Making friends, getting involved, challenging ideas and discovering who you are as an adult is all part of the experience.
Whether you get involved in student politics or participate in the Model United Nations group, champion the rights of minority groups or just lend a hand at a local food bank, the options for getting involved are endless.
You'll become the person you want to be.
Classroom learning is all well and good, but learning by doing brings more rewards. There's the sense of satisfaction in seeing your work at work in the community. A feeling of pride when you're complimented on a job-well-done. No matter what your field of study, you can put your skills to the test through any of the following on-campus groups. Anyone is allowed to join.
See your name in print in Memorial's student newspaper, The MUSE. Or tell the entire campus what's on your mind on-air at CHMR. Our student media outlets are always welcoming new contributors and are a powerful voice on campus.
Enactus Memorial (formerly SIFE)
Enactus is serious business here at Memorial. Six-time national champions, and the 2008 World champions, this group is committed to increasing entrepreneurship and fostering youth business initatives. Enactus Memorial provides practical experience to students at Memorial University to compliment their academic programs and welcomes students from all faculities.
Become a part of Enactus Memorial and enjoy:
Want to help make poverty history? Don't let the name fool you. EWB welcomes anyone wishing to help the world's poor through international development.
The great thing about a campus this big is that you don't have far to go to meet like minded people.
Clubs and societies at Memorial help students connect with others who share their interests.
There are currently more than 100 clubs which have been organized by the Students' Union, addressing a wide range of interests.
Clubs are based on a diverse scope of academic, athletic, cultural, faith, political, and recreational interests.
Students who are interested in forming a club around an interest which is not currently addressed may contact the Students' Union Director of Student Life.