Summer Housing

Summer 2021 Housing

Eligibility: Students must be at least 17 years of age and enrolled in one or more Summer University classes on campus or be a departmentally-sponsored research student. Housing is only authorized for the duration of the class or research. If a student is solely working a summer job on campus, they are ineligible for summer housing.

Inclusive Dates: May 8–August 21, 2021

Residence Halls: The regular 2021 Summer Housing building is Hancock Hall, a traditional style residence hall and for the summer is comprised of double as a single rooms and double rooms with two people in them.  A limited meal plan of $50 in Summer Dining Funds is required to live in summer housing. The Bear’s Den in the Student Union will be available for meal purchases. Please see UMaine Dining for the latest hours of operation.

Rates: 

  • Double-Single Room with MicroChill and $50 Summer Dining Funds – $300/week
  • Double Room with roommate, MicroChill, and $50 Summer Dining Funds – $232/week

Our Graduate student summer housing is Stodder Hall, a traditional style residence hall. Graduate students are on their own for food and meal purchases.

  • Graduate Single Room with MicroChill and comfy chair -$250/week
  • Graduate Small Single Room with MicroChill – $200/week
  • Graduate Double with a roommate and MicroChill – $182/week

Dining: Regular Summer Housing students receive $50 Summer Dining Funds per week living on campus in a lump sum at the start of their stay and is required. The Bear’s Den in the Student Union is available for food and meal plan purchases on campus during the summer. Please see UMaine Dining for the latest hours of operation.

Billing: Billing is based on a weekly fee as described above. This includes the room, microwave/refrigerator combo unit, $50 Summer Dining Funds per week, WIFI service, and $2.50 laundry funds per week. The billing week is defined as Sunday through Saturday.

Linen and Toiletries: Students must provide their own toiletries. If a student does not bring their own linen, Linen Kits may be purchased for an additional $10/week fee. Linen Kits include a blanket, pillow, pillowcase, sheets, bath towel, wash cloth, and hand towel laundered weekly during stay.

Special Accommodations: If you are a person with special housing needs, please contact the Student Accessibility Office directly at um.sas@maine.edu. They will work with our Housing Services staff to accommodate your needs.

Room Assignments: Room assignments will be made by the Summer Housing Office and e-mailed to the student along with Reception Desk hours in a confirmation email that will be sent following receipt of the application for summer housing.

Please Note: Students assigned to a given room will be held financially responsible for damages beyond normal wear and tear to the room and/or furnishings.  The student agrees to pay all fees specified, to comply with all rules and regulations of the University of Maine, the provisions of the Student Handbook, the terms and conditions of this agreement, the Guide to Campus Living, and any addendum.  Failure to fulfill any of the terms of the above may lead to termination of this agreement, removal from University housing, and referral to the University Office of Community Standards.  The University may immediately remove a student from the residence halls if the student presents a danger to safety or property.

Summer Housing UMaine Student Application

UMaine Student Summer Housing Application

Summer Housing Visiting Student Application

Visiting Student Summer Housing Application