People tell us Memorial is a community within a community.
It’s the largest university in Atlantic Canada, and here you’ll find state-of-the-art facilities and first-rate services.
The Queen Elizabeth II Library is equipped with the latest technology and some of the best holdings in Atlantic Canada, and is ranked by Maclean’s magazine as one of Canada’s best university libraries.
Then there’s student support. From Student Affairs and Services to our student union, MUNSU, you’ll have access to countless programs and services on campus and throughout the city.
Clubs and societies at Memorial are numerous, serve a wide range of interests and help students connect with each other.
If the St. John’s campus is a community, the Smallwood Centre is the town square. Here you’ll find medical care, a pharmacy, stores, a food court, study corners and hangouts. From the bookstore to career and wellness centres, there’s almost nothing you can’t find here.
Newfoundland and Labrador has one of the lowest crime rates in North America and our campus security team, along with programs like Walksafe and Drivesafe, helps keep it that way.