Memorial University has a diverse community of Aboriginal students, assisted by the Aboriginal Resouce Office (ARO) located on campus, UC-4003. ARO provides support services to Aboriginal students and educates the university on Aboriginal peoples within our province.
- Memorial offers a diverse list of graduate programs designed to meet your expectations for academic excellence and your desire for intellectual challenges.
- Graduate students get a chance to work with world-renowned researchers at Memorial. Whether you want to become an expert in population dynamics or folksongs, oil and gas, or mergers and acquisitions, you'll find your match here.
- Memorial's Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience program offers high-quality workshops and training sessions to support professional skills development among graduate students.
A place to belong
- Memorial offers on campus resourses for Aboriginal students such as the Aboriginal Student Centre and MUNSU Aboriginal Student Representative.
- St. John's campus offers an Aboriginal Student Council called Siawita'nej which means "always moving forward" in Mi'kmaq.
- Grenfell campus has an Aboriginal Resource Centre and an Aboriginal Liaison Coordinator, as well as an Aboriginal Student Caucus.
- Students can also connect with external Aboriginal offices and become actively involved in the St. Jonn's Native Friendship Centre.
- A variety of Aboriginal scholarships are available for Aboriginal students and are detailed in the Aboriginal Student Scholarship Handbook.
- For more information, students can review the Student Handbook, specifically designed for Aboriginal Students on the St. John's campus.