Commonly Requested Forms

  • Federal W4 tax withholding (PDF)
    You must complete this form to set the number of deductions and additional withholding amount, if applicable, when you begin employment with the University. You may also adjust your federal withholding at any time throughout your employment.
  • Maine W4 tax withholding (PDF)
    You must complete this form to set the number of deductions and additional withholding amount, if applicable, when you begin employment with the University. You may also adjust your state withholding at any time throughout your employment.
  • Employee Information form (PDF)
    You may use this form to make changes to your emergency contact information, update your home address, or update your UNE campus address.
  • Tuition Grant in Aid form (PDF)
    Full-time and half-time employees may take courses at UNE at reduced rates. You may complete this form and return it to Human Resources to apply for the discount after you register for the course. Please refer to the Personnel Handbook for policy details and limitations.
  • CIC Tuition Grant in Aid form (PDF)
    Full-time employees and their dependents may apply for tuition exchange benefits at other Council of Independent College institutions. To participate in this program, you need to complete and submit this form.

Illnesses and Injuries

Family Medical Leave Guidance

From time to time, illnesses and injuries to yourself or a family member occur that keep you away from work for extended periods of time. Or, maybe there is a new addition to your family. Family Medical Leave addresses many of the issues around these types of situations. The information below will help you understand continuous and intermittent leave situations, as well as the various circumstances, rights, and responsibilities of Family Medical Leave.

Disability (non-FMLA) Guidance

There is often overlap between family medical leave and personal disability situations, but not all individuals or circumstances qualify under Family Medical Leave regulations. UNE offers additional policies covering individuals for their own non-work related disabling conditions. You should reference the Personnel Handbook (PDF) for full details. Learn more about the disability process (PDF) >

EAP Support

The birth of a child, the care of a family member or an injury of any kind can result in life changes. You may need help finding a daycare provider, changing a will, or adjusting your finances. EAP support is here for you to provide a variety of information, resources, and services to make the many transitions of life a little easier. 

Learn more about EAP Support

Guidance for Workplace Injuries

We all strive for the perfect safety record, but accidents do happen. This information will help you find the resources you need and make UNE a safer place.

Other Commonly Requested Information

Privacy Rooms

UNE offers flexible accommodations to our nursing mothers. For more information, please contact Human Resources at 602-2394 or 221-4339.

Ergonomics

Sitting at a desk for extended periods of time can cause stress on the body. Our Ergonomic Work Station Information (PDF) and work station exercises (PDF) can help you have a more comfortable day.

If you would like to request an ergonomic evaluation (PDF), please have your supervisor email Cat Martins.

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