- Office of Student Records
- Printing Information for Students
- Library Services
- 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
- University vehicle rental information (required to drive any University vehicles)
- WEX gas pin 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 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)
List of recent job announcements, 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.
This program will prepare students to be eligible for licensure within the State of Maine. Visit the UMS State Authorization & Licensure page to learn more about the licensure requirements in other states and territories, in addition to the contact information needed to inquire further into the licensure requirements associated with this program.