Students must be at least 17 years of age and be matriculated into a University degree or certificate program. Students enrolled in fewer than twelve credit hours or younger than 17 years of age may be eligible for an academic exception or disability accommodation and must contact the housing or residence life office for further information. Failure to respond accurately and truthfully on your Room and Board Application may result in the immediate cancellation of this Housing Contract and may be considered a violation of the Student Conduct Code that may lead to additional discipline.
Students must notify the Office of Residential Life if they plan to arrive after the official opening date for University housing. Housing assignments will not be held longer than 5 business days past the first day of classes. After that time, students forfeit their housing assignment or may be reassigned to another available space at the University’s sole discretion.
There are no adjustments or refunds made during the last two weeks of the semester. Students must submit all requests for cancellation in writing to the appropriate office. Any student who is suspended, stops attending classes (remains enrolled), or is dismissed from the University will be charged the value of the meal plan consumed or the per diem rate of the plan, whichever is greater. Please refer to your campus Residential Life or Housing office for specific cost details.
The University of Maine at Fort Kent does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation including transgender status or gender expression, national origin or citizenship status, age, disability, or veteran status. The University will provide, upon request, reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.