For more information on the disease and its global status please see the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which is updating information regularly on webpages devoted to COVID-19 information.

For Current Flagship Students

We are instituting a transition to remote instruction for our Residential Flagship Campus beginning Monday, March 30. As of this date, all Flagship classes will be taught remotely until further notice.
We will continue to evaluate and make decisions as new information comes in.
Classes will be delivered using Canvas, with the support of additional technology as determined by the instructor. Please consult the student resources page for more information.
Faculty will use Canvas and other technological tools and project-based learning experiences to address learning outcomes associated with laboratories and other skill-based courses. For more information regarding a lab in which you are enrolled for the spring semester, please consult your Canvas page and contact your professor. These details will become increasingly available as we near the start of remote instruction on March 30, 2020. Please consult the student resources page for more information.
If you have questions about a course, contact your instructor. For questions regarding your academic plan, contact your faculty advisor. For all other questions contact your staff liaison.
At this time, we are planning to move ahead with May Commencement as we have in past years. If there are changes in how we celebrate May Commencement, we will let you know.
This year, given that both students and faculty will be adjusting to learning and teaching remotely, we have decided to open Fall registration a bit later, and to extend the registration period as long as possible. Here is the new registration schedule:
  • Graduating Students: Open April 20 at 9 a.m., close April 22 at 4 p.m.
  • All other Seniors & Juniors: Open April 23 at 9 a.m., close April 26 at 4 p.m.
  • Freshmen & Sophomores: Open April 27 at 9 a.m., close April 29 at 4 p.m.
  • Opens up to all: April 30 at 9 a.m., open until July 30
The goal of this revised schedule is to give all students plenty of time to consult with their faculty advisor and plan their Fall semester course schedule. Registration will still occur in the student portal, and staff and faculty liaisons and advisors will still be standing by to help you through the process. We will continue to communicate with you as we approach April 20 about the services and support you can rely on to navigate registration successfully. Additional information can be found in the student resources section. If you have any questions, reach out to your advisor or staff liaison.
  • First class mail that’s on campus (along with any mail that comes for the remainder of break) will be forwarded to your home address. During this time, please contact friends/family/credit cards/vendors/banks, etc. and give them your new address.
  • Change your Amazon/Chewy/IPSY/Walmart (and anything you get by subscription) shipping address. These items will be returned to sender.
  • If you’re living in the area, please have your mail/packages delivered to your apartment, etc. This will ensure you continue to receive mail if the campus closes.
  • If you have any questions or concerns, contact Leigh Juskevice at 207-509-7208 or via email at
If you still have belongings on campus, please contact Dean Phinney, to make arrangements. Students will be able to retrieve their belongings once the governor’s executive order is lifted. All residence halls have been locked and secured to protect student property.
All student services remain available. Contact your staff liaison with any questions or consult the student resources page for more information.
Consult the Internship FAQs here. We also encourage you to work with both Kristine McCallister, Internship Coordinator, and the organization that you’re working with this summer, to create a plan that meets the criteria. Until further notice, the deadline for all summer internships will remain the same.
If you are experiencing any feelings of uneasiness because of the current COVID-19 issues, we encourage you to reach out to Therapist Assisted Online (TAO) or to contact the Wellness Center where our team of counselors will support you.
Fall 2020 is scheduled to open as planned.
Financial aid and work study are unique to each student. Contact Student Financial Services.

For Distance Education Students

If you are in a Distance Education course there is no change to your curriculum or experience. If you have any questions please reach out to your Distance Education Advisor.
If you are unable to continue your studies for whatever reason, reach out to your Distance Education Advisor.
At this time, we are planning to move ahead with commencement as we have in past years. If there are changes in how we celebrate May Commencement, we will let you know.

For Prospective Flagship Students

Physical visits to the campus are temporarily on hold, but you can schedule a personalized virtual tour with one of our counselors, who can answer all your questions about attending Unity College.
Although we have canceled the Spring Weekend Experience, you can take a personalized virtual tour with one of our counselors.
If you have any questions, please, feel free to reach out to our admissions counselors any time and they will be happy to assist you.
Yes! Secure your spot today! First-year students will start being placed into their housing assignments on March 20. You can also be among the first to select your first expedition. Learn more here.
Yes, we are still accepting students for Fall 2020. Applying is free!
Yes! After you have deposited, you will be able to fill out your housing questionnaire and sign up for your first expedition. You will also access your financial aid information.


Make sure you have your Unity College email enabled on your phone. Instructions are here. Additionally, make sure you are connected to the Unity College Alert System to receive important notifications as text messages and in your email.
Unity College athletics facilities and the library are closed to all but Unity College employees.
Currently, all campus events scheduled through April 10 have been canceled. We are looking to reschedule these in the coming months, and will keep our events calendar up to date as that happens.
We will post regular updates as needed. We encourage you to visit this page daily to stay up-to-date on developments.
The college is not currently hosting any public events.
  • Currently there are no appointments being scheduled.
  • If you are a client of Maine Family Planning, you can contact them for prescription refills. They will mail prescriptions upon request.
  • Wellness Center staff can support you in referral information for your area and help navigate questions you may have about connecting to counseling, or other services.
  • If you have a medical record request, please contact the Wellness Center and we can fax or mail information after you sign a ROI (Release of Information).
  • TAO - Therapy Assisted Online is available for students, if you have any questions about signing up please contact us.
  • Reach out by phone or email if you have any concerns or questions, we want to hear from you!
  • Lydia will contact you by telephone to discuss refills of your medications. If we are unable to reach you by phone, we will contact you at your Unity email address for you to provide a number as Lydia will need to speak to you by telephone.
  • Please keep in mind if there are any complications or concerns, she will likely recommend that you follow up with your PCP, or other medical provider.
  • You will need to provide information about where you would like your medication refilled so please have the pharmacy name and their phone number available.
  • Certain prescriptions have strict state and federal guidelines, Lydia will plan with you regarding these.
  • If your medications previously were filled at Unity Pharmacy, they have offered to mail them and cover the postage cost. To arrange this call them at 207-948-3950. Please keep in mind that the mail system may experience some disruption or delay, so switching to a local pharmacy may be best at this time.

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