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University COVID-19 Resource Guide for learners of all ages, educators, Maine citizens, and communities

University facilities, supplies, services, and even people all across the state are being deployed to aid in Maine’s response to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. This University COVID Resource Guide is a collection of services and assets faculty and staff have developed to assist Maine students and local schools as well as our state citizens and communities. Please check in often for daily updates.

Featured Resources

Find One of 200+ UMS-Created Wi-Fi Hotspots

When Maine public schools identified that lack of adequate home Internet access was limiting students’ participation in online learning, the University of Maine System stepped up to offer them additional … Read More

Maine Learners and Educators

Free University COVID-19 Course Content Now Available Online

A free online lecture series to help students and the public better understand various aspects of COVID-19 from privacy rights to economic impact has wrapped up but the content is … Read More


Maine Citizens and Communities

July 14 University Webinar Will Explore COVID-19 Rural Health Impacts

A free webinar from the University of Maine Graduate and Professional Center will explore the unique impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on rural communities. Featuring University of Southern Maine Chair of Public Health Erika … Read More


Public Health Partnerships

UMaine Chat Series Keeps Seniors Connected, Healthy During Pandemic

The University of Maine’s Center on Aging continues to offer Maine seniors and others at high risk a weekly opportunity for personal connection, as well as practical tips for staying … Read More