DTAV and Patch Process

2021–22 DTAV/Patch Suite Reservation and Assignment Process

Rising juniors and seniors are eligible to live in Doris Twitchell Allen Village (DTAV) or Patch Hall for the 2021-2022 academic year if they are currently enrolled in classes at UMaine, studying abroad for the Spring 2021 semester, or transferring in for the Fall 2021 semester and must have attained a minimum of 40 completed credit hours by December 31, 2020.

Patch Hall requires four-person groups with majority juniors and/or seniors. Groups may have one rising sophomore in their group provided they have no conduct issues with Residence Life.

DTAV requires five or six-person groups with majority juniors and/or seniors. Groups may have two rising sophomores in their group provided they have no conduct issues with Residence Life.

Groups of rising sophomores are permitted to apply for a DTAV suite. These groups must have 5 or 6 majority sophomore students and no conduct issues with Residence Life. Sophomore groups are permitted to have juniors or seniors in their group, as well.

Individuals, pairs, or trios may apply for a suite and will be considered after all full groups are assigned.

Patch suite options

Proposed room rates for academic year 2021-2022

  • 4-person: 4 single bedrooms
  • 4-person: 2 double bedrooms
  • There are two suites that have 2 single bedrooms and 1 double bedroom
DTAV suite options

Proposed room rates for academic year 2021-2022

  • 5-person: 2 double bedrooms and 1 single bedroom
  • 6-person: 2 double bedrooms and 2 single bedrooms

Suites may be coed. If a vacancy occurs in a coed suite at any time, it is the responsibility of the remaining residents to fill the vacancy or pay an additional room fee to cover the cost of the vacancy. Partial coed group applications will not be accepted.

If you have questions regarding this process, contact us.

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