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GRADUATE STUDENTS' UNION

ABOUT US

Welcome to GSU

Your elected executive team and the staff at the GSU office welcome you.  The GSU represents and advocates for you on all levels of University administration and supports the well-being and success of graduate students.

The Executive Board, elected representatives and committee members represent graduate and professional interests and participate in the governance of the University Senate.  The GSU office is comprised of a General Manager and a team of staff who are here to assist you.  Please come by and say hello at your next opportunity and we look forward to getting to know you during your time at Memorial University.

In response to the needs and concerns of our members, we also run several services including your Health and Dental Plan, Academic Advocacy, Student Residence, Conference Funding, Professional Development, Communications and other Financial and Administrative services.  Do not hesitate to contact us.

Latest Updates Fall 2020

  • Health and Dental Insurance for new and existing students updated – See Here
    • Updated Opt-in Information – See Here
    • Updated Opt-out Information – See Here
    • Updated information for international students – See Here
  • Upcoming events for Fall 2020 – See Here

Latest Articles From Gazette - MUN

RSS Gazette – Memorial University of Newfoundland

  • Op-ed: Rain Edmond October 1, 2020
    My name is Rain Edmond and I am a third-year undergraduate student in political science at Memorial. I’m also an international student support assistant and a World University Services Canada ambassador for the Internationalization Office. I am also trans. Different jurisdictions, different rules As trans people, our bodies are not our own. Instead, our legal […]
    Mandy Cook
  • A Long Journey October 1, 2020
    In an intimate and informative new book, a Memorial University anthropologist shines a light on a painful, yet important part of Newfoundland and Labrador history. Now available from ISER Books, Dr. Andrea Procter’s A Long Journey: Residential Schools in Labrador and Newfoundland, takes an in-depth look at the boarding schools operated by the Moravian Mission […]
    Mandy Cook
  • Advancing Indigenous scholarship September 30, 2020
    Memorial University is seeking to fill up to five new full-time, tenure-track Indigenous academic staff positions in any discipline, at the levels of entry or intermediate rank. The positions are open to all candidates from around the world who identify as Indigenous, but preference will be given to First Nations, Metis and Inuit candidates from […]
    Mandy Cook
  • Budget update September 30, 2020
    The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador unveiled its 2020 budget on Sept. 30 and Memorial’s base budget remains largely unchanged. Memorial University’s total operating grant from government, not including the Faculty of Medicine, is $308 million for 2020-21. This includes a $4-million increase in the line item earmarked to maintain the tuition freeze for Newfoundland […]
    Mandy Cook
  • Incubation, hatching and fledging September 30, 2020
    Dr. Bill Montevecchi, a research professor with the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Science, has received one of the Society of Canadian Ornithologists’ top honours. The Jamie Smith Memorial Mentoring Award in Ornithology recognizes individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the mentoring of new generations of ornithologists. “Dr. Montevecchi exemplifies the spirit of the […]
    Kelly Foss

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