Welcome

Welcome to your first year of studies at Memorial Univeristy!

For all things Orientation, click HERE.

Change is hard, but this site is here to make the transition to university a lot easier. 

Throughout your first year and beyond, a fuller hub of the supports and resources you need can be found on the Current Students website - your gateway to all things Memorial. 

We're glad you're here! 

 

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10 WAYS TO GET A HEADSTART

 

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Just ASK

If you’re a student with a question, and you’re not really sure where to go, your first point of contact should be ASK.

Becky Gardner and Joan Conway are student liaisons at ASK. Located in the Student Experience Office in UC3005, ASK is a central point of contact for students, staff, faculty and visitors who have questions about the programs and resources available to help students succeed.

 

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New academic integrity course for first-year students

Memorial University is addressing academic integrity with a new course for first-year, full-time undergraduate students. The university-wide pilot is being developed by Memorial University Libraries, in collaboration with the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies, and aims to create and foster a culture of academic integrity.

Academic integrity—principled ethical practice within university and academic environments—will become part of the essential introductory information new students receive when they enroll at Memorial.

 

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Features

Just ASK

If you’re a student with a question, and you’re not really sure where to go, your first point of contact should be ASK.

Becky Gardner and Joan Conway are student liaisons at ASK. Located in the Student Experience Office in UC3005, ASK is a central point of contact for students, staff, faculty and visitors who have questions about the programs and resources available to help students succeed.

 

[Read More...]

New academic integrity course for first-year students

Memorial University is addressing academic integrity with a new course for first-year, full-time undergraduate students. The university-wide pilot is being developed by Memorial University Libraries, in collaboration with the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies, and aims to create and foster a culture of academic integrity.

Academic integrity—principled ethical practice within university and academic environments—will become part of the essential introductory information new students receive when they enroll at Memorial.

 

[Read More...]