The University Calendar for the 2023-24 academic year is now available.
To help you make your academic plan for the fall semester, the Academic Advising Centre (AAC) has extended registration support hours on July 11-13 and 17-19 from 4:30 – 6:45 p.m. NDT.
Choosing a pass/fail (PAS/FAL) grade can have implications if you’re competing for or maintaining a scholarship, have plans to apply for admission to graduate, professional or other competitive programs that rely on GPA or numeric scores, or if you are required to maintain a particular overall average to graduate in a major, minor or honours program. You should discuss this option with your instructor, preferably before the end of your last class, to see if it is possible for your course. It is the instructor’s discretion whether they wish to permit PAS/FAL grading in their course.
If you decide to choose the PAS/FAL option, it may not be possible to switch to a numeric grade at a later time as there is no obligation for your instructor to keep a record of that numeric grade. Read more about the PAS/FAL option in the student FAQ. Students should contact their department or faculty undergraduate advisor or the Academic Advising Centre with additional questions. Information about grades, averages, and GPA is available online.
With classes resuming for all paused courses at Memorial University tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 15, a number of measures have been put in place to mitigate the academic and financial impacts of the MUNFA strike.
The University Diary for the 2023-24 academic year is now available.
To help you make your academic plan for the winter semester, the Academic Advising Centre (AAC) has extended registration support hours on Nov. 7-10 and 14-16 from 4:30 – 6:45 p.m. NST.
Memorial University students and graduates now have access to official transcripts and other academic documents in their own virtual credential wallet.
Two incoming first-year students, Jason Matthews and Samantha Morgan, at Memorial University have been named 2022 recipients of Schulich Leader Scholarships.
In preparation for final exams, there are some important reminders and information for you to review and consider including COVID protocols, learning supports and spaces, wellness and counselling as well as exam schedules, procedures and invigilation.
Your personalized final exam schedule for winter semester courses is now available on Memorial Self-Service. The full exam schedule and future exam periods are available under the Registration and Final exams section.
With the emergence and rapid spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, the winter 2022 semester at Memorial will return to a primarily remote teaching and learning environment until Jan. 31. More details are available online.
Memorial has released the academic year. There is an adjustment from previous years to now include the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in the fall semester. Significant dates will be considered final when published in the 2022-23 university Calendar.
A number of classrooms have been designated as spaces for students to attend remote lectures while on-campus. Available on a first-come-first-served basis, these spaces require students to bring their own devices and provide limited access to electrical outlets.
Information Technology Services (ITS) advises all university clients of a MUN login outage on Friday, Aug. 20, 2021, from 2-5 p.m. Any applications which use MUN login authentication will not be available during this time (e.g. my.mun.ca). More information can be found through the Office of the CIO. Students wishing to go through Memorial Self Service to view grades, request transcripts or enrolment verifications, view their financial information, etc. should log in through Memorial Self Service directly: www.mun.ca/memorial-self-service.
Memorial University has announced a new schedule of tuition fees for undergraduate students, effective fall 2022.
Implementing a change to Memorial’s tuition structure is complex and will take time. Over the coming days and weeks, the university will work to ensure all necessary details are considered to address implications to our students. Details will be communicated as they become available.
For more detailed information, visit our Money Matters web page.
Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, Memorial University is postponing the Spring 2021 Convocation ceremonies for St. John’s and Corner Brook. However, students who have applied to graduate this spring and have met all the university’s requirements will be awarded their degrees, certificates and diplomas on May 19 and be sent them by mail shortly afterwards.
Spring 2021 grads will be invited to cross the stage at a convocation ceremony at a later date, after public health restrictions are lifted and large in-person gatherings are permitted.
So while there will be no convocation ceremonies this spring, on June 3 Memorial will host Hats Off!, a special virtual event designed to celebrate the spring class of 2021. This fun event will be a unique salute to new grads, welcoming them into the Memorial University alumni family. More details, including special guest performers, will be available in the coming weeks at www.mun.ca/convocation/celebration.
Academic Integrity is always held in the highest regard at Memorial University. As we begin the winter 2021 semester in a primarily remote teaching and learning environment, it is important to remember that expectations regarding completion of all work with academic integrity remain unchanged. By adhering to our high standard of academic integrity, we protect the excellent reputation of our programs, credentials and institution. For further information on Academic Integrity at Memorial University please visit www.library.mun.ca/researchtools/guides/integrity. Students with questions are encouraged to reach out to their instructors and academic advisors.
Due to the delayed start for the winter 2021 semester (for most programs) there are changes to the important dates for the semester, including registration activities (add/drop dates and deactivation of waitlists). A revised list of these dates are available on the Important Dates and Deadlines page.
With the start of the formal examination period for Fall 2020, beginning on Dec. 9, 2020, it is recommended to review the Examinations and Invigilation Guidelines for the Remote Learning Environment approved by Senate this fall.
