Note for incoming students 2021
Congratulations on being accepted into the BN (Collaborative) Program! We look forward to working with you and to getting to know you! This past year has been challenging and we know you have many questions about your nursing program. We are here to answer those questions and to help you prepare for an exciting new journey into nursing education.
In Memorial University’s communication for the fall 2021 semester, it stated that classes will be offered on campus and in person, but classes over 100 will be remote. We are planning for most of the nursing courses to be on campus and in person but that will depend on public health requirements in the fall. Two courses will be remote this fall due to class size: NURS1002 Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) and Biochemistry 1430, however A&P labs will be on site at the MUN and CNS campus and remote at the WRSON campus.
Detailed planning for the fall 2021 semester is ongoing and information will be shared as it becomes available on Memorial’s COVID-19 website.
This summer, Memorial University and Grenfell will offer resources to help students prepare for the fall semester including MUN 101 and MUNUp. All students will automatically be added to the MUN 101 Bright Space site and all WRSON students will be automatically added to the Your Grenfell Experience Bright Space shell. You can stay up to date on Memorial orientation activities by checking here https://www.mun.ca/munup/orientation or https://grenfell.mun.ca/Orientation.
We will be sending you a welcome information packages early in the summer via your @mun.ca email account that will answer many of the questions you have as you prepare to begin your nursing education in the fall. Until then, take care!
The Faculty and Staff at MUNFON, CNS and WRSON
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