Housing Information for Current Students
FALL ROOM ASSIGNMENTS AVAILABLE ONLINE MAY 16, 2013
Beginning May 16, 2013, all students assigned for fall may view room assignments by logging in to myHousing (at right) with a MaineStreet logon and password and clicking on the “check my assignment” button. If the button is not visible when logging in, it means a room has not yet been assigned. As the assignment process is ongoing, students who have not yet been assigned are advised to check again every few days.
Roommate and room change requests are not accepted at this time due to space limitations.
Limited space is still available for eligible returning students (Junior status for Fall 2013 or above) in upperclass suite-style housing. For information on upperclass suite-style housing, please click on Residence Halls (at right) and then click “On-Campus Apartments”. We will continue to assign returning students who are not eligible for suite-style housing as space becomes available through cancellations. Assignments are made based on date of application. Please note that on-campus housing is not guaranteed.
There are no single rooms available. We will continue to assign students on the Singles Waitlist as space becomes available; however, a single room assignment is not guaranteed. We are unable to accept requests to be place on the Singles Waitlist at this time.
DTAV/PATCH (Upperclass Suite-style housing) APPLICATION PROCESS
If you are eligible for DTAV/Patch suite-style housing, please submit a housing application online (if you have not done so) and sign and return the Living in the Village Agreement available below. Return the LVA either by fax to 207-581-3663 or by scanning it as a jpg or pdf and attaching it to an e-mail addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Indicate on the Living in the Village Agreement if you prefer to be assigned to a single bedroom within a suite (limited singles are available and are not guaranteed). Also, please indicate on the LVA your meal plan preference if it is different from what you submit on your housing application.
Living in the Village Agreement 2013 (required)
HOUSING DURING UNIVERSITY BREAKS
The upperclass halls open for all university breaks are York and DTAV/Patch. All other halls remain open for Fall Break and Thanksgiving Break, and are closed for the semester and spring breaks.
Maintenance Requests – please click here.
MicroFridge Rentals – please contact www.universitylogistics.com.
We enourage all residents to insure their personal belongings. Please check to see whether your personal belongings are covered by your family’s homeowner policy while you are enrolled. If not, please be aware that comprehensive, affordable property insurace specifically designed for college students is available. Contact www.collegestudentinsurance.com for information and rates.
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
- Residence Halls – general information about each residence hall
- Black Bear Dining
Housing Modification/Disability Access
- Residents who present medical or psychological conditions that are documented by a qualified medical provider may request special housing accommodations.
- Housing/Dining/Meal Plan Modification Procedure (PDF).
- Housing/Dining Documentation of Need Form (PDF).
- Requests are reviewed and upon approval reasonable accommodations will be made to meet the documented need.
- If you are a person with a disability and you need assistance with accommodations, please contact Ann Smith, Director of Disability Support Services, voice 207 581-2319, TTY 207 581-2325, or e-mail email@example.com.