You've been Accepted to the University of Maine at Presque Isle!
Wondering what steps are next in this exciting, new adventure? Listed on this page is all the information you need to know about becoming a new student at UMPI--if you have any questions along the way, please be sure to contact the Admissions Office! We are here to help!
- Pay Tuition Deposit
- Immunization Records
- Take Placement tests (if required)
- Activate UMPI Email and MaineStreet Portal
- Attend Accepted Student Day
- Register For Classes
- Submit Final High School Transcripts
- Submit Housing Contract
Pay Tuition Deposit
After being accepted, you are required to pay a $50 tuition deposit. This will hold your place in the upcoming classes and is a MUST before registering for classes. Payments can be made online, through the MaineStreet Student Services Center, mailed to the Admissions Office, or paid by phone with your Visa, MasterCard or Discover credit card (207.768.9532). The deposit will be credited to the first semester bill. Deposits are refundable before May 1.
Submit Immunization Records
You must submit a photocopy of your immunization records. Mail them in, drop them off, or fax them to 207.768.9777. Registration cannot be completed until your records have been verified by the Health Office.
Maine State Law requires students that are enrolled in a degree program, full or part-time, show proof of immunization. To be compliant with State of Maine Immunization Laws, you need to have received two MMRs (Measles, Mumps and Rubella, the first being AFTER your first birthday AND have a TD (Tetanus/Diptheria) within the past 10 years.
All students who have no record of college level coursework in reading, writing and math must take placement tests in these areas before registering for classes. Students with SAT scores of 500 or higher in critical reading will be exempt from the reading and writing tests; scores of 500 or higher in math exempts students from the math test.
You may take your placement tests at UMPI or at a nearby high school, community college, university or satellite campus that agrees to proctor the test. To make arrangements to take your placement test, please contact Kathryn Higgins at .
Submit Affidavit of Support (non U.S. citizens only)
The Affidavit of Support Form verifies your willingness to financially commit to attending the University of Maine at Presque Isle and requires evidence that you have funding available to the meet the total expenses of one academic year. The Affidavit of Support is included in your acceptance packet and is also available to download here. This form will be used to issue the student's Form I-20. Form I-20's are mailed out 90 days before the start of school. Please return this form by faxing to Jessica Winslow at 207.768.9777.
Activate UMPI Email and MaineStreet Portal
If you haven't already, you'll need to activate your maine.edu email account. You'll use the MaineStreet Portal to receive important information about financial aid, campus housing, registration, billing and student services and to update your personal information. If you did not activate your UMS accounts when you applied, you'll have to activate it now by following the instructions that were included in your "Thank you for Applying" letter.
Questions? Can't find the letter? Login not working? Call the Computer Help Desk at 207-768-9626.
Attend Accepted Student Day
Meet your fellow classmates, get the lowdown on finances, tour campus, ask questions, shop in the bookstore and experience life as an UMPI student! Please be sure to watch your mailbox and your email for information regarding this exciting event.
Register for Classes
“Steps to Register” will be mailed to you. Please be sure to watch your mailbox for this important information.
Submit Final Transcripts
The University of Maine at Presque Isle must receive final high school transcripts, including your date of graduation. Major changes in academic performance may result in a withdrawal of our offer of admission.
If you plan to live on campus and/or buy a meal plan, you'll need to fill out the forms that were included in your acceptance packet. They can also be found on the Residence Life Website. Room assignment is based on the date the application is received, so we suggest that students submit their housing application before May 31st. If you have any questions, check out the Residence Life section of our website, or call Jannie Durr, Assistant Director of Residence Life, at 207-768-9706.