Grenfell Campus students enjoy one of the lowest tuition rates in Canada. The government of Newfoundland and Labrador gives high priority to education, providing extensive funding to Memorial University. This commitment allows us to provide an affordable, yet high-quality, post-secondary education.
For an overview of the fees that a full-time (15 credit hours/5 courses) undergraduate student pays, consult the latest fees posted before each semester by the University Calendar.
Student finances for two semesters (approximate costs 2014-15):
|Two semesters, full course load
$2,550 ($255 per course)
|Arts and Science residence
|Organization & Other Fees
|Grenfell Campus Student Union and Canadian Federation of Students
|Student Health Plan*
|Student Dental Plan*
|Meal costs vary as students are responsible for cooking their own meals in the facilities provided.
$2,000 - $3,000 (estimate)
|Books and Supplies
|Costs will vary depending on the program.
Scholarships and Awards:
Canadian students receive thousands of dollars in entrance scholarships based on academic achievements. For complete details, ask your guidance counselor or principal, or contact our Scholarship Office. For more information, consult the Scholarships and Awards site.
Many students help finance their education through part-time jobs. Memorial University has won several awards for programs aimed at giving students work opportunities. Approximately 30% of our students work on-campus. To view on-campus employment opportunities, visit Student Services.
Government loans, and sometimes grants, are available to Canadian Students. Student aid programs are offered across the country, so you should check out the rules and requirements for your home province.