Maine Maritime Academy prides itself as a residential campus, with residential facilities serving both our undergraduate and graduate student populations. All students are required to live on-campus, unless the off-campus housing requirements can be met.
The largest residential facility in the state of Maine, Curtis Hall houses up to 614 undergraduate students in any given year. Most residents live in double rooms and share either semi-private or community bathrooms. A number of administrative offices and student services can also be found in this building, including Health Services, the Dean of Student Services, the Commandant’s Staff, and the Department of Residential Life & Student Activities. Curtis Hall is also the home to the Campus Bookstore, Barbershop, Student Government & Wedge offices, the Bilge (Recreation Room and snack bar), Gaming Lounge, and the Clubs and Organizations space and Computer Lounge.
The Residential Life Coordinator and Resident Director for Curtis Hall lives within the Curtis Hall and supervises the 13 Resident Assistants (RAs) that live throughout the building. RAs are responsible for building community through programming that enhances the academic experience at the Academy. RAs also provide supervision of Curtis Hall and the Commons, monitor access to the building, provide incident management, monitor conduct, address safety concerns, assist students as needed and submit maintenance work orders when necessary.
Consisting of one bedroom apartments furnished for double occupancy, The Commons houses up to 40 Undergraduate and Graduate students 21 years of age or older.
The Student Activities Coordinator and Resident Director for The Commons and the Senior Resident Assistant lives within the facility and is available to help residents with administrative needs as well as providing programming, incident management and submitting maintenance work orders when necessary.