date of attendance” must be determined with help from the student’s professors. For each course in which the student received a grade of “L” each professor is contacted to confirm the last date of attendance and/or examination. As a result, the student may be subject to an “Institutional Withdrawal” by the University for that semester, and the student’s financial aid award may have to be adjusted (pro-rated) retroactively.