Tuition and Fees
REMINDER: All students must complete the Financial Responsibility Statement (FRS) before enrolling in classes at any campus of the University of Maine System. The FRS may be accepted by going to your MaineStreet Student Center and clicking on the Financial Responsibility Statement link in the “To Do” list.
- Summer 2017 Tuition & Fees
- Fall 2017 – Spring 2018 Undergraduate
- Fall 2017 – Spring 2018 Graduate
- University Fees
- Program and Course Fees
- Distance Education Fees
- Room and Board Information
- Net Price Calculator
Members or Veterans of the US Armed Forces
A current member of the United States Armed Forces or a Veteran of the United States Armed Forces who has been honorably discharged will be billed at the in-state (Maine resident) tuition rate.
Veterans must supply a DD214, Certificate of eligibility for GI bill, or Military ID card. Active duty members must supply a copy of their Military ID card.
All dependents using a GI Bill are billed at the in-state (Maine resident) tuition rate.
Please visit Veterans’ Education and Transition Services for more information.
Non-Resident E-Tuition Rate
The E-Tuition Rate applies to out-of-state students enrolled in a fully online degree or certificate program. Some exceptions apply.
Visit UMaine Online: Tuition and Fees for more information about the E-tuition rate.
All costs listed on this website are subject to change in the event of changes in costs, or state and legislative action. The University reserves the right to make adjustments to charges billed to the students account as may be necessary in the opinion of the Board of Trustees up to the date of final registration for a given academic term. Please know that the student acknowledges this reservation and agrees to the financial terms and conditions of The University by the submission of an application or by registration.