Welcome to Housing Services
ROOM ASSIGNMENTS AVAILABLE JULY 1
Room assignments may be viewed online (myHousing) on or after July 1. If you have submitted a housing application and do not see the “check my assignment” button on July 1 when you log in to myHousing, it means you have not yet been assigned. New first-year students who applied for housing and/or confirmed admission after May 1 may be assigned to a temporary triple. If you see one roommate name when you check your assignment, you are assigned to a double room and will not be in a temporary triple. If you see two roommates when you check your assignment, this means you are assigned to a temporary triple. We will be working to de-triple rooms through the summer, so your assignment may change. Please check back weekly after July 13 to see if your triple has been reassigned as a double room.
Please contact us via e-mail at email@example.com if you have questions about your assignment. Due to the high volume of calls at this time of year, we are not always able to return calls quickly and e-mail is a more efficient way to get answers to your questions. Thank you.
FALL 2015 HOUSING APPLICATION – new First-Year and Transfer students for Fall 2015
The Fall 2015 housing application is now available. Click on Fall Housing for New Students or Fall Housing for Transfer students. Please apply as early as possible.
RETURNING STUDENTS – Apply for housing
Returning current residents may apply for housing by logging in to “myHousing” at right with MaineStreet logon and password to access the housing application. Current residents with applications on file will be assigned as space becomes available.
If you are an 0ff-campus student and wish to live on campus for 2015-2016, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can set you up to apply for housing. Off-campus students will be assigned as space becomes available.
CONTACT HOUSING SERVICES
If you have a question regarding on-campus housing at UMaine, please send an e-mail to email@example.com for a faster response during business hours. We may not be able to get back to you by phone in the same day due to a high volume of phone traffic. Thank you!
General Housing Information
The University of Maine provides on-campus housing in 17 residence halls. Options include traditional undergraduate residence halls for first year and upperclass residents, suite style living for upperclass residents, graduate housing, and several living/learning lifestyle options.
For Fall 2015-Spring 2016:
The First Year Experience (FYE) program is for first year students assigned to the following halls:
- Balentine (Honors – upperclass and first-year)
- Colvin (Honors – upperclass and first-year)
- Penobscot (Honors – first-year)
Traditional housing halls for upperclass students
- Aroostook – sophomores
- Estabrooke – Juniors and Seniors
- Kennebec (Transfer Living Community on 3rd and 4th floor) – sophomores on 1st and 2nd floor
- Hancock – sophomores
- Hart – sophomores
- DTAV (suite-style) – Juniors and Seniors
- Patch (suite-style) – Juniors and Seniors
- Oak (all singles) – Juniors and Seniors
- Stodder (graduate housing)
For Fall 2015, halls will open for new and transfer students on Friday, August 28, 2015. Returning students may check in on Sunday, August 30, 2015.
For Spring 2016, halls will open on Monday, January 18, 2016 for new and returning students.
Questions regarding on-campus housing at UMaine? Check this site to see if your question can be answered here. If not, please e-mail the Housing Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To stay current with the latest information and updates from Housing Services we encourage you to bookmark this Web site. The Office of Housing Services also suggests that you review as many web sites as possible on the A to Z Directory of the University of Maine website, including the following:
- Residence Life
- Dean of Students
- Off-Campus Housing
- UMaine Dining
- Cutler Health Center
- MaineCard Services
- Bursar’s Office
- Financial Aid
- Academic Program Fact Sheets
Students who present with physical or psychological disabilities that are documented by a qualified medical provider may request special housing/dining accommodations by following the Housing Meal Plan Modifications Procedure revised 11-6-14. To request accommodations please contact Disability Support Services, and submit to them the completed Housing Doc of Need Form revised 07-02-2015 , voice 207.581.2319 e-mail email@example.com, fax 207 581-9420.
MicroFridge® (combination microwave & refrigerator)
The MicroFridge® Appliance is approved for use in University of Maine residence halls. This is the only option if you would like BOTH a microwave and a refrigerator for your on-campus room. For more information and to rent or buy a MicroFridge®, please visit the UMaine-approved University Logistics website.
You can also call Unversity Logistics with any questions about the MicroFridge® or ordering information to the MicroFridge® Student Rental Call Center at 1.800.525.7307.
To view the latest PDF of the MicroFridge® brochure, please click MFBrochureFinal3-13-14.
The University of Maine does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, including transgender status and gender expression, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, genetic information or veteran status in employment, education, and all other programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies: Director, Office of Equal Opportunity, 101 North Stevens Hall, 207.581.1226.