Residence Halls

The University of Maine campus has 19 different residence facilities, providing a wide variety of building and community styles to meet students’ needs. These include 17 residence halls and two buildings that house apartment or suite-style living. Plan your room by viewing room and hall videos, room layouts and measurements in the links below!

First Year Experience (FYE) program Residence Halls

  • Androscoggin
    • Second floor–Explorations; first year*
    • Fourth floor–Green Living; first year
  • Aroostook
    • First and second floors–Substance Free; all years
    • Third and fourth floors–Prism+; all years*
  • Balentine: Honors–all years
  • Colvin: Honors–all years
  • Cumberland
  • Gannett
    • Fourth floor–Leave Your Print; first year
  • Kennebec
    • Third and fourth floors: Outdoor Adventure–all years
  • Knox
    • Fourth floor–The Global Neighborhood; first year*
  • Oxford
    • First floor–School of Nursing; first year*
    • Second floor–Engineering & Technology; first year
    • Fourth floor–Support for Science Students; first year
  • Penobscot: Honors–all years
  • Somerset
  • York
    • First floor; first year

Traditional Residence Halls for Upperclass Students

  • Aroostook
    • First and second floors–Substance Free; all years
    • Third and fourth floors–Prism+; all years*
  • DTAV (suite-style)
    • Third and fourth year students
      • Limited second year availability in Lown and Smith
  • Estabrooke
    • Third and fourth year students
      • Honors section on part of third floor
    • Third and fourth floors
      • Limited two room doubles
      • Limited deluxe singles
  • Hancock
    • Ground floor–limited doubles as singles, limited to women*
    • All other floors–Second year
  • Hart: Second year
  • Kennebec: Third and fourth floors–Outdoor Adventure; all years
  • Oak (all singles): Third and fourth year
  • Patch (suite-style): Third and fourth year
  • Stodder: Graduate student housing
  • York
    • Limited double-single rooms*
    • Fourth floor–Transfer Living Community

All students who request Substance Free Housing are assigned to the first and second floors of Aroostook Hall, regardless of class standing.

More information on Themed Communities

*New for fall semester 2020