We Are Open

In these challenging times, we wanted to reach out and let you know the Student Life office is open and ready to provide support. The Student Life suite in the Memorial Union is open Monday through Friday from 10am to 3pm. Access to the Memorial Union is limited to only faculty, staff, and students but please know that we are available if you need assistance. We are available by phone during business hours at 207.581.1406 and are also available through our department email um.studentlife@maine.edu. We are compiling a list of resources you might fine helpful at our COVID Resource page. Please stay safe. We are here for you. Go Blue!

Welcome to The University of Maine and Student Life.

Dr. Robert DanaOur staff is dedicated to helping students adjust to college life, get the most out of their college experience, and partner to make our university community a better place for all its members to live, study and work.

We all have a part in determining whether each of us can achieve personal and academic success. Your participation in the remarkably broad range of programs and activities Student Life offers can make a huge difference in the lives of the general student community. UMaine is justifiably proud of the role students play in the life of the institution, and I hope you will become an active part of this Black Bear tradition.

Let me conclude by offering a special welcome to our newest students. All of us in Student Life hope your time at UMaine is filled with challenge, satisfaction, and SUCCESS. We all look forward, as well, to new partnerships with you!

Robert Q. Dana
Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students
rdana@maine.edu

University of Maine School of Law Will Host Conversations on Racial Injustice
First Public Forum – June 19, 2020, 12:00 – 1:00 pm

The University of Maine School of Law will host several virtual public forums designed to examine the racism in our laws and institutions, and to discuss specific policies and practices that could be implemented by local communities and the government to facilitate change through law.

The first in the series will take place at noon on Juneteenth on Racial Injustice: Reimagining Policing and Public Safety.

Your Future Begins Today!

Covid-19 Disruption of Summer Employment and Internships
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Free Resilience Badge Offer for University of Maine System Students

Follow this link to register for a FREE 21st century skill Resilience Badge!