Member Resources

The MRSA follows the PIPA (Personal Information Protection Act) legislation. For more information on what is covered, please click the link:

For specific benefits information, employee resources and learning and development opportunities, please check out the MRU Human Resources link:  MRU Human Resources

To login to your Sunlife benefits or to submit a claim, click the Sunlife Insurance link:  Sunlife Insurance

Everyone needs help from time to time.  If you require crisis management, counselling, coaching, health information, resources or educational tools, please contact the Employee Family Assistance Program:
Homewood Health

The Employee Wellness Brochure details a wide range of services and resources available to employees to contribute to physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

Local Authority Pension Plan-benefit pension plan for MRSA Staff:  LAPP 

MRSA Dependant/Spousal Bursary application form for Full-time Students attending MRU: EDT Dependant/Spousal bursary application form

The MRSA Collective Agreement (Article 28.6) includes an annual offer of tuition reimbursement up to $500 for employees who have successfully completed a credit course at an accredited post-secondary institution.

MRSA Credit Course Tuition application form is located:

  • MyMRU > Employee Tab > Resources & Timesheets
  • Human Resources (Portlet) > Human Resources Toolkit > Professional Development > Forms (MRSA Credit Course Tuition Application Form)

Complimentary ContEd Courses

The Complimentary Course Registration form is now available on MyMRU see Employee tab > Resources & Timesheets > Human Resources > Human Resources Toolkit (Professional Development Forms).

Print and submit the completed application to CE Registration (EC3100).

Applications can only be accepted one day prior to course start date.

Find out more about course offerings and further details on how to register.

An audio segment with author Ron Friedman “The Best Place to Work: The Art and Science of Creating an Extraordinary Workplace):

The Real Reason College Tuition Costs So Much- New York Times Article

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