- Office of Student Records
- Printing Information for Students
- Library Services – Rachel Knapp
- Employment Opportunities (Career Center)
- Academic Calendars
- GIS Lab Calendar (must log into google account first, use @maine.edu) – Nutting Hall room 235
- GIS Lab Calendar (must log into google account first, use @maine.edu) – Nutting Hall room 245
- Professional Guidelines and Expectations for School of Forest Resources Students (Jan 2019)
- Certificate in Professionalism
- Student Organizations
- Student Handbook
- Undergraduate Catalog
- Undergraduate Advising and Curricula Documents can be found on the Google Drive here.
- Undergraduate Course Registration Materials
- Graduate Student Information (Graduate School website)
- Graduate Catalogue
- Vehicle Driver Information and Agreement (required to drive any University vehicle)
- Use of SFR Motor Pool vehicles – directions for drivers
- WEX gas ID application
Maine Educational Opportunity Tax Credit
If you have earned a B.S. in Forestry at the University of Maine and are currently working in Maine, you can apply for the Maine Educational Opportunity Tax Credit as a person who has received a STEM degree (STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). However, at this time, you will also need to submit a letter of support. Below is a link to a letter that you can print in support of receiving the tax credit for a STEM degree.
The Live and Work in Maine website is most helpful in explaining the tax break:
Safety Information and Training
- Annual Basic Safety Training (needs to be done each year)
- SFR Safety Training (MUST be done annually)
- SFR Safety Training Certification (print and give to SFR Office – 201, for proof of completion)
- SFR Safety Guidelines
- Phase1- General and Hand Tool Safety Training 1.4.16
- Phase2- Machine Specific Safety Training 1.4.16
- Perkins Hall Use Policy Statement (August 2017)
To access messages for a given topic, click the link:
Advance Work Credit Towards a Maine Forester’s License
If you want to get a Forester’s License in Maine, you can get work credit towards qualifying for a license while still a Forestry student by doing the following:
- Work under the supervision of a licensed forester.
- You and the supervising forester must register with the Board of Licensure of Foresters before your work begins. Download a registration form.
- Only work that occurs within 12 months of graduation will be counted.