Ask Me booths are information booths located in various buildings throughout campus. They provide an avenue for new students to ask many questions they may have during the first week of classes. Questions often include:
After the first week of classes, if you still have any questions about the university, or any of the specific services it offers, there are plenty of other places to get answers.
At Answers, we have what you are looking for. All students need a campus card and we provide them. Want a place to store your books during the day? Why not grab a locker, conveniently located throughout campus. We also have information about student loans and can help you with emergency student loans, should you need them.
If you want to get more out of Memorial, Answers' Leadership Programs are for you! Whether it's helping new students adjust to university life through HORIZONS, LEAP! or Orientation, or fulfilling your own desire to become a great leader through our Memorial Student Leadership Conference, we have the programs to help you make the most of your time at Memorial.
The Commons is a partnership between Computing and Communications, Queen Elizabeth II Library, Distance Education and Learning Technologies Support, and the Writing Centre.
It provides specialized technology and additional tutoring services in the Digital Media Centre to allow students to work on video, sound and picture editing as well as scanning and colour printing. The Commons also provides assistive technologies and tutorials to help students with disabilities to have equal access to computing and other technologies. They can also help student get set up on our Wi-Fi which is accessable across the campus.
The Academic Advising Centre serves prospective, first year, undeclared and students transitioning between academic programs. The Academic Advising Centre is dedicated to helping you with your academic questions and concerns. It is located in the Science Building, in room SN-4053, open from 8:30 AM to 4:45 PM, Monday to Friday.
The Grad Chat program is an online chat room with representatives from Memorial University. It is intended for prospective graduate students and new graduates at MUN to have their questions answered before they arrive, or just as they are settling in. If you have any questions about coming to MUN as a graduate student, or you have just arrived and are curious about the campus, join in and get your questions answered by live MUN representatives.
The MUNLive Chat program is an online chat room with representatives from Memorial University. It is intended for prospective students and new undergraduate at MUN to have their questions answered before they arrive, or just as they are settling in. If you have any questions about coming to MUN as a new student, or you have just arrived and are curious about the campus, join in and get your questions answered by live MUN representatives.