So, who here is currently attending or planning to go to a post-secondary educational institution? If you're a student, where do you go? What's your major? And for those of you who aren't currently attending university/college, where are you planning to go, and what are you planning to do? What's the tuition like? The campus? Are you going to an in-town college or an out of state one? How's the workload? Share anything about your post-secondary pursuits. I go to Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN). It's Newfoundland's major University and currently has about 17,000-20,000 students attending. The University is located in capital city St. John's, where I live only 10 minutes from the campus. Our University does not have an application process, nor entry exams. All that is required is a High School education with an average over 70%, and you're eligible for attending the University. Of course, you have to send off documentation saying you want to attend the University, but other than that, it's simple to be accepted. We've one of the largest campuses in Atlantic Canada, (map). Our "student centre", called the "UC", is a huge overpass which crosses 6 lanes of highway, and connects both sides of the campus as well. The entire UC is suspended over the highway and is primarily a cafeteria which sits thousands of people. We've got a Dairy Queen, pizza place, Mr. Sub, Extreme Pita, and a Dunkin Donuts/Tim Hortons-esque coffee and treats shop. It's the main hangout for many students. Tuition at MUN is among the lowest in the country. At $1,700 (CDN) a semester, it's nowhere near the skyrocketing prices of St. Francis Xavier University in neighbouring Nova Scotia, which charges almost 8 times that at $13,000 (CDN) a semester. Provincial government grants lower that as well. Currently, I just finished my first year of general studies at MUN and plan to attend the Business Faculty to get a major in the Commerce co-op program. It should take me 3-4 years to get my Bachelor's degree, with my Master's degree taking one extra year. With MUN's low tuition fees, I should not have very large outstanding student loans and debts, which will undoubtedly give me a head start on others across the country consumed with student loan repayments and debt collectors. I'm confident the University's professors and Business program will give me all the necessary tools, and more, to succeed in the Business world.