Your application will be processed by the Registrar's Office in the order that they are received. Any
supporting documents you submit are attached to your application. If you applied online, your application summary and credit card receipt confirm that you've successfully submitted your application. You can
check your application status using your application login ID and PIN number.
The Registrar's Office will contact you by e-mail (using the contact information included on your application) to confirm that the application process has begun. This e-mail message will link you to important information and will confirm:
- Your student identification number
- The program you've applied to
- Your personal address and other contact information
Application processing times may be longer during peak application periods (early January to late March).
Current or former students
Current or former Memorial University students who applied through
Memorial Self-Service can also use the Admission menu to check the status of their application.
Our bachelor of nursing, and
bachelor of fine arts programs require you to submit application documents in addition to the items listed on your general application summary.
If you are applying to a competitive program offered by Memorial’s St John’s campus, you may also have to submit additional
documents.These additional requirements are outlined in the related supplementary
application forms listing. The Registrar's Office will contact you by email or regular mail to let you know if there any required documents missing from your application.
How will I know if I've been accepted?
A decision about your general admission application is usually made within several days of receiving your application and all required documents. A letter confirming your general admission or readmission status is sent by the Registrar's Office to the permanent mailing address included on your application. This letter is sent within two business days following a decision about your application.
Degrees with limited or selective admission
Applications for degree programs with limited spots or selective admission requirements are reviewed by the related department. You will hear from the department directly once a decision about your application has been made. An acceptance letter will be sent to you by mail to the permanent mailing address included on your application form.
Contact the department responsible for the program you have applied to for more information.