Important: Note that all our on campus housing options require a housing application. See below links for details
Internationalization Office Advice:
You must submit a separate application for on campus accommodations to the Department of Housing Food and Conference Services. If you want to live on campus, don't wait until you receive your study permit. It may be too late. Apply when you submit your application or as soon as you are accepted.
Do you still have questions? Email email@example.com
Once you are offered admission to Memorial University, you will be assigned a MUN Portal (my.mun.ca) account, Self-Service account and an @mun.ca e-mail account by the University's Computing and Communications (C&C) division. You should set up your my.mun.ca account, including your self-service account and e-mail account as soon as possible. You should check your @mun.ca e-mail frequently as more and more communications from the university will be sent to your mun e-mail account.
Activate your my.mun.ca (portal account) and e-mail account
Activate your Memorial Self-Service account
Do you still have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join our online community to receive updates on our programs, services and events.
By seeking a deeper connection via the MUN Mentors program (Available for Fall and Winter arrivals)
A MUN mentor is a current student you can hang out with and depend on to be your connection before your arrive and during your first semester at Memorial. A MUN Mentor will help you develop appropriate study habits, meet new people and become involved both on campus and in the community.
We recommend that you direct questions regarding academics to a qualified Memorial University official.
Do you still have questions? Email email@example.com
Know important dates:
Would you like to be greeted by a friendly MUN student at the St. John's International Airport?
We will greet you at the airport
Our airport greeting service for spring will start on April 24, 2017 and close on May 15, 2017. If you are arriving between these dates, please request our greeter service using the green link below. Eligible students must be new international students to Memorial. As a new student you will be greeted by a current MUN student, given a resourceful binder of information and a lunch bag with light snacks. In addition our MUN greeters will answer any questions you may have at the airport. Airport greeter requests can now be made online. You must request this service by using the link below once your my.mun.ca account has been set up.
Are you an English as a Second Language (ESL) student?
If you are joining the 12-Week Intensive English program and you are arriving in the spring/summer sessions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important Reminder - Bring Canadian cash or a credit card
Please ensure you have Canadian cash or a credit card that works in Canada for the taxi ride from the airport to your accommodations. Our greeter will assist you and explain to the taxi driver how you will pay and where your destination is in the city.
1. Setup your Portal account (my.mun.ca) and MUN e-mail account
2. Click the green button below and log in your my.mun.ca. Once you log in, you will be landing on the ISA Services webpage
3. In order to request an airport greeting request you are required to order a campus card on the "ISA Services" tab once you have launched your "Student Services" tab in your My MUN account
4. Complete the greeter service request form
5. Check your MUN e-mail account to see if you receive the confirmation e-mail from the our office. If not, please contact our Arrival's Program Coordinator at email@example.com
6. Please book temporary accommodations prior to arrival to ensure you have a place to stay unless you have already secured accommodations. Also have your landlord's contact information on hand if you are living off campus.
All new international students are required to register with the Internationalization Office (IO). To register you must do two things:
1. Online check-in with the Internationalization Office (IO).
You are expected to check in online with the Internationalization Office from the comfort of your own home or upon arrival in St. John's through your my.mun.ca portal account
Steps for setting up your my.mun.ca portal accounts and checking in online:
A. Setup your Portal account (my.mun.ca) and MUN e-mail account
B. Click here. You will log in your my.mun.ca. Once you log in click the 'students' tab at the top of the page, and then click 'ISA Services' on the right hand side of the screen. You can proceed by checking in with us from this location.
C. Follow the instructions and answer the questions on each screen. Please note you may not be able to answer all the questions. It is OK to leave the question incomplete if you are unable to answer.
2. Attend ONE of our Information Sessions for International Students
When you arrive, you must attend one information session which will provide you with important information on things such as health insurance, immigration and other initiatives with our office. Dates and times of the information sessions will be posted.