Student Information

Student Information

Your MRU account

  1. Activating and logging into MyMRU
    When logging into MyMRU for the first time, you must activate your MyMRU account. Ensure that you have your student ID number, which is provided on your course confirmation form and then follow the instructions in the link above to obtain a username and password.
  2. Forgot your MRU ID number?
    If you have been employed at MRU, applied for program admission or attended a course or summer camp (non-credit, credit, The Conservatory or International Education), you have an MRU ID number. If you have forgotten your MRU ID number, select Look Up Student ID.

    If you are not able to retrieve your MRU student ID by this method, contact the Continuing Education Registration office at 403.440.3833 or for help retrieving your login information upon confirmation of your personal details.

    Forgot your PIN?
    If you have forgotten the PIN that was issued when you logged in to the online registration system, click on Forgot PIN? A reminder will be sent to the e-mail address that you provided when you registered.

    If you no longer have access to the e-mail address that you originally provided or are unsure of the address, contact Continuing Education Registration at 403.440.3833 or to verify your personal information.

  3. Access your MyMRU email account
    Students are required to use their Mount Royal University student email account for course correspondence with instructors and staff. Go to the homepage and click on the email link at the top right hand corner, directly below the site banner. Enter your username and password.

D2L BrightspaceNew for Fall 2022: Mount Royal now uses D2L Brightspace (D2L) Learning Management System to help you stay connected and on-track with your studies. Login to D2L to access course information, calendars, readings, assignments, evaluations, grades, announcements and more.

Download Brightspace Pulse on Google Play or the Apple App Store, a mobile app that provides easy access to your D2L courses.

For help with D2L, visit the D2L Student Tech Support Portal.

Please note: Some courses may use Google Classroom instead of D2L. Refer to your Confirmation of Registration for course-specific information.


Important: Refer to your Confirmation of Registration for course specific information.

Online courses: Log in to D2L Brightspace (or Google Classroom if your course requires) to access your course information, online curriculum, required readings, and assignments. Use your MRU username and password to access the D2L Brightspace course site.

Classroom courses: Your classroom course may use D2L Brightspace to distribute course information, course materials, required readings, and assignments. Printed copies of course materials will not be provided. Refer to your Confirmation of Registration for more information. Use your MRU username and password to access the D2L Brightspace course site.

Note: Please print a copy of the course materials to bring to the first class OR bring a laptop/electronic device to class to access the course materials online through D2L Brightspace.

If you have additional questions, please contact us.

Student resources and servicesFor peer learning, study skills and academic support, check out Mount Royal’s student learning services.

Access and Inclusion Services
If you require learning accommodations, please contact Access and Inclusion Services immediately and complete the Public Request Form. Due to the volume of requests, you are encouraged to complete the form well in advance of your course start date.

Technical support

Contact the Information Service Desk or IT Service Desk at 403.440.6000, or on their website. Learn more about connecting your mobile device to our wireless network.

Funding opportunities

Canada-Alberta Job Grant
The Canada-Alberta Job Grant (CAJG) covers 2/3 of eligible training costs for employers — up to $10,000 per employee per year. Employers can access up to $300,000 per fiscal year. If hiring and training an unemployed Albertan, up to 100% of training costs could be covered, up to $15,000 per trainee. Find out more on how your training at Mount Royal can benefit from the CAJG.

Windmill Microlending
Windmill Microloans is a registered charity that offers microloans to help skilled immigrants and refugees continue their careers in Canada. Affordable loans of up to $15,000 can be used to pay for Canadian licensing or training. Windmill offers newcomer-friendly repayment terms as well as coaching and a mentorship program. Find out more about how Windmill Microloans can support your career success.

Other resources