Across the university, there are supports available to you which have been created with your academic, personal and professional success in mind.
Need academic support?
Memorial University offers a broad range of academic supports, ranging from workshops and interactive drop-in clinics, to a Writing Centre, an Academic Advising Centre, six library locations and various collaborative and individual work and study spaces.
Need someone to talk to?
Through individualized personal counselling, outpatient psychiatric services and a wide range of group counselling, professional staff and faculty at the Counselling Centre help students to develop their own unique resources.
The Counselling Centre also helps students develop their study strategies through academic support programming. The Centre offers support for study problems in which students learn to apply strategies for managing university level academic work more effectively.
Memorial’s Chaplaincy aims to provide the university community with spiritual support, guidance, counselling and resources. They also offer a listening ear for those who simply need to talk about their personal experiences.
They provide support for memorial services on campus, mentor students in faith-focused student groups and associations and now have a more formal role in the new Student Support and Crisis Management unit in Student Life.
Are you or a friend in crisis?
Looking to connect? Looking for help?
There are countless ways to connect with helpful people and resources at Memorial:
- MUNSU Resource Centres
- Aboriginal Resource Centre (ARC)
- Disability Information and Support Centre (DISC)
- International Students’ Centre (ISC)
- Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay and Transgender (LBGT-MUN)
- Student Parents’ Resource Centre (SPRC)
- Students Older Than Average (SOTA)
- Intersections: MUN's Resource Centre for Marginalized Genders
- Clubs & Societies
- Sexual Harassment Office
- Student Support and Crisis Management
Want to do something innovative?
The Student Innovation Fund aims to reinforce student innovation, empower students to productively respond to student issues and foster feelings of ownership, involvement, and connection to the mission and community of Memorial University. Applicants can apply for funding once per semester (fall, winter, spring/summer).