Last updated on February 4, 2021
COVID-19-related Resources for the University of Maine Graduate Community
Connect With Us
The Graduate School’s lobby is open to visitors on a limited schedule:
Tuesday & Thursday
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Visitors will be required to wear face masks when entering the lobby.
Staying Healthy Together
If you or people you know in the University of Maine community have concerns about COVID-19 symptoms, close contact, or a positive test:
Spring 2021 Return
- living in residence halls,
- taking, teaching or supporting face-to-face classes,
- working in labs or offices on campus or at UMaine facilities statewide, or
- planning to regularly be on campus this semester
- Phase six: February 1
The Maine CDC reports community spread of COVID-19 is on the rise in Maine. All of the efforts that all of you are making to stay safe, to stay away from campus if you have symptoms, to use face coverings, and to participate in testing are more critical now than ever. Continue to avoid gatherings, follow the guidance or requirements of civil authorities, and seek out medical care or further testing when warranted. Please be mindful when arriving from outside the state of Maine that quarantine or testing requirements will apply to you. Please also do your utmost to keep your loved ones and communities safe if you are moving about or visiting with others.
External Agency Testing Information
As a courtesy, below you will find additional information from local healthcare providers on how to schedule a COVID-19 test. Students choosing to be tested by an external healthcare provider must email the results to firstname.lastname@example.org before returning to campus.
Northern Light Health
895 Union Street, Bangor
NLH COVID-19 drive-thru testing:
Penobscot Community Health Care
242 Brunswick Street, Old Town
Call ahead: 207.404.8100 | Option #5
PCHC COVID-19 testing information:
543 Broadway, Bangor
Phone: 833.263.0131 or sign up online: