Accepted! What’s next?

Accepted! What’s next?


You’re one step closer to becoming an UMPI Owl!  To secure your spot for the upcoming semester simply follow the steps below.

If you have any questions along the way don’t hesitate to reach out to the Admissions Team–we are here to help!


  • Pay your $50 Tuition Deposit
    • Log into your MaineStreet Account and follow the instructions there.
    • Simply call Nancy in our Admissions Office at 207.768.9532 (Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.) and she can take your debit or credit card information right over the phone.


  • Activate your MaineStreet Account (Skip this step if you have already set up your account)
    • Email UMPI Admissions at: umpi-admissions@maine.edu to get your login information and step by step instructions for setting up your account.


  • Submit your Immunization Records
    • All degree seeking students attending in person must submit proof of immunization for the following:
      • Two MMR’s (Measles, Mumps and Rubella)
      • TD (Tetanus/Diphtheria – within the past 10 years)
    • Immunization records can be sent directly to the Admissions Office by fax, email or US postal mail.


  • Register for Accepted Students Day held in April each year
    Register Here


  • Sign up for an Individual Campus Visit (Skip this step if you have already visited campus.)
    Sign Up Here


STEP 7: Verify that your finances are in order

  • US Students complete and submit your FAFSA
  • Canadian Students
    • Affidavit of Support for students taking classes in person
      Canadian Affidavit of Support
    • Online students are not required to submit an Affidavit of Support

STEP 8: Research Learning Experience

  • UPDATE! UMPI is piloting a new program ahead of orientation for first-year students–our Research Learning Experience. UMPI’s RLE program, which includes a 3-day bridge experience Aug. 23-25 and coursework during the fall, and will give you real, hands-on, professor-guided research opportunities during your first year of college. Rooms and meals will be free for first-year students during the 3-day bridge.