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The undergraduate Application for Admission/Readmission is available online and as a downloadable PDF at: www.mun.ca/regoff/forms.php. The application fee is $50 for Canadian high school students, $100 for International students and students transferring from institutions outside Newfoundland and Labrador. The fee is payable by credit card (MasterCard or Visa only). If students are applying online, they should remember their login ID and PIN so they can return to their application later if needed. While the online application for admission is recommended to enable students to check the progress of their applications, paper applications are available to download at the above address. These must be accompanied by the appropriate application fee which may also be paid by credit card, certified cheque, money order, or by cash (in person only).
The priority application deadlines for general admission are as follows:
March 1 - Fall semester (September)
October 1 - Winter semester (January)
February 1 - Spring semester (May)
Specific academic program deadlines can be found in the programs section.
From high school/secondary students or previous graduates, we require:
Transfer students who have attended other recognized post-secondary institutions, we require:
1 For high school students in Newfoundland and Labrador, grades will be automatically forwarded to Memorial University from the Department of Education.
2 Required forms can be found at mun.ca/regoff/forms.php
Where official transcripts are required, there should be originals sent directly from the originating school. Where this is not possible, we will accept notarized copies of the originals.
DOCUMENTS SHOULD BE SENT TO:
Office of the Registrar
Memorial University of Newfoundland
P.O. Box 4200
St. John’s, NL A1C 5S7
There is a separate application for student housing on campus. We recommend that students apply early, and it is not necessary to wait to be accepted to the university to apply. For details on living on-campus and off-campus in St. John’s, visit mun.ca/hfcs. For details about living on-campus and off-campus at Grenfell Campus, visit swgc.mun.ca/swgc-res.
The International Student Advising (ISA) office can provide information on housing for international students. To speak with a Housing Coordiantor please visit http://www.mun.ca/isa/housing/.
Canadian and International applicants are automatically considered for entrance scholarships based on their application for admission. There is no further documentation required for entrance scholarships. Students must ensure that their application and documents are submitted for the March 1 application deadline for consideration.
For students in Newfoundland and Labrador, schools are asked to nominate their top students for an early scholarship offer of $2,000 or more. These offers are limited to students who have an average of 90 per cent or higher on the courses required for admission to Memorial University.
For more information on scholarships, visit mun.ca/scholarships. For Canadian students who are looking to apply for government student loans, the Canada Student Loans Program Application Kits are available in June. Visit canlearn.ca for details.
We want to ensure that students have a chance to ask questions, as well as provide them with all of the important information they need about applications, course selection and registration procedures. For answers to academic questions, students can e-mail email@example.com or call 709 864 8801.
For students in the Atlantic provinces, we will do our best to provide one-on-one academic advising in the spring, either at their school or at an evening event. For students in other regions, or where we cannot meet in person, we will make contact via e-mail or telephone.
Further information and resources can be found in the following publications below: