Congratulations! You have been admitted as an online student at Memorial University. Wondering what to do next? Check out the steps below for more information.
To register for your courses you must use Memorial’s Self-Service System. To log in you will need your nine-digit student number and your PIN. If you have never used the Self- Service before your PIN will be your birthdate in the form of YYYYDD. For example, if you were born on May 16, 1988 your PIN will be 198816. Once you log in for the first time, and every six months thereafter, you will be required to change your PIN for security reasons.
A step-by-step guide can be found here.
2. SET-UP YOUR @MUN.CA E-MAIL/MY.MUN.CA ACCOUNT
Your my.mun.ca account gives you access to a wide variety of information and services through a single web interface that you can personalize to meet your needs.
It’s your link to what's happening, your source for university news and announcements, and your starting point for accessing online resources such as Memorial Self-Service, Webmail, D2L (for online courses) and the QEII Library.
Step-by-step instructions on how to set up your @mun.ca email/my.mun.ca account can be found here.
3. UPDATE YOUR DISTANCE EDUCATION MAILING ADDRESS
All online students must update their distance education mailing address in Memorial Self-Service at the beginning of each semester. A correct address ensures that term tests and final examinations will be scheduled in the correct location.
If you have not already done so, please update your Distance Education address using Memorial Self-Service. To add or update your address please click on the Personal Information link and select Update Addresses/Phones. At the bottom of the page you will find a pull down menu that allows you to choose the type of address you wish to insert.
4. REQUEST YOUR MUN CAMPUS CARD
To request your MUN Campus Card you will need to login to your my.mun.ca account.
Once you have logged in, select the STUDENT SERVICES tab located on the toolbar on the top of the page. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and you will see the Campus Card Request tool on the right side of the page.
Follow the instructions on each screen and make sure to include your mailing address so your card can be sent in the mail.
PLEASE NOTE: Effective for the Winter 2012 semester, all students taking an online course will be required to present both their Memorial Campus Card ID and a piece of government issued photo identification to their invigilators prior to writing tests and examinations. If the invigilator does not find a match between both photos, students will not be permitted to write the exam.
5. ATTEND ORIENTATION
Orientation for first time online students is an excellent way to get acquainted with staff at the Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) and your fellow students. Our online orientation will give you the who, what, when, where and why of being a new online student.
Orientations are usually held during the first week of classes. An invitation to register for orientation will be sent to all first time online students via their @mun.ca email account.
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to call us at 864-8700 or toll-free at 1-866-435-1396.