Enrollment (registration) PIN
Enrollment (registration) PIN’s are required for enrollment by most departments and colleges. Graduate and non-degree students do not need a PIN. The PIN ensures that a student receives proper advising prior to enrollment. The distribution of PIN’s and other details of enrollment may vary between colleges/programs. Below is important enrollment information pertaining to each college/program. Check with your dean/director if your questions are not answered below. For enrollment locations see the Buildings and Rooms for Enrollment (registration) listing.
Maine Business School: Prior to the enrollment period all students will receive general enrollment information through email. Additional materials will be available as needed in the Undergraduate Programs Office – 213 Donald P. Corbett Business Building. First-year students, sophomores and juniors must meet with their professional advisor to receive a PIN. All varsity athletes must meet with their professional advisor before receiving a PIN from an athletic counselor. Seniors are encouraged to meet with their professional advisor but are required to pick up their PIN in 213 DPC.
Division of Lifelong Learning/Non-Degree: Students are encouraged to review DLL’s offerings, which include Summer University, Winter Session and UMaineOnline. Bachelor of University Studies students must have their advisor’s approval prior to enrolling through DLL. Non-degree students enroll through the DLL Advising Center. Matriculated students should follow the protocol(s) established by their academic departments. Students may enroll by calling the DLL Advising Center at 581-3143; by faxing a request to 581.3141; by emailing email@example.com; or by visiting 122 Chadbourne Hall.
Education & Human Development: All Early Childhood Education, Elementary and Secondary Education students should obtain their registration PIN from an advisor in the Advising Center located at 102 Shibles Hall. All Athletic Training and Kinesiology & Physical Education students should receive their PIN from their advisor in Lengyel Hall. All Child Development and Human Relations (Individual and Family Studies) students should receive their PINS from their advisor in Merrill Hall. For problems or additional information, contact the Associate Dean’s Office by calling 581.2490 or visit the advising center in Shibles Hall.
Engineering: Students must contact their advisor to select their course schedule and receive a PIN. For problems or additional information, students should contact the department of their major, the dean’s office by calling 581.2217 or visit 210 Advanced Manufacturing Center.
Explorations: Students must contact their advisor to select their course schedule and receive a PIN. A general enrollment information email will be sent to all students prior to the registration period. For problems or additional information, contact the Advising & Student Services Center by calling 581.1961 or visit 100 Stevens Hall.
Graduate School: All graduate students must enroll in classes at the Graduate School for their first semester. Continuing graduate students may enroll using Student Self Service in MaineStreet, through their departments, or at the Graduate School by submitting a Registration form signed by their advisors. All degree students must first see their advisors for approval of courses. Non-degree graduate students must submit a non-degree application to the Graduate School with proof of receipt of a baccalaureate degree. Contact the Graduate School at 207.581.3219 for further information.
Graduate Assistant Warning: All graduate assistants must enroll for a full-time course load of six credits to maintain their assistantship. Exceptions to this requirement are noted in the on-line Graduate Catalog.
Liberal Arts and Sciences: Students must contact their advisor to select their course schedule and receive a PIN. A general enrollment information email will be sent to all students prior to the registration period. For problems or additional information, contact the Advising & Student Services Center by calling 581.1961 or visit 100 Stevens Hall.
Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture: Students must contact their advisor or program coordinator to select their course schedule and receive a PIN. For problems or additional information, contact the Associate Dean’s Office by calling 581.3206 or visit Winslow Hall, Room 100.
School of Engineering Technology: Students must contact their academic advisor to select their course schedule and receive a PIN. Contact the SET Office by calling 581.2340 or visit 119 Boardman Hall for additional information or problems.