Memorial University provides for registration through Memorial Self-Service. The following registration procedures outline students' responsibilities in registering and instructions for using the system. Therefore, please take a few moments to read up on these procedures.
Confirmation of Eligibility to Register
Your @mun.ca e-mail account will receive confirmation of your eligibility to register, with the date and time at which you may begin your registration, as well as your program of studies. This information is also available from Memorial Self-Service for new and current students.
Making Changes to Your Program
You should review the information in your e-mailed confirmation or on Memorial Self-Service to confirm its accuracy. Any changes to your academic program information should be made by completing and returning a Declaration/Change of Academic Program Form to the Office of the Registrar at least one week before registration, as your eligibility for admission to some courses may be determined on the basis of your academic program information on file. Students pursuing a certificate program should also declare this on the Declaration/Change of Academic Program Form (available at the Office of the Registrar or downloadable in pdf here).
Memorial University uses a registration priority system to determine the date and/or time of students' registration. This system is based on two factors: the number of credit hours earned prior to Fall Semester and the grade point average. The grade point average used is the higher of either the cumulative grade point average earned prior to Fall Semester, or the grade point average based on your last 30 credit hours completed prior to Fall Semester.
For new students, i.e. those who have not previously attended a post-secondary institution, early-offer scholarship recipients register first; all other new students register in accordance with a schedule based on the first three letters of their last name. For more information, see the official Registration Priority Policy document.