Updates for students
Computer lab for students – St. John’s campus
Please be advised that the computer lab in the Engineering and Applied Science Building (EN-3000) will reopen on Feb. 17 for students who do not have personal computer access for remote learning. Work is ongoing to open additional computer labs in the coming weeks.
EN-3000 will be open between 8 a.m.-8 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m.-6 p.m. on weekends. The capacity of this room is six people. Printing is not available in EN-3000.
The building will remain under restricted access so students requiring access to the computer lab must request it in advance. To request access, email email@example.com with your name and student number between the hours of 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday to Friday.
If you have access to your own computer, please do not come to campus to use lab computers.
The Undergraduate Student Emergency Fund and the SGS Graduate Student Emergency Fund assist full-time, undergraduate and graduate students on all campuses who have been impacted financially by devastating, catastrophic or unforeseen circumstances - such as the COVID-19 pandemic. For the purposes of administration of this bursary, undergraduate is inclusive to undergraduate degree students as well as all diploma and certificate students. These funds will be made available to undergraduate and graduate students who contact the student support office on their respective campus directly for assistance. The merits of each request will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Students will be eligible to receive funds only once, unless extraordinary circumstances warrant otherwise.
For undergraduate students seeking financial assistance on the St. John’s campus, please contact the Student Support Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org
For undergraduate students seeking financial assistance on the Marine Institute campus, please contact the Office of Academic and Student Affairs at Angie.Clarke@mi.mun.ca
For graduate students seeking financial assistance on the St. John’s campus, Marine Institute and Grenfell campuses, please contact the School of Graduate Studies at email@example.com
To be eligible for this relief fund, students must:
• be a current full-time undergraduate or graduate student on any of Memorial’s campuses, who reports to be experiencing financial difficulties due to the devastating, catastrophic or unforeseen circumstances, such as the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic (i.e. lost wages due to employment ceasing);
• agree to meet with a staff person (virtually) to discuss their financial situation;
• be continuing their studies at Memorial in an upcoming semester or session, but not necessarily Spring/Summer and have not yet completed the requirements to graduate; and
• acknowledge and confirm acceptance of the terms and conditions that accompany awarding of these funds.