Getting here

Memorial University is located in a unique natural and cultural setting -- Newfoundland and Labrador. Campuses on the east and west coasts of the island in St. John’s and Corner Brook, offer visitors a glimpse of our geographical wonders and rich heritage.

Travel to St. John's, NL

By plane – St. John’s is home to an international airport that serves all the airlines flying in and out of the province. 

By ferry – The Marine Atlantic ferry docks in Argentia. You can take Route 100 past the communities of Dunville and Freshwater. This route meets the Trans Canada Highway – drive east on the Trans Canada Highway to St. John’s.

By car – Drive east on the Trans Canada Highway towards St. John's. The exit to Allandale Road takes you to the Marine Insitute and St. John's campus.

By busDRL, the province’s private bus line makes regular stops at the Smallwood Centre to pick up and drop off travellers. 

Travel to Corner Brook, NL

By plane – To reach Corner Brook, you can fly to Deer Lake airport, located 30 minutes outside the city. Also, Stephenville airport is 50 minutes south of Corner Brook. Shuttles are available at both airports.

By ferry – Marine Atlantic operates a year-round ferry service from North Sydney, NS, to the island of Newfoundland. The Marine Atlantic ferry terminal at Port aux Basques is three hours from Corner Brook by car via the Trans Canada Highway.

By car – If driving from Port aux Basques, drive on the Trans Canada Highway towards Corner Brook and take exit 4. If driving from Deer Lake, exit 5 takes you to Grenfell Campus.

By busDRL, the province’s private bus line provides service to Corner Brook.

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