Registering at the Centre
New students with disabilities, or those with short-term illnesses and injuries (e.g., a broken leg/arm or recovering from surgery), who require an accommodation at the St. John's campus should arrange to meet with an advisor at the Blundon Centre at least six-to-eight weeks before classes start.
If students discover that they require accommodations or services once they are attending Memorial, they should contact the Centre as soon as possible to arrange an appointment.
At the beginning of the semester, students should contact the staff at the Centre to arrange Test/Exam and Classroom Accommodations through the Clockwork system (which students access through my.mun.ca).
Students already registered at the Centre should contact or visit the Centre at the beginning of each semester if they are requesting accommodations. Staff can then assist the student in setting up their Test/Exam and Classroom Accommodations through the Clockwork system (which students access through my.mun.ca).
Test/Exam & Classroom Accommodations
All requests for academic (testing) accommodation must be based on documented need. It is the responsibility of the individual requesting an academic accommodation to provide the necessary documentation to the Blundon Centre.
Students will meet with an advisor to review the documentation and discuss the most appropriate accommodations in their specific cases.
Students are encouraged to meet with their professors, lab personnel, etc., at the beginning of the semester to discuss their specific arrangements.
Booking test and exams
Information on registering for semester tests and final exams can be found in the Tests and exams section.