But, before you’re on your way, we want to make sure:
You've registered for Orientation?
Make sure the Orientation team knows your coming, don’t forget to register. Still unsure whether or not you want to attend? Orientation is designed to welcome, inspire and socialize new students to the St. John's Campus. Who knows, you may meet your new best friend there.
Don't forget to check out their list of things to do before Orientation!
You've checked the list of things to bring for residence? (if you’re living on-campus)
The housing office has a list of everything you should bring with you. Realized you’ve forgotten something once you’ve gotten here? Our malls and big box stores can help you find what you need.
You've registered for your courses? Talked with an Academic Advisor?
Registration has been on going since mid-July. If you have yet to register, make sure to do so by following the undergraduate steps to register. If you are unsure what courses you should register for, contact the Academic Advising Centre and ask for assistance from one of their advisors.
You've paid your fees?
Tuition and other associated fees are due by the end of the first day of classes in each semester. In order to avoid a late fee, make sure to pay them on time. Avoid the lineup and pay your fees through online banking.
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.