Your Next Steps

Already applied to Brock?
Consider this your road map — follow these steps, and next thing you know you’ll be a full-fledged Brock University student!

If you’re not an Ontario high school student, then these next steps might not be right for you. Select you group from the list below to find your correct path to becoming a Brock University student.

Here’s some information you should keep in mind year-round

Now that you have applied to Brock University, you can check my.brocku.ca for the most up-to-date information on your application status. But first, you will need to activate your account.

Learn how to activate your portal

SUBMIT DOCUMENTS

Watch our how-to video on submitting documents

Once you apply and activate your my.brocku.ca portal, you will be able to upload your documents required for assessment, including unofficial transcripts — if applicable. Remember to upload your documents as soon as they are available to you, as they are required by our admissions team to make a decision on your application.

SUBMITTING OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS

If you have received an offer of admission based on unofficial documents, you are required to have official final academic documents/transcripts sent directly from each secondary school, college, university or proper issuing authority to:

Brock University, Office of the Registrar,
1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way
St. Catharines, ON
L2S 3A1

Brock University reserves the right to withdraw the final offer of admission or revoke registration if there is a discrepancy between documents originally submitted and the official, final documents/transcripts submitted to Brock either directly or via WES Canada.

Submitting English Language Test Scores

Learn more

Keep your email and mailing address current at the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC). The current address we have on file may be viewed in your applicant portal at my.brocku.ca

  1. Applicants with physical, learning, or medical health disabilities, should contact Student Accessibility Services to determine if appropriate services are available to accommodate specific needs.
  2. Brock University Accessibility Admissions Policy: (if applicable) deadline to submit documents for consideration: April 19, 2019

Visit our campus for a campus tour

Tours are offered at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, and on select weekend dates.We are also offering March Break tours regularly between March 16-20.

All tours are led by current Brock students who will show you around our beautiful campus.

You will visit many areas of interest along the way such as classrooms, residences, recreational areas, student meeting spaces, and much more.

Visit Brock for a campus tour

Keep on top of your deadlines!

Part of becoming a successful university student is mastering the art of time management. Get a head start now by keeping these deadlines in mind.

One application — more than $1 million available in awards and bursaries. Simply complete our OneApp before April 15, 2020 to be considered for awards valued up to $20,000 and bursaries up to $3,000. Apply early to increase your eligibility.

Learn more about Student Awards

Oh, and just a heads up — you don’t need to accept your offer before applying for student awards or bursaries.

Brock Leaders Citizenship Society Award

The Brock Leaders Citizenship Society Award is given to incoming secondary school students who have exhibited exceptional academic success, outstanding leadership, and community involvement. Recipients of this award are also inducted into the prestigious Brock Leaders Citizenship Society. The total value of the award is $8,000 ($2,000 per year) and is renewable each year. Applications are due before April 15, 2020.

Learn more and apply to the Brock Leaders Citizenship Society Award

Niagara Principal’s Scholarship

Be among the next generation of leaders in Niagara. If you’re graduating from high school, plan to go to Brock, have excellent grades, and you’re engaged in your school and community, we encourage you to apply for this $2,500 scholarship. Applications are due before April 1, 2020.

Learn more and apply to the Niagara Principal’s Scholarship

If you’re looking for ways to try and offset the costs of university, there are several tools available to you. The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is the most common way to help pay for your eduction.
Students are encouraged to apply for OSAP before June 30, 2020 to ensure that their loan is processed on time.
Learn more and apply to OSAP

Are you interested in pursuing a career in health care or in the legal field? Med Plus and Law Plus can provide you with the skills and experiences you’ll need to stand out and be noticed. You must submit your application for these co-curricular programs by April 15, 2020.

Learn more about Med Plus

Learn more about Law Plus

We are happy to guarantee residence to all new full-time undergraduate students who meet the following conditions:

  • an academic admission average of 80% or higher (as determined by the Registrar’s Office at the time of admission), and
  • applying directly from full-time studies (2019-20 academic year) in a Canadian high school, or
  • applying from outside Canada with no prior post-secondary experience.
  • Brock must receive both your residence application and residence application fee prior to June 1, 2020

Students who are not eligible for the residence guarantee will be accommodated on a first come, first served, basis (once those who are guaranteed a space in residence have been accommodated).

Oh, and don’t worry — you don’t need to accept your offer before applying for residence.

Learn more about Residence

Do you have an admission average of 90% or higher?

