The University of Maine Admissions office has all the information new students will need to launch their program of study.
Your Advisor: A Valuable Resource
Who is my advisor?
Your advisor’s name can be found by logging on to your Student Center on MaineStreet. Look for the Advisor Section on the bottom right hand corner of the screen.
What is the role of my advisor?
Advisors provide information about program requirements, policies, procedures and deadlines, and help guide your course of study. Your advisor should be available to meet with you throughout the semester by establishing consistent advising hours and by responding to your phone and email queries within a reasonable time frame.
In turn, your advisor expects you: to prepare for advising sessions by making a list of issues you wish to discuss; to show up for your appointments (or notify him/her if for some reason you can not keep your appointment); and to learn about program requirements.
The Advisor’s Handbook has a lot of valuable information for both advisors and advisees. Students can get a sense of what they can expect from their advisor, as well as what their advisor expects from them by reading this section of the handbook.
Student Support Services
Do you need help? Student Support Services has a wonderful page that lists key administrative offices, campus support centers, campus involvement opportunities, and more.
Your source for information regarding UMaine academics, policies, and regulations.
The Tutor Program, a part of the University’s College Success Programs, provides small group tutoring for UMaine students who need academic assistance in 100 and 200 level, non-web based courses.
The Writing Center provides feedback on written work for all University of Maine students, faculty, and staff.
The Career Center
The Career Center’s mission is to help you identify and reach your career goals.