How to Register for Courses
FOR RETURNING STUDENTS
- Register Online with MaineStreet
Students with an active MaineStreet account can register online using MaineStreet.
If you are registering for a Graduate level course (500-600) please read these guidelines.
FOR NON-DEGREE STUDENTS
- Online Registration
Undergraduate Level Courses – Complete and submit this Online Registration Form.
Graduate Level Courses – Online Graduate application. This application contains modules for degree, certificate and non-degree students.
- Walk-In Registration
You may pick up registration forms at the DLL Advising Center (122 Chadbourne Hall, UMaine Campus, Orono) or at the Hutchinson Center in Belfast. Completed registration materials may be submitted at that time or you may mail them in later. REGISTER EARLY to ensure that a place will be available in the course(s) you want.
- Phone-In Registration
Students can register the easy way by using the telephone. If you’re too busy or too far away to come to the campus to register, just dial 207.581.5858. UMaineOnline staff will be taking calls from 8:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Please have your course registration form completed when you call. Telephone registration is a great way to REGISTER EARLY and to ensure a place in the course(s) you want. Choose a course and give us a call! Or contact us at email@example.com
- Email/Fax Registration
ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION
*Students who do not visit campus and are taking online classes may obtain a MaineCard with no photo required. Access a form to apply for one through the MaineCard Service Center.
*Tuition for courses that are affiliated with the University of Maine is billed to you. Please visit the bursar for more financial information.
*If you would like assistance in choosing a course, please contact us. We are happy to help!
Obtain your books by contacting the UMaine Bookstore.
Note: The University of Maine reserves the right to cancel course offerings, set minimum and maximum size of classes, change designated instructors in courses, and make decisions affecting the academic standing of anyone participating in a course or program offered by UMaine.