Congratulations on starting your university journey at Memorial! The tools and resources below will help you get started.
Follow these steps to prepare for your first semester at Memorial. Here you'll find information on how to prepare for registration, set up your MUN Login ID and student email address.
Check out these steps for new graduate students to plan and prepare for the start of your program. Additional information is available on the Resources for Graduate Students page. The Graduate Student Preparation Program also provides advice on the skills and knowledge you will need to be successful in your graduate program including communications, ethics and integrity, publishing, finances, study plans, wellness, student-supervisor relationships, career planning and social supports.
The Academic Advising Centre offers remote advising supports and can help you with course selection. Download Navigate to book an appointment with an advisor.
Graduate students looking for academic advice, have a few options. If you are in a research-intensive graduate program (i.e., requiring a thesis), please contact your faculty supervisor. If you are in a course-based graduate program, you can contact the graduate officer or academic program assistant of your academic unit with any questions. Faculty and staff in the School of Graduate Studies are also available to provide general support and advice on all aspects of your graduate program. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will get back to you right away.
Tuition and other student fees are assessed when you register. There are a number of ways to pay your fees before the payment deadline. If you have questions about charges and payments, please email email@example.com.
You will find information on the School of Graduate Studies website on how to pay fees, receive graduate funding (if you are in a research program and awarded funding), sign up for payroll deduction, and opt-out of health and dental insurance (if you are a full-time graduate student). You will also find helpful advice on how to create a budget and financial plan, information about funding and employment for graduate students including a scholarship database featuring over 350 scholarships. And, don't forget to keep an eye out for scholarship workshops and application writing sessions hosted by the School of Graduate Studies.