UMaine provides on-campus housing in 19 residence halls. Options include traditional residence halls, suite style living, graduate housing, and several themed and living learning academic community options. Some residence halls also offer break housing allowing residents to stay continuously through winter and spring breaks.
- Self Selection Room Signup for current residents has closed, but students may log into MyHousing to complete the regular application and will be assigned by the Housing Office.
- Free Laundry in 2023–24: All residence halls on campus will offer free laundry this coming academic year!
First year residence requirement
The University of Maine requires all first year students to live on campus. All first-year students must submit a housing application. Living on campus supports student’s success in pursuit of their degree. It also provides students with valuable life experiences in a supportive environment.
Learn more about living on campus and first year student information by following this link https://umaine.edu/housing/home/first-year-student-info
Upper class students: Hancock Hall is now a double-single, break housing hall
We still have a limited number of discounted double-single rooms in * Hancock Hall for all upperclass students (rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors). $4,094 per semester – This is an annual discount of $900.
These rooms offer:
- Double room as a single (annual discount of $900)
- All furniture will stay in the room
- Opportunity to obtain the junior/senior meal plan in addition to the unlimited meal plans for sophomores
- Break Housing Hall
- More space, more privacy
- Close to athletics complexes and the river
- Only hall to offer double-singles
- Free laundry!
Student Accessibility Services
Students with physical or psychological disabilities may request special housing/dining accommodations. Documentation by a qualified medical provider is required. Student Accessibility Services provides adaptations including housing-related accommodations, testing accommodations, note takers, ordering alternate format texts, classroom relocation and advisement on disability issues. To request accommodations or learn more, contact Student Accessibility Services.