Memorial University Runs First-Year Summer Courses to Help Students Get Ahead

By Logan Bright Modified on June 15, 2020

Students at Memorial can get a jump on their first year thanks to these fourteen courses.

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A Memorial University student kickstarts her degree with the online summer course program running right now.

To support students like you during the coronavirus pandemic, Memorial University in Newfoundland and Labrador has launched over a dozen first-year courses for summmer students. Students fresh out of high school, looking ahead to university in the fall, can enrol in an accelerated summer semester to get a head start.

Eight faculties and schools taking part

The faculties of Business Administration, Science, and Humanities and Social Sciences will offer courses, as will the schools of Music, Social Work, Fine Arts, Human Kinetics and Recreation, and Science and the Environment. No matter your field of interest, Memorial is sure to have a course for you.

Credit and non-credit

Memorial will also roll out an array of non-credit courses for students to get acclimated to online learning. If you're not sure whether university life is right for you, or if you're not totally ready to commit to the full university experience, Memorial's Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning is ready to help you.

Not registered? No problem!

Even if you aren't yet registered for the fall semester at Memorial University, you may still have the opportunity to apply. You'll get the chance to experiment with remote teaching and learning, and get a feel for whether you want to pursue university in the fall.

Kickstart your degree

This summer program, which runs until August, is a great way for students to prepare for the fall. We hope more schools will follow Memorial's example in supporting students during this unusual time. Ready to apply for the fall 2020 semester? Now's the time to get started!


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