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Weather closure

St. John's and Marine Institute campuses closed for afternoon, update at 3 p.m.

Campus and Community

By Memorial University

Due to unsafe road conditions and challenges clearing parking lots and sidewalks on campus, the St. John’s and Marine Institute campuses of Memorial University will remain closed for the afternoon.

The Memorial University Childcare Centre is also closed. A further announcement will be made at 3 p.m. regarding evening classes and activities.  Listen to the radio or consult the university’s web page at www.mun.ca.

All classes are cancelled this afternoon, some of which may include in-class evaluations (such as oral exams, presentations and lab exams). These evaluations will be rescheduled by your instructor. Please refer to D2L or the contact information for your instructor provided in the syllabus. Students with previous arrangements made through the Blundon Centre should contact the Blundon Centre (blundon@mun.ca).

Should you have a conflict with your rescheduled exam time, please contact your instructor.

To receive campus closure information directly on your phone, download MUN Safe for Apple and Android devices. Users should opt for push notifications, ensuring that they will receive alerts directly on their phone. For more information, please visit https://gazette.mun.ca/campus-and-community/mun-safe/.

To download the app, please visit http://apparmor.com/clients/mun.ca/ or search MUN Safe in the app store of your Apple or Android device.


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