First things first, forms.

Head over to MyCampus and your MaineStreet portal and fill out the necessary forms.

  • Housing Application
  • Room and Board License
  • Course Planning Form

  • Financial Aid Package
  • To Do List
  • Financial Responsibility Form

Second things second, additional documentation.

Do you have additional things to submit? This is not a one-size-fits-all process. Not sure if you need additional documentation? Check-in with your Admissions Counselor or try out our new Live Chat.

Third things third, looking ahead.

Now that you’ve filled out all your forms and sent in any relevant additional information, you can look ahead to fall.

Fall Reopening Plan

Fall 2020 will mark the beginning of a strange new time at Farmington, and at institutions across the world. After months of committee meetings and research, learning and planning, the University of Maine System (UMS) announced that all of its seven campuses, including Farmington, will open and resume classes as promised in a statement made in late April.

Following the seven UMS guiding principles, Farmington’s faculty, staff and administration have worked to re-imagine how we can continue to provide the education and service that our students and community expect from us.

We built our plan on four principles designed to inform the greater community and shape our behavior:

  1. Commitment to the health and safety of all members of the Farmington community.
  2. Stacking preventative measures to create the greatest possible protection against exposure and community spread of COVID-19.
  3. Flexibility that allows us to anticipate potential future challenges and adjust quickly as circumstances change.
  4. Awareness that we have a critical role to play in the successful return to on-campus and in-person activities. Our actions must be guided by concern for others.

Please take a few moments to review to the below pages regarding our Safe Return to Farmington Plans.

These plans are subject to change, as the circumstances around us are constantly shifting. And, we recognize that for some members of our community returning to campus may not be the best option. The following information is not comprehensive but it will help you understand what kind of changes you can expect and how we can work together to make Farmington a safe place to live and learn.

We update these pages frequently, so please refer back to them.

Safe Return to Farmington Plans FAQ for Students & Parents


  • Order your textbooks from the UMF University Store (bookstore) – The University Store is now open for in-person customers.
  • Submit your Health & Vaccination Record to the UMF Student Health Center
  • Move-In Day for First-Year students living the residence halls – Tuesday, August 18
  • Move-In Day for First-Year Transfer students living the residence halls – Tuesday, August 18
  • Move-in Day for student-athletes living the residence halls – Tuesday, August 18
  • Very important: Please see our COVID Testing procedures
  • Fall Orientation – TBA
  • The big day! — Classes start Monday, August 31


  • Your first-semester bill is due September 15. Please make arrangements with the Merrill Center for payment.

Fourth and finally, connecting with us.

The personal touch is important to us at UMF. We’re here to answer your questions and connect with you. Have a question? Use our Admissions Live Chat or sign up to connect with a student or faculty and staff by filling out the forms below.

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Contact Us

Office of Admissions
University of Maine at Farmington
246 Main Street
Farmington, Maine USA 04938-1994
tel  207-778-7050
fax  207-778-8182
TDD/TYY  207-778-7275