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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Notice
While the risk of COVID-19 to Newfoundland and Labrador residents remains low, Memorial has re-established a Pandemic Preparedness Committee (PPC), last constituted during the H1N1 pandemic. The committee is directed by the Office of the Chief Risk Officer. The committee will work with the provincial Department of Health and Community Services(HCS) and has overarching responsibility for managing the response to a possible pandemic.
To share accurate information about COVID-19 and the university’s response, Memorial has created a dedicated resource with the latest information as it pertains to the virus in the context of Memorial University of Newfoundland. The page also includes an overview of the COVID-19 risk, prevention information, and risks to the community.
Memorial University is home to students from around the globe, studying here full-time, part-time, for a short duration on exchange, or coming as visiting researchers.
To best serve your needs, select the purpose for which you wish to come to Memorial:
- Exchange student or visiting course-based short term study student
- Visiting graduate researcher
- Degree-seeking (new or transfer) undergraduate student
- Degree-seeking graduate student (Master's, PhD)
- English as a Second Language (ESL) participants (St. John's Campus)
- English as a Second Language (ESL) participants (Grenfell Campus, Corner Brook
The Internationalization Office (IO) at Memorial seeks to welcome all new students to Memorial University's St. John's Campus, as well as support those students coming in on exchange under Memorial's various partnership agreements.