Forms & Documents

Housing Application – used to apply for campus housing. $100 housing deposits are required in order to process your application.

Housing Renewal – For returning residents to indicate their building, room and roommate preferences.  Housing deposits are required to be paid for each Fall semester.

FAQs about Housing – Frequently asked questions regarding Residential Life and our policies and procedures.

2016 Residential Life Handbook – outlines all the policies and procedures for the Residential Life Department

Info Sheet & What to Bring – a sheet which outlines the differences between our two buildings, the costs associated with living on campus as well as a helpful compilation of items which may be helpful to have while living on campus.

Housing Appeal- any student who wishes to take less than 12 credits; has less than a 2.0 cumulative GPA; has had a disciplinary incident in campus housing; or is unable to provide proof of vaccinations must complete and submit with supporting documentation.

Campus Meal Plans

Resident Meal Plans- Each student that lives in the residence halls is enrolled in a 7 Day Resident Meal Plan . Residents do have the option to select a 5 Day Resident Meal Plan (Monday-Friday).  This reduced plan is to accommodate individuals who do not frequently use the dining hall on weekends. If you are interested in this option, complete the Alternate Resident Meal Plan form and return it to the Director of Residential Life (Room 105-Maine Hall) or to the Business Offiice in Maine Hall.  Students choosing not to take the Alternate Resident Meal Plan will continue to be billed for the Gold Meal Plan.  The Gold Meal Plan is a 7 day meal plan and is designed for students living in college housing who stay weekends.

Both the 5 day and 7 day meal plans are honored during all hours in the McCorkill Dining Hall in Katahdin Hall during the days they cover.  Please keep in mind that there are no refunds.  Meals are served only during the regular academic year.

Alternate Resident Meal Plan Application

Commuter Meal Plans- EMCC has instituted the Declining Balance Meal Plan. This is a prepaid plan. This program consists of a declining balance which can be used to purchase items from the dining service. Commuters using their financial aid can purchase two (2) types of commuter meal plans with financial aid funds, provided that the student’s financial aid funds exceed the student’s tuition, and fee charges. A Commuter Meal Plan Form must be filled out and verified by the Student Accounts Office Staff before you can use financial aid to purchase a meal plan.  The “Declining Balance Meal Plans” will be honored during all open hours in the McCorkill Dining Room, located in Katahdin Hall. The dining services’ purpose is to provide you with access to our dining program. McCorkill Dining Room offers a varied menu that includes hot entrees, a vegetarian entree, a full salad bar, a deli bar for custom made sandwiches, pizzas, a variety of homemade desserts, hot & cold beverages, cereal, snacks & seasonal items.

Commuter Meal Plan Application

RA_Application (2015) – for any student wishing to join the Residential Life team as a Resident Assistant.

If you have questions or concerns that are not addressed by the documents on this page, please contact the Residential Life Department.

Contact Information:

Alissa Gervais
Director of Residential Life & Student ActivitiesStudent Life
Work Phone: 1-207-974-4796
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Joey Harris
Kineo Hall Resident DirectorResidential Life
Work Phone: 1-207-974-4795
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Kristopher Kelley
Resident Director Acadia Hall
Work Phone: 1-207-974-4696
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