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You will first need to find out what type of hold is placed on your account. There could be a business office hold (for an overdue account), a library hold (from an overdue book fine) or an immunization hold which needs to be taken care of in the Student Affairs office. You can go on your MaineStreet account and find out what type of hold is on your account. Depending on which hold is on your account, there are different ways that this can be resolved. You will need to visit the office that placed the hold on your account to make arrangements.
This will depend on which campus you’re looking to transfer credits from. Most likely, if you attended another UMS campus, UMFK will have an equivalent course.
The first thing you would need to do is inform the Assistant Dean of Student Success and/or your advisor of your decision to transfer. You would then need to select the university you want to transfer to, complete the necessary application and other paperwork, and then have you UMFK transcripts sent to that university.
The first thing you need to do it is speak to your advisor. There are three options that you can discuss with your advisor:
Jessica Daigle is our counselor on campus. See Tammy Connor to schedule an appointment with Jessica.
You can find your advisor by logging into MaineStreet. When you have logged in, click on Student Self Service and then select Student Center. When that page has loaded, scroll down and your advisor will be listed on the right side of the page. If for some reason your advisor is not listed or the incorrect advisor is listed, you can contact Assistant Dean Christine Nunemaker in the Student Success Office at 834-7593 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, there are materials available to assist you in your resume writing. They can be found in the Career Planning and Internship Placement Office. There are also workshops available throughout the year to assist people with their resumes.
You can visit the Career Planning and Internship Placement office to arrange a mock interview. To prepare for this mock interview, you should ask the Career Planning and Internship Placement Coordinator for materials to review. Depending on the specific job interview you’re preparing for, the preparation may vary.
UMFK offers various work-study positions on campus. You should check your financial aid package first, to make sure that work study is a part of your financial aid package. To find out if there are any job openings on campus, you should visit Tammy Delisle in the Career Planning and Internship Placement office and she can give you a list of job availabilities. There is also a section on the UMFK website, under “student employment” that will give you information on federal work study and job openings.
If you are unable to work on campus, either from lack of job availability, or if your financial aid package does not allow for it, there are other options. You can contact the Career Planning and Internship Placement Coordinator if you need guidance as to how to find a job in Fort Kent, or you can search the local newspaper (St. John Valley Times) in the Classifieds or look on the Student Success’ board in Cyr Hall for job opportunities.
See Tammy Connor for a comprehensive list of all courses and guidelines regarding CLEP exams. More information on CLEP exams can be found here.