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3/19/2020 – Message from Dean of Students Matt Morrin to students

Hello UMPI Students,

I hope that Spring Break has given you a chance to recharge and prepare for the rest of the Spring semester, different as it may be for all of us due to COVID-19. I want you to know that your faculty and staff have been working very hard to get ready for your (virtual) return to classes on Wednesday, March 25.

To provide you with information and resources during this transition, we want to make sure you’re aware of the FAQ page we’ve set up. You can find it at https://www.umpi.edu/emergency/covid-19-faq/. When you get there, you’ll spot a brand new “Need Help?” button at the top of the page. If you have questions or concerns, just click that button and tell us what help you need so we can assist you. Finishing the Spring semester remotely is new territory for all of us, but our goal is to help you, no matter the problem.

We also want you to know that, despite the distance, we’ll continue to provide you with the assistance and support you need to have a successful semester. You can access tutoring, advising, and other office support through virtual means. Just call or email the following offices (and a Zoom meeting can be set up, if needed):

Advising
Please email your Professional Academic Advisor. If you’re not sure who that is, please call 207-768-9419.

Counseling
207-768-9613
ralph.mcpherson@maine.edu<

Disability Services
207-768-9613
mary.barbosa@maine.edu

IT
Call the Help Desk at 1-800-696-4357
help@maine.edu

Registrar’s Office
207-768-9540
umpi-reg@maine.edu

Student Financial Services
207-768-9510
umpi-financialaid@maine.edu

Student Support Services
207-768-9732
ericka.weatherbee@maine.edu

Tutoring
207-768-9461

catherine.a.chase@maine.edu

You may also contact me anytime if I can be of assistance to you. The best way to reach me is to send me an email. Remember, we’re all working to ensure you have a successful Spring semester, so please reach out if you have questions.

Take care and be well,
Matt