Tell us where you’d like to live! Incoming students with an admission average of 90% or higher may choose which of our residences you’d like to live in during your first year at Brock. In order to do so, simply follow normal application procedures, then be sure to email res@brocku.ca prior to June 1, 2020 to indicate your preference.

In addition…

A number of programs have program-specific deadlines. If you’ve applied to any of the programs below, don’t miss these deadlines!

February 3, 2020
You must submit a written personal statement describing your motivations to join the accelerated stream and your personal aptitudes and experiences conducive to success in the program. Additionally, you will be required to submit a Mathematical Activities Portfolio. Your statement and portfolio must be submitted electronically to ams@brocku.ca.

Learn more about the Accelerated Mathematics Studies deadline

DART Invitational — February 29 or May 2, 2020
The Invitational is part of the admissions process for students interested in entering the Department of Dramatic Arts (DART) at Brock University. Students who have applied to the Concurrent Education, Intermediate-Senior, Dramatic Arts Major program must participate in the DART Invitational, before they will be considered for admission to the program. This year’s Invitationals are scheduled for February 29 and May 2.

Learn more about the DART Invitational

Register for the DART Invitational

February 3, 2020
A digital portfolio is required as part of the admissions process for students applying to the following programs:

  • Studio Art (4 Year Honours Degree)
  • Studio Art (3 Year Pass Degree)
  • Combined Degree (Studio Art and another major)
  • Concurrent Education Intermediate/Senior (Visual Arts – Studio Art major)

Students applying to the History of Art & Visual Culture program are not required to submit a portfolio.
Your portfolio submission must contain two elements:

  1. a letter of intent (~300 words)
  2. a digital portfolio of 15-20 of your artworks

Learn more about the Visual Arts portfolio

DART Invitational — February 29 or May 2, 2020
The Invitational is part of the admissions process for students interested in entering the Department of Dramatic Arts (DART) at Brock University. Students who have applied to the Concurrent Education, Intermediate-Senior, Dramatic Arts Major program must participate in the DART Invitational, before they will be considered for admission to the program. This year’s Invitationals are scheduled for February 29 and May 2, 2020.

Learn more about the DART Invitational

Register for the DART Invitational

February 7, 2020
Applicants to the Game Design program must submit a Statement of Interest before February 7, 2020.

Learn more and download the Statement of Interest Form

February 7, 2020
Applicants to the Game Programming program must submit a Statement of Interest before February 7, 2020.

Learn more and download the Statement of Interest Form

Auditions — March through May, 2020
All applicants to the Department of Music must complete an individualized audition visit, which is scheduled on the following dates:

  • Saturday, March 7 at 10:30 a.m.
  • Saturday, April 4 at 10:30 a.m.
  • Saturday, April 18 at 10:30 a.m.
  • Saturday, May 9 at 10:30 a.m.

Learn more about the Music auditions

February 3, 2020
A digital portfolio is required as part of the admissions process for students applying to the following programs:

  • Studio Art (4 Year Honours Degree)
  • Studio Art (3 Year Pass Degree)
  • Combined Degree (Studio Art and another major)
  • Concurrent Education Intermediate/Senior (Visual Arts – Studio Art major)

Students applying to the History of Art & Visual Culture program are not required to submit a portfolio.
Your portfolio submission must contain two elements:

  1. a letter of intent (~300 words)
  2. a digital portfolio of 15-20 of your artworks

Learn more about the Visual Arts portfolio

Accept your offer

You’ve received your offer, you’ve done your happy dance, and you’re already drawing badgers all over your notes. Before you start packing your bags and making your way to Niagara, you’ll need to formally accept your offer to Brock University.

If you applied to Brock through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC), that is also where you will accept your offer.

If you did not apply though OUAC, you will need to accept your offer through your my.brocku.ca student portal.

Learn how to accept your offer

An ‘alternate offer’ means that we’re unable to offer you admission to your first-choice program at this point in time, but we still want you to become a Brock Badger! In order to make this happen, we’ve provided you with an alternate offer to a related program.

If you’re still completing courses this semester, don’t worry — we will automatically reconsider you for your first-choice program once your school sends us your mid-term grades (typically in early May). Continue to work hard!

After you’ve accepted your offer, there are a a few more steps before you can start your classes in the fall. You’ll need to register for your courses (mid-June), register for our transition programs (July and August), and finally, pay your tuition and fees (September).

Be sure to check back frequently for more information on these deadlines.