You've taken that first step from high school student, to becoming a college student. Now that you've been accepted and you're getting ready to start college, you need to take a few more steps before registering for classes.
- Pay Tuition Deposit
- Submit Immunization Records
- Submit Affidavit of Support
- Take Placement Tests (if required)
- Submit Final Transcripts
- Activate UMPI Email and MaineStreet Portal
- Register For Classes
- 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 allow you to register. Payments can be made online, through the MaineStreet Student Services Center, mailed to the Admissions Office, or call the office with your Visa, MasterCard or Discover credit card. The deposit will be credited to the first semester bill.
Submit Immunization Records
According to Maine State Law, students enrolled in a degree program, full or part-time, need to show proof of immunization. Registration cannot be completed until that has been verified by the Health Office. You must submit a photocopy of your school health record or an immunization record your healthcare provider supplied. If you don't have official documentation, you must get immunized before enrolling in or attending classes. This can be faxed to (207-768-9777), dropped off or mailed to the Admissions Office.
Submit Affidavit of Support
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 Blackstone at 207-768-9777.
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.
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.
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 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 or can't find that letter? If you do, call the Computer Help Desk at 207-768-9626.
Register For Classes
- Paid tuition deposit
- Submitted immunization records
- Activated MaineStreet account
- Taken placement tests (if necessary)
If you have done all four of the tasks above, then you are ready to make a registration appointment. “Steps to Register” will be mailed to you. Please be sure to watch your mailbox for this important information.
If you plan to live on campus and/or buy a meal plan, you'll need to fill out the correct forms that were included in your acceptance packet. They can also be found online at www.umpi.edu/current-students/residence-life/room-selection. 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.
It's the responsibility of UMPI's Security and Safety Department to ensure the health and safety of students, as well as staff, faculty and guests.