Faculty and Staff

  • Testing and Vaccine information

    UMPI will be conducting weekly COVID-19 asymptomatic testing for all campus community members who have in-person, on-campus experiences during the spring semester, starting the first week in February through Commencement on May 8. Those who have been vaccinated are still required to participate in testing. Those who have had a positive COVID-19 test recently and have completed their isolation are exempt from testing for the 90 days following the date they received a positive test; documentation must be shown to be exempted from the testing. A timeline for when vaccines will become available for students, faculty, and staff is not yet known, but planning and preparations are underway. The University of Maine System has made voluntary employee participation in the vaccination effort a top priority, and is providing education and accommodations, including paid administrative leave for employees getting their first vaccination during work hours. More details will be shared as information becomes available.
  • Returning to work

    Please look for the University of Maine System-Return to Work Guide on UMS Academy for a comprehensive training guide on safely returning to work.
  • Teaching Resources

    The Center for Teaching and Learning is planning to host flexible teaching workshop events in the near future, but in the meantime, here are a few resources that can help in planning efforts for flexible teaching:

    • Planning for the Unplanned, which offers a refresher on alternate and more flexible delivery methods.
    • Designing for Online Instruction, which digs a little deeper into the how-to of presenting online information more effectively and supporting web-based communications.
    • Brightspace page, which provides an overview of resources to get up and running with UMPI’s new learning platform.
  • Travel for professional development

    While work-related travel should still be approached thoughtfully, some work-related travel in the state of Maine may be acceptable. Please work with your supervisor and consider the system guidelines posted here: https://www.maine.edu/health-advisory/community-guidance/travelers/

  • 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.
  • 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.