Healthy Huskies

Important Contacts for Students and Families

A graphic with images of a cell phone, email '@' symbol, text bubbles, and an envelope.We understand that our students and their families, our faculty and staff, and the greater public are managing difficult circumstances with the coronavirus pandemic. Our University community is united and resilient.

We remain available to answer your questions and help you to navigate as we move our educational and support services online. Below you’ll find the contact information for offices providing remote support for our students between 8:00 a.m. — 4:30 p.m., Monday — Friday.

Due to management of the pandemic, campus offices are not open to students, families, or the public at this time.

Academic Support

 College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

College of Management and Human Service

College of Science, Technology, and Health

Lewiston-Auburn College

Provost's Office


Dean of Students

  • Contact us for: A range of services for students with attentional, learning, physical, psychological, sensory, or other health-related disabilities
  • How to reach us:
  • Contact us for: Support and services for your health and psychological well-being 
  • How to reach us:

Counseling Resources

  • Individual Counseling: Held via Zoom video chat (aka Telemental Health)
    • For an appointment: 
      • 1: Access your University patient portal: Log into MyCampus Portal and select the Health Record icon under USM Quick Links.
      • 2: Once logged into your patient portal, read and sign the consent form.
      • 3: Call us at (207) 780-4050 to book your appointment.

  • Counseling Services Grief and Loss Support Group: 
    • We meet on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. via Zoom video chat.
    • Email us to join. 

  • Crisis Support — in Maine: If you are worried for your own safety or for someone else.
    • State line: 1-888-568-112
    • Cumberland County: 207-774-4357

  • Crisis Support — out-of-state:
    • National Suicide Prevention hotline: 1-800-273-8255
    • Trever Project LGBTQ crisis line: 1-866-488-7386

Library Resources