Classes remaining remote for Winter 2022
For a list of classes that are remaining remote throughout Winter 2022, please click
Study spaces are available if you'd like to do your remote classes on campus. Bring your laptop and earbuds.
The Grenfell Campus Bookstore is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Textbooks and supplies can be picked up or delivered. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange delivery.
The Grenfell library is open 8 a.m.-10 p.m., Monday to Friday, Saturday noon- 5 p.m., and Sunday 2- 10 p.m. There is no need to book study space or schedule visits in advance - the doors are open!
Graduate students conducting research on campus can find updated information here.
New self-isolation requirements
The province are relaxing restrictions for travellers. Learn more here.
Vaccines and masks required
Health and safety: Through the planning process, Memorial is continually assessing public health guidance and protocols and aligning decision-making with provincial government regulations. We all have a role to play in keeping the university community safe and healthy. Practising good hygiene, completing a COVID-19 awareness training session (available on the MUN Safe app), self-assessments before coming to campus, and frequent hand washing will keep the community safe. The use of masks is required. The MUN Safe app, available for iPhone and android users, is used by the university to share important health and safety information. All students are encouraged to download it.
Q: What are the mask requirements on Memorial's campuses?
A: Memorial is maintaining the mask requirement until at least the end of the term. An exception to this is after March 14 in shared office spaces (cubicles) where masks will not be required while seated. Removal of masks will also be allowed in classrooms, common spaces and meetings if actively eating or drinking. Any future changes to masking requirements will be communicated.
Q: Why is Memorial instating the mask requirement?
A: Memorial is committed to the health and safety of the community and mask wearing is a proven tool that helps prevent the spread of COVID-19. Masking, along with getting vaccinated, physical distancing, hand washing and staying home when sick, provides the university community with the best possible protection while on campus.
Accommodations to the mask requirement may be made for medical reasons or reasons covered by the
Newfoundland and Labrador Human Rights Act. More information on face mask accommodations and how to request one can be found
Q: I am unable to wear a mask. How to I request an accommodation?
A: To assist students who require a face mask accommodation, Memorial is providing an opportunity to receive such an accommodation through the
Accessibility for Students with Disabilities Policy. Each request for a face mask accommodation must be accompanied by sufficient medical documentation to support the student's request. More information can be found
Q: What should I do if I am not feeling well?
A: Do not come to campus if you are feeling unwell. Contact your course instructor and let them know of your absence. Your course instructors have been asked in a case like this to provide you with flexibility so that you can remain at home. If you're an undergraduate student,
University Regulation 6.7.5 details how you can apply for an alternative evaluation.
Q: What cleaning protocols are in place for classrooms, labs and indoor spaces on campus?
A: Cleaning protocols throughout campus have been enhanced during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cleaning logs are displayed outside washrooms. Facilities Management will continue the current practice of cleaning lecture spaces once per day. These rooms are equipped with disinfectant spray bottles and towels. Each user should clean touch surfaces in their area before and after use and utilize good hand hygiene. Signage is in place to emphasize the need for regular cleaning by users. More details on pandemic cleaning can be found here.