I've Applied. Now What?
1. Submit your documents
Applicants will be contacted via email, using the address specified on the application, to acknowledge receipt of an application once processing has begun. The confirmation will include the following information:
- student identification number
- program of study requested
- personal contact information
- application login id and pin
Once you receive this email, you can submit your transcripts and other supporting documents. Make sure you submit your documents before the application deadlines. As your documents are received, they are matched to your application. Where possible, provide your student ID number with your document(s).
If we haven't received your documents within three weeks of your application acknowledgement, we will remind you by email of any outstanding supporting documents.
2. Check the status of your application and review processing times
If this is your first time applying, you can log in to the online application for admission, using your application login ID and PIN, to track the status of the application. Current or former Memorial students can log in to Memorial Self-Service to check the status using the "Admissions" menu.
Application processing will begin on the following dates:
- winter semester (Jan. to April) – Feb. 28
- spring semester (May – Aug.) – Sept. 30
- fall semester (Sept. to Dec.) – Oct. 30*
* Newfoundland and Labrador high school applicants can expect to have their applications processed starting on Nov. 30.
After these dates, you can expect the following processing times:
- Applications - three business days. Application processing times during peak periods (early Jan. to late March) may be longer.
- Supporting documents - five to 10 business days once received.
- General admission application decisions - three to five business days once all required documents are received. Decisions will be communicated via email. Applications received during peak periods (early Jan. to late March) may take longer for a decision.
- Competitive-entry program applications - normally assessed within one month following the related application deadline.
You can contact the academic unit responsible for the program for which you have applied to find out when you'll hear from them.
Our students benefit from one of the lowest tuition fees in Canada, since our tuition is subsidized by our provincial government. To assist students with their finances, we provide opportunities to work on-campus and receive scholarships.
To be considered for early entrance scholarship offers, you must apply for admission and e-mail an unofficial copy of your mid-year grade/progress report (issued by your school in January or February) no later than March 1.
Out-of-province Canadian students
To be considered for an early entrance scholarship offer, you must submit an interim transcript showing your completed grade 11 and grade 12 courses to date by the March 1 priority deadline.
4. Check out residence options
While you wait to hear from us, check out our on-campus living options. First year students can apply to live in Macpherson College or Paton College and are guaranteed a room in residence. You must receive a provisional acceptance before you can apply to live in our residences.