Room Sign Up

Current residents who missed online room sign up: There is still space available! Please log in to myHousing with your MaineStreet username and password and submit the housing application. Log in to myHousing

If you have a specific housing request, please contact us.

Roommate SelectionMy College Roomie roommate matching software logo

Use My College Roomie to find your perfect roommate!

  1. Confirm your admission to UMaine
  2. Complete your housing application in myHousing

Once you have completed these tasks, an invitation will be sent to your UMaine email address. It prompts you to create a profile in My College Roomie.

  • Please note: Your ability to log into MCR will not be active until the invitation email is sent.

Room With a Friend

Simply log into MCR, complete a profile, answer some questions, then request to match up with your preferred roommate.

Room With Someone New

Log into MCR, create a profile, and complete the questionnaire. Then you can look at other student’s profiles and view your compatibility. You can send messages to any or all of your suggested matches to connect further.  When you’ve decided, request each other as roommates.

Need help or want to check it out before you jump in? Visit the My College Roomie support/solutions page to find a ton of videos on how the program works, how to get started, and more! If you still have questions, submit a help ticket from the support page.

New for Fall 2020

Housing Services and Residence Life have worked together on some exciting new initiatives for Fall 2020.


The Prism+ community will be housed on the third and fourth floors of Aroostook Hall. This will be a blended group of first-year and upperclass students who identify as members of, or allies to, the LGBTQ+ community and seek an environment where they can celebrate and explore their identities safely, openly, and as part of a welcoming community.

Doubles Rooms as SinglesYork double single from door

York Hall will offer a limited number of double-single rooms on the second and third floors. The fourth floor will continue to house the Transfer Living Community.
Hancock Hall will have sixteen double as single rooms, available to women only. These will be located in rooms 62–77.

Outdoor Adventure

The third and fourth floors of Kennebec Hall will remain the home of the Outdoor Adventure community.

Substance Free Housing

The first two floors of Aroostook Hall are reserved for substance free housing. This is available to all students.

For more details on themed communities, visit Residence Halls.