How your application decision(s) will be communicated
The Office of the Registrar contacts applicants to acknowledge receipt of their application and to confirm their student identification number and their requested program of study.
Applicants are also contacted to inform them of documents that have not yet been received but are required in order to complete their application and assess eligibility for admission. The documents required are described on the application for admission.
The email address supplied on your application for admission may be used to correspond regarding your application status. However, correspondence regarding registration is sent to all new and continuing students through their @mun.ca email account. It is the applicant's responsibility to monitor this account regularly. Try this helpful guide for information on setting up your @mun.ca email account.
All decisions regarding admission are communicated by letter and will be sent to the permanent address provided by the student on the application for admission.
Decisions regarding applications to faculties, schools or programs for which admission may be limited or competitive will be communicated by the relevant faculty or school, normally following the applicable application deadline.
Application processing times during peak periods (including those received at the beginning of the winter semester and during the period between late January and late March) may be longer.
Please allow 10 to 15 business days for domestic mail, three to five weeks for international mail and two to three business days for faxed or couriered documents to be received and matched with your application for admission.