Memorial University's Summer Bridging Program is offered at Grenfell Campus in August each summer.
Any Newfoundland and Labrador student who misses the MUN admission requirements by five per cent or less - that is, a final admission average between 65 and 69.9 per cent - and successfully passes the courses required for admission, is eligible to apply to the Summer Bridging Program. If you have any questions pertaining to your final admissions average, contact the Office of the Registrar at 637 6298. This Program is non-credit.
This year the Summer Bridging Program will be held August 14 - 25, 2017.
The Application deadline is August 7, 2017.
Students who successfully complete the program will be admitted to Memorial University in September at the campus of their choice. When compared to a sample of students who entered Memorial with a 70%, the Summer Bridging students compare very favourably on a number of measures of academic performance including: number of courses taken, number of courses passed, grade average and academic standing at the end of semester. Furthermore, these students reported that they enjoyed the program and found it very useful.
Students should apply for admission to the program as soon as they learn that they will not meet (or are not likely to meet) Memorial's admission requirements.
The fee for the program is $500, tax deductible. The residence fee is $260.12. Fees are payable on August 14, 2017; payment may be made by cheque (payable to Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland), Visa, Master Card, or Interac.