Current Students and Alumni

Immigration Support

Grenfell Campus provides immigration advising to current students and alumni on temporary residency related to international students. If you need to speak to an advisor, you can book an appointment or send an email to  Make sure to include your full name and student number when requesting an appointment.


Individual Appointments

We offer online and in-person sessions. It is your responsibility to be on time for your appointment. If you are not in the meeting room within 5min of the start of your appointment, you forfeit your scheduled time and will be responsible for rescheduling.


Information Sessions

Every Tuesday and Thursday (except for holidays) from 12:00pm to 1:00pm NLST, the immigration advising team offers MUN students weekly immigration sessions. Different topics related to temporary and permanent residency are discussed. Click here to check the schedule. The sessions will be held remotely through Brightspace (course: Immigration Support for International Students). If you do not have access, email


Permanent residency appointments with the Office of Immigration and Multiculturalism.

The OIM offers weekly appointments to discuss the different program offered in the province to achieve permanent residency. I you want to get an appointment, please email Keep in mind that the officer will not discuss any temporary residency matters (visas, study or work permits).



Health Insurance

Health on Campus

Academic Advising

Academic Support

Career Advising


Culture to Community Program

Culture-to-Community Educational Outreach Program

Culture-to-Community program is aimed at promoting cultural awareness, sensitivity and respect for all individuals in western Newfoundland and Labrador through an equity, diversity, inclusion and anti-racism (EDIAR) lens. 

The program links students in the kindergarten to grade 12 school system in Western Newfoundland with students at Grenfell Campus, MUN. These programs seek to bring different perspectives into schools in Western Newfoundland and Labrador. 

Some benefits that Grenfell students can get for participating with C2C are:

  • Anti-racism training.
  • MORE record.
  • A chance to work alongside a diverse, motivated group of students.
  • A chance to see other parts of the province.
  • A chance to engage with K-12 students.
  • Learn about Indigenous practices.
  • Enhanced cultural and diversity awareness.
  • Improve your communication and interpersonal skills.

If you want to be part of C2C, email for more information.


Are you a teacher? Do you have a curriculum outcome that we can help with? 

Student volunteers from Grenfell Campus could come to your school to share their EDIAR experiences with your class. 


For more information please contact: 

Jamie Mbogo

Student Services, International Student Programming Coordinator

Arts and Science Building AS271


Phone: +1 (709) 639-6525


The Grenfell Buddy Program

Help new International Students to transition to Grenfell Campus! The Grenfell Buddy Program lets you do that by paring currently enrolled international students at Grenfell with new, incoming international students for the purpose of creating a social network for these students before they arrive to Canada,

Some of the ways that buddies can help new students is answer questions about wide variety of topics including:

  • Their experiences as an international student living in Corner Brook
  • Where to go and who to talk about campus and community resources
  • How to get involved in campus life
  • Cultural norms in Canada and what to expect.

By volunteering in this program, you can:

  • Interact with new students and make new friends
  • Improve your interpersonal skills
  • Gain volunteer experience
  • Improve your time management skills
  • Include this experience in the MORE platform, which can be recorded on your experiential transcript

If you want to become a volunteer, please contact


Multi-faith Space

Grenfell Campus Multi-faith space guidelines

The Multi-Faith Space is an inclusive and welcoming space open to all Grenfell Campus members. The Multi-faith Space is located in the Arts and Science building AS273 and it will be available 24/7.


Please follow these guidelines:

  1. The room will be cleaned on Tuesdays from 11:30-12:00 pm and it will not be available during this time.  
  2. You need to book the room in order to use it. You can book the room here. If the room is not being used, you are welcome to use it but please place the “vacant” sign on the door as the room could be booked.  
  3. If you are open to another user also quietly using the room at the same time, place the “vacant” sign on the door.  
  4. When entering the room, please be quiet as other users may be using the room.  
  5. Please keep your shoes on the shoe rack. Do not leave any shoes in the room.  
  6. Please do not bring any food into this room.   
  7. Prayer mats, yoga mats, chairs, room dividers and other items found in this room can be used. Please leave them in the place where you originally found them.  
  8. The room must be cleaned after being used.  
  9. Flames (candles or incense) are not permitted in the building. LED candles are provided for your use.   
  10. The posting or leaving of materials of any kind must be approved. Contact the international student office or student services.
  11. Feel free to use the shelf to put your belongings while using the room. However, please take them with you before you leave.   
  12. Turn off the lights before you leave  
  13. Change the sign to “Vacant” if you are the last to leave.  


If you feel your safety is being threatened, or feel discriminated please contact CEP  637-6210, or email us.

If you have any issues, please contact the International Office (AS271) or send an email.