The academic community of the University of Maine at Presque Isle recognizes that adherence to high principles of academic integrity is vital to the academic function of the University. Academic integrity is based upon honesty. All students of the University are expected to be honest in their academic endeavors. All academic work should be performed in a manner, which will provide an honest reflection of the knowledge and abilities of each student. All members of the academic community should regard any breach of academic honesty as a serious offense.
The University of Maine Presque Isle is committed to providing access to its programs for people with disabilities. Under university policy and federal and state laws, qualified people with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations that will allow them access to university programs, jobs, services, and activities unless the accommodation would pose an undue hardship on the University.
If you are a student with a disability and need an accommodation or the faculty member of a student who has requested or may need an accommodation, please visit the Disability Services website or contact Mary Kate Barbosa, Director of Student Support Services/Disability Services.
The Student Support Services Program is available to all enrolled UMPI students who meet the Department of Education guidelines. To be eligible for this program, you must be a citizen, a national, or a resident of the U.S. (or eligible to seek such status). Also, you must meet one of the following guidelines:
- income eligible
- first generation college student
- disability (including learning disability)
If you meet at least one of the three preceding requirements, you qualify to be considered for acceptance as a participant in our Student Support Services Program.
Subject area tutoring and writing assistance is available to all students for all UMPI courses via professional and peer tutors, using Zoom as needed, for distant support. For more information or to schedule a tutoring appointment, contact Anne Chase, Tutor Coordinator, at 207-768-9461, email@example.com. Students can also go to https://umpi.mywconline.com to register and schedule an appointment on either the writing center or subject area tutoring schedule.
The Library is designed to support students by promoting information literacy and research support for the students of UMPI. The Library houses your direct link to all of our databases, as well as a Google-esque OneSearch tool and a access to Ask-a-Librarian, to connect directly with UMPI librarian, Roger Getz.