Living in the Neighborhood

People enjoying Orono Village Festval on Mill Street

Living off campus can often mean moving to a new neighborhood.
It is important to get to know your neighbors and  be aware of the general  lifestyles and expectations of those you share the neighborhood with. CNTSP has compiled a few  tips you may want to consider as  a good neighbor.

Safety in your off-campus home.

Leaving your off-campus home over break.

People sitting outside Verve, a restaurant in Orono

During the Holiday Season

Halloween is coming!

Decorating for the winter holidays!

Renters Fair

Tuesday March 10, 2020


Location: Memorial Union Atrium

Information Sessions

Commuter Lounge/Wade Center, Memorial Union

Time(s): TBD

CNTSP  offers Renters Information Sessions during the week of the UMaine Renters Fair. These sessions  will assist students who  are considering living off campus to  make the right housing choice that suits their lifestyle. Topics covered include: knowing the neighborhood, choosing a housemate, planning your budget and more. Drop by the Commuter Lounge for one of the Renters Information Sessions. CNTSP staff and  current commuter students will share tips and resources  that will help you choose the right housing and live successfully in your new neighborhood.

Be sure to check in with the Orono Town Hall for specific information about parkingpublic transit, garbage, recycling, safety codes and noise ordinances for Orono or the Town Hall for nearby townships.