The official start date of winter 2021 classes in most programs at the St. John's campus, Grenfell Campus and Marine Institute will be moved to Monday, Jan. 11, 2021.
In light of challenges experienced with the transition to remote learning, the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies has approved a motion to modify General Undergraduate Regulation 18.104.22.168 #3. For the Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 semesters:
From the beginning of the ninth week following the first day of lectures in any semester to the last day to add courses in the following semester, a student who is prevented from completing the requirements of a course by illness, bereavement, or other acceptable cause, duly authenticated in writing, may drop a course without academic prejudice. This may occur only with the approval of the head of the academic unit of the student's program or in the case of students who have not declared a program, the head of the academic unit of the course in question, who shall consult with the course instructor. A grade of DR will be assigned in these circumstances and will be entered on the student's record.
Under normal circumstances, the student would require the signatures of the course instructor and the head of the academic unit.
Students with questions on the impact of dropping a course, or other questions which are academic in nature, should speak with an Academic Advisor. Students who indicate they are anxious or concerned with their stress and their workload, may benefit from the resources available from the Student Wellness and Counselling Centre or Grenfell Campus Counselling and Psychological Services.
Memorial University has moved its Application for Admission (Undergraduate, Graduate and Marine Institute applications) to a new platform that allows for an improved user experience by making the application more responsive and offering better functionality.
The new platform also incorporates the functionality to implement Confirmation of Admission and Tuition Fee Deposit as approved by Senate in March 2019 for Fall 2021 implementation.
Over the past year, Memorial has engaged with the university community and a variety of student/applicant groups in a review of its Application for Admission. Based on the responses received, a number of positive changes have been incorporated into the application. The application introduces a responsive user interface with the ability for the user to upload unofficial documentation and student-generated documentation directly to their application. It will also introduce improved payment options, user access to the submitted application information, and communication regarding application requirements.
Students can now access the Application for Admission for Fall (September) 2021.
The significant academic dates for the 2021-2022 academic year are now available. While every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this document, the completed University Diary published in the 2021-2022 Calendar will be considered final and accurate.
The Winter 2021 semester start of registration for undergraduate students has been delayed until Monday, Nov. 9, 2020. Registration for graduate students has been delayed until Monday, Nov. 30, 2020. The delay will allow academic units to review and make updates to their course offerings. Review the University Diary for the revised dates. Semester start and end dates remain unchanged.
Registration times will be sent to students via their @mun.ca email address and will also be viewable in Memorial Self-Service in the coming weeks. The Winter 2021 course offerings are now available. More information regarding registration can be found on the Registrar's Office webpage.
Memorial’s winter semester will continue with remote instruction of most courses at all campuses of Memorial University. This means in-person on-campus courses will not resume before May 2021.
Memorial will continue to operate in a primarily remote teaching and learning environment for the winter 2021 semester. This decision was taken in a special meeting of the university Senate today. Read more in the Gazette.
Recently the province of Newfoundland and Labrador adopted the new COVID Alert app to help prevent the spread of the virus. The app is designed to let Canadians know whether they may have been exposed to COVID-19. Memorial is endorsing the app and encourages faculty, staff and students to voluntarily download the app for free to help protect yourself and others.
Since early July, Memorial has strongly encouraged wearing non-medical masks while on campus. Beginning Monday, Aug. 24, 2020 masks must be worn in public indoor spaces in Newfoundland and Labrador as issued in a special measures order by Newfoundland and Labrador’s Chief Medical Officer. Therefore, non-medical masks will be mandatory beginning on Monday for Memorial faculty, staff, students and visitors.
Memorial University has developed general technology standards for remote/online learning across Memorial’s campuses in fall 2020.
Read more about the differences in online delivery and remote delivery.
Registration for Fall 2020 undergraduate courses is now available via Memorial Self-Service. To find your registration time, check your @mun.ca email, or find it on Self-Service: Registration > View Registration Times.
Memorial is offering a selection of course offerings from various disciplines through a special 10-week spring semester, running from June 4-Aug. 12. Registration opened on Tuesday, May 26 and remains open until Sunday, June 14.
There is a limit on course enrolment. Some courses are full, but a variety of other courses are still available. Visit mun.ca/undergrad/kickstart for details about course availability, steps on how to register, course descriptions and more.
Newfoundland and Labrador continues to operate under Public Health COVID-19 Alert Levels, which outline services, businesses and functions allowed to operate at each alert level. The province is currently scheduled to move to Alert Level 3 on Monday, June 8. Work is ongoing at Memorial to implement a phased resumption of on-campus academic, research and administrative activities, in consideration of government’s five-level approach.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the direction given by Memorial University’s Emergency Operations Centre, staff members are working from home effective March 19 and have limited access to systems. Response to email and phone calls may be delayed as we prioritize essential operations and matters that require immediate attention.
