Current Students

  • Orientation and Welcome Week

    Orientation programming will be offered in a hybrid format with the majority of informational sessions offered virtually, while offering social opportunities in person following social distancing guidelines. We will be asking our commuting students to attend all information orientation sessions virtually to reduce the population density on campus during move-in weekend. Owl Mentors will continue to offer support to incoming students and they will receive training to meet the needs of our students in this new format.
  • Student Support Services

    Resources and support will continue to be offered to all students. For testing, tutoring, disability services, or for general appointments with SSS staff, please contact the office to make an appointment.
  • Student Activities

    Programming and activity options will continue to be offered to our campus community, while following social distancing guidelines. We will be offering a hybrid calendar that will offer in-person and virtual program options throughout the semester, adapting formatting as needed with changing circumstances.
  • CARES Act

    UMPI received an award from the CARES Act passed by Congress and signed by the President on March 27, 2020 to provide emergency financial aid grants to eligible students for their expenses related to the disruption of our campus operations due to coronavirus. Specific information about our award and the distribution method can be found at the following link: UMPI CARES Act Student Relief Reporting.
  • Using campus facilities

    Campus facilities remain closed at this time. As we approach the fall semester, facilities will be opened on a phased approach, ensuring all safety measures are in place prior to opening. As individual facilities open to the public, we will update our communications and this website accordingly.
  • Mailroom

    The UMPI Mailroom has been maintaining its operations on an adjusted and reduced basis, to ensure critical campus mail is both received and sent. The current hours of the mailroom are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for pick-up and drop-off. We will adjust the hours of operation in accordance with campus opening procedures.
  • Student Clubs and Organizations

    All student groups and advisors will receive information and training opportunities to adapt their operations in a safe way. Group meetings should be conducted via Zoom and all programs/events should be conducted following social distancing guidelines. All groups are encouraged to plan a variety of program opportunities that can be adapted to virtual format as needed. Travel may be restricted this year for clubs and organizations; all travel-related questions should be directed to the group advisor.
  • UMPI COVID-19 Statement

    The University has established a COVID-19 Statement, adapted from a statement by the University of Maine System Scientific Advisory Board, to provide important guidance to our campus community about COVID-19 safety protocols and contingency plans for in-person classrooms. As noted in the statement, it is imperative for everyone to abide by UMPI's safety protocols and guidelines in order to ensure the safety of our campus. Please take time to read the full statement by clicking on the button below.

    View the full COVID-19 Statement

Despite efforts to minimize risks, the University cannot categorically guarantee that any person entering University campuses or facilities will not contract COVID-19 or any other communicable disease and any such person must assess and accept the risks of illness or injury for themselves.
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Campus Emergency Contact Numbers

If you need to reach someone on campus, please call the following numbers:

207-768-9532 Weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

207-768-9600 Holidays, weekends, and weekday evenings between 4:30 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.