The MUN Students’ Union currently operates seven resource centres. A resource centre is a safe meeting space, an information and knowledge source, and a peer support network within the university community. The Centres were created out of concern for the needs of students who are historically oppressed and marginalized. Each Centre serves as a peer resource and support centre and has a mandate to challenge oppression and discrimination on campus.
All resource centres may avail of the services and grants available to clubs & societies. Centres are also eligible for up to $1,000 in capital grants each semester. To apply for capital grant funding, submit a letter to email@example.com with the details of your request and an estimated budget.
The Resource Centres are:
- Aboriginal Resource Centre (ARC):
- Disability Information Support Centre (DISC):
- International Students Resource Centre (ISC):
- Sexuality And Gender Advocacy (MUN SAGA) – Formerly: LBGT-MUN:
- Student Parent Assistance & Resource Centre (SPRC):
- Students Older Than Average (SOTA):
- Intersections – A Resource Centre for Marginalized Genders – Formerly: Women’s Resource Centre: