SBS Residence Hall and Dining Agreement
If you will be participating in the 2018 Semester By the Sea program, please complete this form no later than April 27, 2018.
Room and board for the 2018 Semester By the Sea program at the Darling Marine Center total $5,209.00 (room = $2,698, board = $2,511).
These room and board rates are the same as on the main campus and adhere to the same terms and conditions noted in the Room and Board License posted at umaine.edu/housing/room-board-license. This agreement is for the Fall Semester only, September through December. Prices quoted here and at umaine.edu/housing/room-board-rates are subject to Board of Trustee approval. Residents staying in the Darling Marine Center dormitory must act in accordance with the code of conduct and policies of UMaine’s Residential Life. The following terms and conditions are highlighted as they apply specifically to residents of the DMC dorm.
In the agreement at the bottom of this page you will be asked to accept these charges and the University’s code of conduct. You will also be able to provide your roommate preference and tell us of any dietary restrictions/allergies of which we need to be aware.
Room and board charges will appear on your UMaine account later in the summer.
Terms and Conditions
- Only undergraduate and graduate students, visiting scientists and course participants are permitted to live in DMC housing.
- Unless prior arrangements have been made, rooms are available for occupancy 24 hours prior to the first day of classes at the DMC, and must be vacated within 24 hours of the last day of classes/exams.
- Upon arrival residents will receive a key to their room. If this key is not returned upon departure you will be charged $85.00 for a lock replacement.
- The University provides no insurance for personal possessions. Students must have their own insurance or be included under their families insurance policy.
- The University reserves the right to make room assignments and in its sole discretion, to make reassignments of rooms for the benefit of the University. At times it may be necessary to house occupants in emergency spaces. Occupants will be made aware, upon occupancy, their assignments are temporary. They will be given a minimum of 48 hours to move when permanent assignments are made.
- The occupant agrees that rooms shall be used only as student living rooms and that no commercial operations shall be carried on therein except as provided under license issued by the University.
- The occupant agrees to comply with all rules and regulations of the University of Maine and of the Darling Marine Center. These rules include no pets, toasters, hot plates, candles, incense; and no nails, tacks, or tape on walls and doors. In addition the DMC stipulates: no microwave ovens and only one small “cube” refrigerator per dorm room. Fireworks are not allowed on DMC property. Occupants in violation of the terms and conditions of this contract shall be charged accordingly and/or asked to vacate his/her room.
- The University reserves the right to inspect residence hall rooms, apartments and suites for health and safety reasons without notice. An inspection may not include a search of the occupant’s effects without his/her expressed consent except by law enforcement officers with a legal search warrant, or if in plain view. Darling Marine Center authorized routine and emergency repairs may be made during the normal working day without notice according to residence hall procedures.
- Occupants assigned to a given room will be held financially responsible for damage beyond normal wear and tear to the room and its furnishings if responsibility is not otherwise placed.
- Occupants assigned to a given hall will be financially accountable for damage in common rooms such as lounges, corridors, bathrooms, stairwells, etc. where excessive or frequent damage occurs and responsibility is not placed. The Darling Marine Center reserves the right to hold the occupants of an entire section, floor, or hall responsible for such damages.
- The University of Maine shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or citizenship status, disability or veteran status. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities upon request.