If you are a current student and you have questions, live chat is available from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily. When live chat is offline, students can visit the FAQ for answers to common questions or check out the contact information page for phone numbers or email addresses for key departments. Students can also email email@example.com with their questions.
Memorial University is committed to employee health, and the health of the general public. Your patience and support is appreciated during this unprecedented time.
Memorial University is making changes to the end dates for the winter 2020 semester in an effort to make up for time lost during the state of emergency. Full details on the Frequently Asked Questions page.
As the St. John's campuses of Memorial University were closed due to circumstances related to weather, responses to applications and documents have been delayed. We are processing applications and documents prioritized by application semester and program. You should receive an email acknowledgement within the next 14 business days. Please do not resubmit applications or documents. Your application is important to us and we thank you for your patience.
Transcripts and undergraduate enrolment verification letters requested up to 10 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 23, 2019 have been processed. With the closure announcement for the St. John's campus on Tuesday, Dec. 24, transcripts and letters are available for pick up in A-2003 until 4:20 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 23, 2019. The Registrar's Office is closed Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019 and reopening on Friday, Jan. 3, 2020. Transcript and undergraduate enrolment verification requests received during the closure will be processed on Friday, Jan. 3, 2020.
One of the primary functions of the Registrar’s Office at Memorial University is to provide academic support and systems to all students, from application to graduation, and everything in between.
On Dec. 5-6, the Registrar’s Office, in association with the Atlantic Registrar’s Committee (ARC), is hosting a two-day meeting. The ARC is a recently approved subcommittee of the Atlantic Association of Registrars and Admissions Officers (AARAO), and this is the first meeting under its new structure.
The Registrar’s Office implemented student service fees effective Oct. 1. The fees can be found on the Finance and Administration website.
The general application for admission for the Fall 2020 intake will open Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Effective December 2019, students who have completed their program requirements by the end of that fall semester will have the opportunity to graduate in February 2020. There will be no formal ceremony in February. Rather, students will graduate during that month’s University Senate meeting.
All applicants will be assigned to the upcoming Spring 2020 convocation ceremonies but have the option to postpone attendance until Fall 2020 convocation ceremonies. Registration to attend convocation opens in late-February/early-March.
Effective Fall 2019, there will no longer be an annual fall convocation in Corner Brook.
- Students will automatically be assigned to the fall convocation in St. John’s; however, students wishing to attend the annual spring convocation in May 2020 instead, must email firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 1, 2019.
- While all degrees and graduation parchments will be issued in the fall, students can opt to participate ceremonially in Corner Brook in May 2020.
- All eligible candidates will be awarded their degree and issued their graduation parchment either during the Fall 2019 convocation ceremonies in St. John’s or by mail at the permanent address as recorded in Memorial Self-Service, about one week after fall convocation.
Undergraduate and Graduate course offerings for the Fall 2019 semester are now available. Review the course offerings and plan a schedule before registration begins in July.
Exams scheduled for this morning, Friday, Dec. 7 are postponed until Sunday, Dec. 9 due to a delayed opening on the St. John's campus. Students will be able to access updated times and locations of their exams at Self Service as soon as possible. Students doing online courses and writing exams on the St. John's campus or Marine Institute should check the CITL website or the news in their Brightspace course site for changes to their exam schedules.
Due to the Canada Post labour disruption, there may be delays in correspondence sent from and received by the Office of the Registrar via Canada Post. This includes such items as official transcripts, enrolment verification letters and required documents for admission. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
The University Diary for the upcoming 2019 - 2020 academic year has been released.
The undergraduate application for admission to Fall 2019 will open on Oct. 15.
The Undergraduate Application for Admission for the Fall 2018 semester closed on Sept. 5. After that date students are encouraged to apply for admission into a subsequent semester. For more information, contact the Admissions Office.
Registration for Fall 2018 undergraduate courses is now available via Memorial Self-Service. To find your registration time, check your @mun.ca email, or find it on Self-Service: Registration > View Registration Times.
Fall 2018 course offerings are now available online and through Memorial Self-Service. Plan your fall schedule and prepare for your registration in July.
Planning to graduate and receive your degree at fall convocation? The deadline to apply to graduate is July 15.
Apply through the "Graduation and Convocation" menu in Memorial Self-Service.
The 2018-19 University Calendar is now available. Regulations are effective September 1, 2018.
The 2017-18 University Calendar is now available. These regulations are in effect from Sept. 1, 2017 - Aug. 21, 2018.
On May 11, the Board of Regents approved Memorial University’s budget, which included two new fees for all students: a student services fee and a campus renewal fee.
These fees are in line with fees charged by many universities across Canada and will be implemented beginning in Fall 2017.