Services for Students
Your MUN Login credentials are your gateway to IT services at Memorial, including wireless, my.mun.ca, the MUNmobile app and MUNmail.
Go to my.mun.ca to access web services, such as email, Online Learning, free software downloads, Memorial Self-Service, and the grade calculator. Also learn about career development opportunities, living on campus and services available for students registered with the Blundon Centre and for international students.
Your @mun.ca email is Memorial’s official way of communicating with you. When you create your MUN Login account, your @mun.ca email account is created at the same time. Go to my.mun.ca to access your email.
Your app for student resources, including course schedule, grades, cancellation notices, exam schedule, maps and academic dates to remember. It’s available for Apple and Android. Visit http://www.mun.ca/munmobile/ for more details.
A repository of apps to make your MUN student experience smoother. Visit http://www.mun.ca/apps/ for more details.
Student Support at The Commons
The Commons provides access to IT resources and technical support. The main Commons computer lab, the Digital Media Centre, and the Makerspace are located in the Queen Elizabeth II Library. The main computer lab provides access to computers, software, and printing. The Digital Media Centre provides colour and large format poster printing, scanning services, and virtual reality, as well as access to specialized software. Assistive technology software, hardware, and support services are also available. The Makerspace is a space for creation and exploration using various equipment (e.g., 3D printers and laser cutters) and tools. Additional Commons lab resources are location in the Clock Tower (Rotunda) and Hatcher House.
Go to my.mun.ca to download software:
- Microsoft Office Pro Plus: Install Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher and Access on as many as five personal computers or mobile devices.
- MATLAB for technical computing.
- McAfee anti-virus software for use on personally owned computer equipment.