Status of Fall 2021 semester
We are optimistic and expect to be on campus and in-person for university activities in September. We are excited to share this news and look forward to welcoming you. Detailed planning for the fall 2021 semester is ongoing and information is available on our Return to Campus website. The fall 2021 semester experience will look different, as Memorial will continue to follow public health requirements.
As a part of this commitment and our shared responsibility to keep each other and our extended families safe during the upcoming school year, we are implementing two new measures for the university community:
1. COVID-19 vaccines are required for all students, faculty and staff.
2. Masks are required on all Memorial campuses in all indoor spaces.
Memorial will launch the secure vaccine declaration form for students, faculty and staff within a week, which will be accessible on our website
. This form will also include the process for requesting exemptions to the vaccine mandate. As a reminder, first doses of the vaccine are required by Sept. 7 and second doses are required by Oct. 15, 2021.
An on-campus vaccine clinic will take place in the Arts and Science atrium on Sept. 6 and 7, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Residents of Newfoundland and Labrador who have received the COVID-19 vaccine can access their COVID-19 vaccination record online
Information for applicants
How should I submit physical copies of documents required for my application?
We are currently reviewing the processes to deal with these unexpected delays. Mail Services will continue to receive any couriered documents and deliver them to Admissions Office. However, processing delays have been put in place to ensure our staff's health and safety. Continue to check www.mun.ca/undergrad/apply for updates.
Required admissions documents
If you can get a digital copy of the required document from the required institution, you can request that they email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If the institution cannot email it directly to Memorial, then you can email it to the same email address. If the institution is not able to provide you with a document, then send the most recent copy of the document you have to email@example.com and we will follow up with you if more information is required. Please be sure to submit your documents in pdf format and include your Memorial student number if possible.
You can monitor your application and supporting documents status online using the credentials used to submit your application at https://www5.mun.ca/admit/bwskalog.P_DispLoginNon or through Memorial Self Service.
I am not able to write the standardized test required for proof of English proficiency. What should I do?
Depending on the curriculum in which you completed high school, proof of English proficiency through a standardized test may be required. Specific requirements for each curriculum are identified here. If you are required to submit proof of English proficiency but are unable to complete a specific test, we encourage you to complete an online test such as Duolingo. For a full list of accepted tests and the required scores for each one, you can refer to this page. The admissions team may make exceptions to this for students under exceptional circumstances, however, all applicants applying from curricula that require proof of English proficiency should be prepared to provide results from a standardized test. If you feel that your situation warrants an exception, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, student number, and an explanation of your situation.
Below are updates from some test agencies:
Payments to student accounts
The Bursar's Office is open for those needing to pay in person. For more information, please email email@example.com .
You can still pay your student account through MUN self service with Visa or Mastercard, or through online banking at your Canadian Financial institution. Set up Memorial University Newfoundland as a bill payee and use your student number as the account number.