Memorial University is one of the largest universities in Atlantic Canada, offering more than 100 degree programs to a student population of almost 19,000.
The largest of four campuses is located in Newfoundland and Labrador’s capital city, St. John’s. On the St. John’s campus you’ll find state-of-the-art facilities and first-rate services. The Works offers you the provinces most comprehensive recreation package at a decent price; while at the Queen Elizabeth II Library you’ll find the best library holdings in Atlantic Canada.
If you plan on living on-campus you’ll find that our residence facilities provide a safe environment that promotes academic success and provides an abundance of social, recreational, and educational learning opportunities.
February information sessions
Interested in learning more about Memorial? Want to talk to one of our recruiters? Join us at an upcoming information session this February:
Newfoundland & Labrador information sessions
Meet us in Baie Verte, Clarenville, Corner Book, Deer Lake, Grand Falls-Windsor, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador City/Wabush, Port Aux Basques, Springdale, St. John's and Stephenville.
Nova Scotia information sessions
Join us in Halifax/Dartmouth and Truro.
New Brunswick information sessions
Look for us in Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John.
Lodgings for campus guests
Student Residences has affordable, comfortable accommodations for visitors available in Hatcher House. Rooms are available from January to August and begin at $59 per night plus taxes. Bed and bath linens are provided. Extended stay rates are also available. Bookings must be received three days in advance.
Book your stay today.
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We’re back! Welcome to Winter 2017 at Memorial.
“The New Class” is a web series which follows a group of new students as they experience Memorial's St. John's campus in the 2016/2017 academic year. Through their eyes, we encounter the opportunities and challenges new students face throughout their first year of life at university in St. John's, Newfoundland.