F-1 degree-seeking students will work with their major department to register for classes.

J-1 exchange students will be registered for classes by the Office of Global Education.

Follow the directions below to search for courses being offered.

NOTE: Do not look at the general UMF course catalog, as that lists all the courses that can be taught at UMF, and not the specific ones for the upcoming term.

  1. Visit the following website http://mainestreet.maine.edu.
  2. On the left side of the page, under Quick Links: (No Login required) choose Class Search.
  3. Use the drop down arrows to select the Institution (University of Maine Farmington) and the Term (YYYY Fall / YYYY Spring).
  4. Next, click on the green Select the Subject button for an alphabetical list of subjects. Click on the corresponding alphabetical letter to find your desired subject code. Use the Select button to choose your subject.
  5. You are now back on the Search for Classes page.
  6. Select the Show Open Classes Only
  7. Select In-person Instruction Mode under Additional Search Criteria. NOTE: There are strict regulations regarding on-line study for International students, with a limit of one online/hyflex course per 12 credits.
  8. Press the green Search button on the bottom right of the screen.
  9. At the next page you will see the open classes in that subject area. If you click on the highlighted information next to Section (view details) you will be taken to the course description and details. You will need to go through these steps for each subject area.

Important:

  • Make sure you pay close attention to class times to avoid any conflicts. Note: When a course indicates MoWeFr the course meets three times a week every Monday, Wednesday AND Friday. Courses with TuTh will meet two times a week every Tuesday AND Thursday.
  • Be sure to read the course description carefully, check for pre-requisites for the courses and specify which pre-requisites you have met at your home institution.
  • Identify courses in priority order on your form so there will be no delays in registration.
  • You must include alternate course choices.

International exchange students will be registered for a total of twelve (12) credits during your first semester. The U.S. Educational system may be quite different from what you will be used to and most past participants have found this course load to be manageable.

Domestic exchange students (NSE) can be registered for three (3) or four (4) UMF courses for a total of twelve (12) or sixteen (16) credits per semester.

INSTRUCTIONS TO BE ENROLLED IN COURSES:

Submit via email a completed Course Registration Request Form to Lynne Eustis at leustis@maine.edu .

The Office of Global Education will process your course enrollments and you will be contacted via email for any questions and/or further discussion. It is important that you complete this process as soon as possible, as courses will fill quickly throughout the registration period.