Maine Maritime Academy prides itself as a residential campus, with residential facilities serving our undergraduate student population. All students are required to live on-campus, unless the off-campus housing requirements can be met. Returning student on campus applications for the 2020-2021 academic year are due by March 13, 2020. New student on campus applications for the 2020-2021 academic year are due by May 1, 2020. All on and off campus housing applications are submitted via MyStudentLife.mma.edu
Not sure what to pack? Check out our “What to Bring and not Bring to Campus” document. Please note: this is a suggested packing list and each student is different. Students who are members of the Regiment of Midshipmen should also review the Regimental packing list for new students and refer to the Regimental Manual for returning students, as items differ depending on class ranking within the Regiment.
Curtis Hall is the largest residential facility of its kind in the state of Maine, Curtis Hall houses up to 667 undergraduate students in any given year. Most residents live in double or triple 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 Residential Life & Student Activities staff. Curtis Hall is also the home to the Campus Bookstore, Barbershop, Regimental Wedge office, Alpha Phi Omega Office, the Bilge (Recreation Room), Gaming Lounge, the Clubs and Organizations space, and study lounge.
The Assistant Director of Residential Life and Resident Director for Curtis Hall lives in Curtis Hall. The Assistant Director supervises fourteen Resident Assistants (RAs) who live in Curtis Hall and one Senior Resident Assistant who lives in the Commons. 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.
The Commons Apartments
The Commons Apartments consist of one bedroom apartments furnished for double occupancy. The Commons Apartments house up to 38 Undergraduate and Graduate students 21 years of age or older.
The Senior Resident Assistant lives within the facility and is available to help residents with administrative needs as also provide supervision 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.