For Chairs and Directors:

The following forms and resources are up-to-date and specific to the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.



Payroll Forms

The University of Maine System maintains the most accurate and up-to-date Payroll Forms. To access Payroll Forms, you’ll need to:

  1. Login to the UMS myCampus portal.
  2. Under the Human Resources drop-down menu, click Employee Information.
  3. In the Human Resources Menu (upper left), click Payroll.
  4. In the Human Resources Menu (upper left), click Forms.

Reappointment, Tenure, Promotion, and Post-Tenure Review:

The University of Maine System contains the most up-to-date Tenure and Promotion application and supporting documents. Please visit the Tenure and Promotion section of the UMS site for the appropriate forms.

Request for Sabbatical or Unpaid Leave:

The application process for University Sabbatical funding occurs once per year, with a deadline in February. While AFUM guidelines stipulate only a six-month notice, there will be no central funding for spring-semester sabbatical requests that miss the February deadline, even if the request meets the AFUM deadline.

Providing a detailed plan for coverage of the faculty member’s responsibilities is crucial to the support of the leave. Chairs/Directors should use the Proposed Leave Coverage Plan Form for this purpose. A separate chair’s letter is unnecessary, though a Peer Committee recommendation is required for sabbatical requests.

Other Payroll Forms:

Office of Equal Opportunity

The University of Maine’s Office of Equal Opportunity maintains its own site and provides helpful information and many useful resources. However, some of the information contained on their site may be out-of-date and/or inaccurate.

Office of Human Resources

The University of Maine’s Office of Human Resources maintains its own site and provides helpful information and many useful resources. However, some of the forms and information contained on their site may be out-of-date and/or inaccurate.

Rising Tide Center

The University of Maine’s Rising Tide Center maintains its own site and provides helpful information and many useful resources. However, some of the forms and information contained on their site may be out-of-date and/or inaccurate.