Apply to UMaine
Apply to UMaine
Admission for First Year students for Fall 2016 is closed.
Transfer students may still apply for Fall 2016 via the following method:
To apply to UMaine for Spring 2017 or Fall 2017, you may apply via the following methods:
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions processes applications for the following types of domestic students:
- First Year: A graduating high school student (regardless of number of college credits taken while in high school) or a high school graduate or GED recipient who has attempted fewer than 12 college credits after graduation and is applying to a four-year bachelor’s degree program.
- Transfer: A high school graduate or GED recipient who has enrolled as a full-time degree student or who has attempted 12 or more credits of college study and is applying to a four-year bachelor’s degree program.
Other university departments process applications for the following types of students:
- International Students
- Graduate Students
- Online Degree Students
- Re-entering Undergraduate Students
- Students who were previously accepted but did not attend UMaine
UMaine offers scholarships based on achievement, academic merit, financial need or a combination of all three. Mostly importantly, all scholarships do not have to be repaid and all students who file a FAFSA form are automatically considered for financial aid awards.
Dates and Deadlines
UMaine does rolling admissions, so technically, there isn’t one, but we do suggest filing your application by Feb. 1 so you’ll be in the best position to receive an admission decision in time for full consideration for financial aid and housing.
Early Action: December 1st
Regular Admissions: February 1st (Recommended)
Transfer: May 1st (Recommended)
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about UMaine? We’re here to provide answers. Whether it’s about academic or campus life, visit our FAQ section to learn more about studying and living at UMaine.