Fall 2020 COVID-19 Information
Availability for Winter 2021 (Updated October 15th, 2020)
As the majority of students will be learning remotely, Student Housing at Grenfell Campus will continue to operate at a significantly reduced capacity in winter 2021. The Chalet apartments will be open to new and returning students. For further information and specific details about the Chalet Apartments, please click here.
As this is a new development, final processes are still being determined. All information will be shared on this page once it is available.
Students requiring accommodations for any reason are welcome to apply for the winter semester. Unfortunately, due to limited space we are unable to guarantee accommodation for everyone who may require it.
Please note that any student travelling to the province from outside of the Canadian Atlantic Province bubble (Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick) must abide by isolation protocols set out by federal and provincial governments. Canadian students are asked to refer to both the provincial COVID-19 site and the Memorial University COVID-19 hub in order to ensure that you are abiding by the proper isolation protocols once you arrive in the province.
International students are asked to connect with the Internationalization Office regarding travelling to the province for the fall and winter semesters. It is the responsibility of the student to have an isolation plan in place.
Student Housing is still accepting applications for the Chalet Apartments for the Winter 2021 semester.
Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and residence re-openings, confirmation and cancellation fees will be waived for the 2020-2021 academic year. The $20 application fee remains in place as this fee is used to fund residence life programming throughout the year. Any overages in that fund is used in the following year.
Mandatory Mask Policy
As of Monday, August 24th, masks must be worn in indoor public spaces and common areas or any time a two-meter physical distance cannot be maintained while within university facilities. This applies to all common spaces within housing facilities such as hallways, stairwells and laundry rooms. For more detailed information on the mandatory mask policy please click here.
We understand that not all questions may be answered on this page. If you have any questions regarding your eligibility, application or anything else do not hesitate to contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org.