Main Campus (St. John's)
All students may qualify for general scholarships and bursaries if they meet the basic criteria (i.e., scholarship standing and other qualifying criteria for specific awards). A number of scholarships and bursaries have been designated for Memorial students with disabilities (e.g., the Glenn Roy Blundon Memorial Scholarship, three Key Tag Scholarships, and two bursaries, equal to tuition fees, for Newfoundland students who are blind). Information is available at the Scholarships and Awards Office, located in the Thomson Student Centre (Room 2015), phone (709) 737-7461.
Students attending Grenfell Campus may qualify for scholarships offered through Memorial University. There are also several entrance scholarships specific to students planning to attend Grenfell and for which a separate application is required: the Rufus Guinchard Scholarship, the William & Naomi Lundrigan Scholarship, the Sisters of Mercy Anniversary Scholarship (for students from the west coast, the northern Peninsula, and Labrador), and the City of Corner Brook Scholarship for high school students in Corner Brook. Information and applications (to be completed in Level III) are sent to all high schools early in the year. A comprehensive list of all scholarships, bursaries, and awards administered by Memorial University, as well as others administered externally, is included in the university Calendar, available at the university bookstores on both campuses, and posted on the Web at http://www.mun.ca. The Blundon Centre can provide information on where to apply for other scholarships, bursaries, and awards administered outside the university (e.g., the HUB-IODE Caribou Chapter Scholarships, National Access Awareness Week Student Awards, the Imasco and Mattinson Scholarship Program, and the Doreen Kronick Scholarship).
Students attending the Marine Institute do not qualify for scholarships administered by Memorial's Scholarship Committee; they must apply through the Marine Institute Student Affairs office. All students may apply for scholarships if they meet the basic criteria. Marine Atlantic reserves two scholarships for students who are members of visible minorities or who have disabilities. Students may also apply for externally administered awards such as the HUB-IODE Caribou Chapter Scholarships. A list of available scholarships is published in the Marine Institute calendar.