Meal Plans and Dining
As a residential student, you are automatically assigned a meal plan, so there is no separate application to complete. The plan includes a set number of meals per week in the dining hall, flexible spending dollars for on-campus dining, and Nor'easter Dollars for select off-campus restaurants in the area.
You can change your meal plan at the beginning of the semester. For more information about the dining facilities and meal plans visit Dining Services.
For more information contact the Office of Housing and Residential/Commuter Life at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 602-2272 or check out our FAQ on housing assignments, room amenities, and helpful tips for living on campus.
New Student Orientation
Orientation prepares you for the academic, social, and personal aspects of university life. You’ll make connections and get the important information you’ll need to start at UNE. Attendance is required for all incoming undergraduate students, including first-time college students and transfer students.
Trailblazer Orientation Trips
In addition to orientation, you have the opportunity to sign up for a Trailblazer trip. Through these off-campus activities, you will meet friends, faculty, current students, and professional staff in a smaller group setting well before school begins. We offer a variety of programs for all interests.
Required Health Forms
As a new student, you are required by the State of Maine and UNE to submit the following:
Complete and submit the following forms, which can be accessed at the Student Health Center website.
- Immunization Form for Arts and Sciences Students
- Immunization Form for Health Professions Students
- Physical Form
- A photocopy of your health insurance card
As a UNE student, you are required to have health insurance. You have the option to:
- Purchase health insurance through UNE
- Waive the UNE plan, if you are already insured
All forms are due by July 1 for new students starting in the fall. If you have questions, contact Student Health Services at (207) 602-2358 or visit the Student Health Center website.
For information about COVID-19 and the University’s response, visit our COVID-19 response website for the most up to date information.
We want to know who you'd like us to contact in case of an emergency on campus, so we require that all students provide an Emergency Contact before the start of the year. Your primary Emergency Contact should be a parent or guardian, and you are welcome to list multiple people if there is more than one person we should contact. Log in to U-Online then click “Personal Information”, “Settings”, and then “Update Emergency Contacts” to complete this step.