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For current updates, visit https://mun.ca/updates.

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Grenfell Campus, Memorial University’s beautiful west coast campus, is located in Corner Brook, NL.

Small yet mighty, Grenfell Campus is a place to ask bold questions, to aspire, to express yourself fully, to test theories, and to make discoveries. Our campus is a tight-knit, diverse community where you’ll make real connections with your classmates and become an important part of our community. Professors and students from around the globe are drawn to our magnetic spirit of adventure and curiosity, being brought together in an exceptional place by a common thirst for learning.

Deadline for applications: March 1, unless otherwise stated in the program listing below

Student Housing Applications: deadline is March 1. Living on campus is affordable, convenient, safe and fun! Your fees include a private bedroom and semi-private bathroom. We have traditional residence options, as well as chalet apartments (single and family options available).
Apply Online here: https://mun.starrezhousing.com/StarRezPortal

Questions? Email gchousing@mun.ca  

 

Entrance Scholarship Applications: deadline is March 8. Are you a new student? You may qualify for an entrance scholarship!

 

Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Fine Arts – (applications will continue to be accepted after the deadline)

Bachelor of Science and Nursing - Deadline: January 20, 2024

Theatre (acting or technical theatre) program

  1. Complete the university’s application for general admission/readmission. All supporting documents including your official transcripts for the general admission/readmission application should be mailed directly to the ​Office of the Registrar. 
  2. Prepare for your audition/interview​. In addition to your application to Memorial University, you must also undergo an audition/interview.  If you are auditioning for the acting stream, please prepare a monologue, no longer than 3-minutes in length, from a contemporary play. 

​Office of the Registrar

Memorial University

P.O. Box 4200      ​

St. John's, NL  A1C 5S7

Tel: 709-864-2527 | Fax: 709-864-4893​​​​

 

As part of your application for general admission/readmission, please state if you wish to be considered for the acting stream or the technical theatre production stream. Please provide a personal statement explaining why you want to study theatre at Grenfell Campus, and why this stream interests you. Please describe any theatre experience you have had before, including acting, technical training, or front of house support work you might have done for theatres or festivals. 


Applications submitted by February 1 will be reviewed and considered for priority acceptance. March 31 is the regular application deadline for the following fall semester. Late applications will be considered as time and resources permit.

 

If you are applying for the technical theatre production stream please also describe any technical or practical skills or experience you have that you think might be relevant, such as working with sound or audio production, video editing, computer painting, model making, wood work, electronics, cosplay or dressmaking.

​​​​Not sure how to prepare for the audition? Let us help. Contact the program chair at rt26rp@mun.ca

Note: ​students graduating (or having graduated) from a high school with a fine arts focus, or an arts-based high school are encouraged to call our Fine Arts Office for guidance in your application. Some Memorial course admission requirements can be waived or substituted. Call 709-637-6223.​

 

Bachelor of Visual Arts program

Complete the university's application for general admission/readmission. All supporting documents including your official transcripts for the general admission/readmission application should be mailed directly to the ​Office of the Registrar. 

​Office of the Registrar

Memorial University

P.O. Box 4200      ​

St. John's, NL  A1C 5S7

Tel: 709-864-2527 | Fax: 709-864-4893​​​​

 

As part of your general application, students applying for the visual arts, BFA program must prepare a personal statement on why you are choosing visual arts as your area of study and why you would like to study at Grenfell Campus, as well as a summary of your art training and/or experience. If you don't have any formal training or experience, don't worry. Take this time to explore your passion for art and why you are interested in our program. 

Prepare your portfolio​. In addition to your application to Memorial University, you must submit a portfolio of your artwork (images of 15 - 20 artworks or a link to a Google Drive containing the images).

Applications submitted by February 15 (March 1 for portfolios) will be reviewed and considered for priority acceptance. March 1 is the regular application deadline for the following fall semester. Late applications will be considered as time and resources permit. All applications must be submitted in digital format.

Not sure how to prepare your portfolio? Let us help. Contact the program chair at darcyw@mun.ca  ​

 

Note: ​students graduating (or having graduated) from a high school with a fine arts focus, or an arts-based high school are encouraged to call our Fine Arts Office for guidance in your application. Some Memorial course admission requirements can be waived or substituted. Call 709-637-6223.

 

Undergraduate programs with a March 1 deadline.

Bachelor of ArtsBachelor of Business AdministrationBachelor of Fine ArtsBachelor of Environment and SustainabilityBachelor of Science
English Business Program info Sheet Theatre (acting or technical theatre) program Environmental studies Double major in math/physics
Historical studies   Bachelor of Visual Arts program Resource management Environmental science
Multidisciplinary humanities       General science
Psychology       Mathematics
Social/cultural studies       Physics

 

Graduate Programs

Master of ArtsMaster of Applied Literary ArtsMaster of Fine ArtsMaster of ManagementMaster of ScienceDoctor of Philosophy
Environmental Policy Master of Applied Literary Arts Visual Arts Master of Management Applied Geomatics Boreal Ecosystems and Agricultural Sciences
        Boreal Ecosystems and Agricultural Sciences Transdisciplinary Sustainability

 

Certificate

Sustainable Rural Communities

Our Canadian viewbook has information about admissions, how to apply, housing, student support, and life on campus: https://issuu.com/grenfellcampus/docs/grenfell_mini_vbook_web

Our International viewbook is geared towards students from outside of Canada and has information about admissions, how to apply, housing, and fees: https://issuu.com/grenfellcampus/docs/international_vbook_23_web

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