Information For Current Residents
Now that you are checked-in and are a current resident of On-Campus Housing, here are some things you need to know:
Your @mun.ca Email
We send important information to your @mun.ca email address. Keep checking it regularly.
Information on how to set up your wireless connection is here. If you have trouble setting it up, you can get help from our support staff in Coughlan 1036.
Your Accommodations Agreement
You have accepted the Accommodations Agreement. You should read it again.
The Housing Regulations
The Accommodations Office
The Accommodations Office manages applications, room assignments, cancellations, financial charges, mail delivery, etc. You should always start by contacting email@example.com, if you have questions about your accommodations.
** Please note that application for January 2015 and acceptance into Paton College, Macpherson College, or Burtons Pond DOES NOT automatically guarantee you a bed space for either facility in September 2015. All students must apply separately and specifically for Fall 2015.**
The Residence Life Office
The Residence Life staff are here to advise, guide, and support you, as well as deliver educational, recreational, and social programming. They are also responsible for ensuring that you abide by all those regulations. You should always start by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have questions about life in residence, student services and supports, and being a student at Memorial.
The Work Control Office
The Work Control office is responsible for repairs, cleaning, maintenance, etc. You can submit a work order for repairs through your Resident Assistant, or by emailing email@example.com. You should always start by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have questions about the maintenance of your accommodations.
You can be financially charged for violations of the terms of the Agreement, including for damages, cleaning costs, and for breaking the Housing Regulations.
You have the right to appeal the financial charges posted by Housing, Food and Conference Services. More information about appeals is available here.
The department of Housing, Food and Conference Services maintains a record about you. Your resident record contains all the information the department has collected, including any communications, forms, charges, and sanctions, etc. You can arrange to review your resident record by contacting the Residence Life Office at email@example.com.
Parking On Campus
**Please note that acceptance to Residence does not automatically include a parking space**
Please be advised that due to overcrowding of parking lots around student residences, Memorial University’s Campus Enforcement and Patrol (CEP) has had to make some changes to parking on campus which will affect all parking lots in the vicinity of residences. As of January 2015, all residents of Burton’s Pond Apartments who had parking permits valid from September to December 2014 will have their parking permits renewed for the period between January and April 2015 (inclusive).
Students in Paton College and Macpherson College who held permits valid from September to December 2014 will be offered permits for St. James United Church on Elizabeth Avenue (directly across from the Esso Gas Station). In addition, no new permits will be issued to students in residence in January 2015. However, students with disabilities who require parking accommodation are asked to provide documentation to support their request in accordance with the Accommodations for Students with Disabilities Policy. For more information or assistance, contact the Glenn Roy Blundon Centre (www.mun.ca/blundon).
We apologize for any inconvenience. Students who have concerns should contact CEP directly at 864-8561.
The department of Housing, Food and Conference Services does not share the information contained in your resident record with anyone outside the university. You can give the department permission to share this information with other people by completing a Permission to Release Information form, which is available at the department's general office or from the Residence Life Office.