Student Supports at Memorial
Student Life offers a range of student supports all designed to empower you thrive. If you're not sure where to start, your first point of contact should be ASK. You'll find friendly and knowledgeable staff ready to answer your questions and connect you with resources and supports. If you need to improve your study skills, make sure you check out our workshops that will help you explore ways of learning and help you discover how you learn best.
We're eager to ensure all students experience an accessible learning environment. You can work with a student learning accessibility advisor through the Blundon Centre to create an academic plan that is tailored to your strengths, discuss options for assistive technology and explore options for financial support.
Practicing gratitude, happiness and hope is core to student thriving and Student Life has programs resources and supports to empower you to foster a positive perspective. In addition to our online well-being resources, we run a series of creative programs that will help you discover the art of well-being. We also offer individual, in-person single-session well-being coaching sessions to help you explore your personal wellness goals.
Memorial University prides itself on fostering a respectful campus community grounded on the principles of respect. We know that sometimes students need to raise concerns about a situation. Student Life is here to support you through the process of raising and resolving your concern. If the matter involves a student, then the case should be referred to the Student Code of Conduct. If the concern is regarding a faculty or staff member, then the matter can be addressed under the non-academic appeals process. All situations pertaining to sexual harassment or sexual assault should be referred to the Sexual Harassment Office.
For emergencies, contact Campus Enforcement and Patrol (CEP) 864-4100 if you are on campus and 911 if you are off campus.