Return to campus
Memorial University is looking forward to welcoming the university community back to campus. As Newfoundland and Labrador gradually opens up, we are eagerly preparing our spaces to deliver a safe learning experience to students across all our campuses.
New and current students should be making plans to be on our campuses for their university experiences this fall. While courses and classes with enrolments of more than 100 will be delivered remotely, students registering for those courses will need to be on campus for labs, tutorials, small seminars and other course components that may be delivered in-person.
Further details on return to campus for students can be found here.
Memorial employees returned to work on campus on Tuesday, July 13. More information can be found in the Guide to Campus Recovery and further information will be shared as it becomes available.
Students, faculty, staff and visitors will require the first dose of an approved vaccination by Sept. 7, 2021, and the second dose by Oct. 15, 2021, unless granted an accommodation. Recognized vaccines include those approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) and/or Health Canada. More information will be shared soon on the process by which Memorial will be requesting vaccination information.
Memorial is offering free vaccination clinics for all students, faculty, and staff members.
As well, Memorial encourages faculty, staff and students to download the COVID Alert app to help protect yourself and others. The app is designed to let Canadians know whether they may have been exposed to COVID-19.