If you live in Canada, but outside of Ontario, here is all the information you’ll need to start your transition to Brock University.
Apply to Brock University
So, you’ve decided to apply to Brock University — great idea! For more information about your application process, expand the section below.
WHERE DO I APPLY?
You will apply through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre, or OUAC.
WHAT APPLICATION FORM DO I USE?
You will be using the 105D application form.
WHAT IS THE APPLICATION DEADLINE?
The deadline for the 105D application form is June 1, 2019 for most programs. Please refer to the application for other important deadline dates.
IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE I SHOULD KNOW?
- If you’re wondering about the criteria for admission, please visit the Admission Criteria website.
- If you’d like more information on everything Brock has to offer, check out our Brock Book
- If you’d like to know what kind of courses you’ll be taking during your time at Brock, please refer to the Undergraduate Calendar
- More questions? Contact email@example.com
Activate your student portal
Going forward, you’re going to be spending a lot of time on my.brocku.ca in your personalized student portal. It is where you can monitor your application status — including any changes or conditions to your offer of admission — apply for student awards, apply for residence, pay your student fees, and so much more. The sooner you get accustomed to using my.brocku.ca, the better.
Accept your offer to Brock
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.
Student Awards and Financial Aid
Brock Scholars Awards are open to incoming students, from anywhere in the world! To qualify you must be entering into your first undergraduate program in the Fall term (no previous post-secondary experience). No application is required.
|Admission Average (Final Grades)||Amount of Award|
|93+%||$16,000 ($4,000 each year)|
|90 - 92.9%||$10,000 ($2,500 each year)|
|85 - 89.9%||$6,000 ($1,500 each year)|
|80 - 84.9%||$4,000 ($1,000 each year)|
SPECIALIST HIGH SKILLS MAJOR AWARD
Finishing a Specialist High Skills Major program? Graduates entering Brock with an admission average of 80 per cent or higher will automatically be awarded a $500 scholarship.
INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE (IB) SCHOLARS AWARD
If you’ve completed your IB program, you may receive an automatic recognition award of $1,000 in addition to any other awards for which you might qualify.
THE BROCK UNIVERSITY ONEAPP
The OneApp, Brock’s universal awards and bursaries application allows you to apply for all of our awards and bursaries with just one application. We will determine which awards you qualify for and show you the list.
STEP ONE — ACTIVATE
The first step, if you haven’t already done it, is to activate your my.brocku.ca student portal with your campus ID. Your campus ID was included in your acknowledgment letter from the Office of Admissions.
STEP TWO — APPLY
Once your account is active, click on the Applicant & Student Self Serve tab and select the OneApp — Scholarship and Bursaries Application link.
STEP THREE — THAT’S IT!
We’ll do the rest. You can check your academic eligibility for awards by clicking on the Student Accounts and Financial Aid Award Status page on the Applicant & Student Self Serve tab.
Residence/Off Campus Living
We are happy to guarantee residence to all new Canadian students coming directly from high school (attending full-time the preceding academic year) providing they meet the following conditions:
- Accept their offer of admission no later than June 3, 2019;
- We receive the residence application and fee no later than June 3, 2019.
Brock University’s Off-Campus Living office offers year-round housing information to students, landlords, and residents in the Niagara region. The office provides resources regarding a variety of off-campus housing topics, such as finding accommodations, landlord/tenant issues, neighbourhood relations, community outreach, and much more.
Brock provides a number of programs and services for current students at Brock University. Expand the sections below for more information.
Student Accessibility Services works to develop an equitable and accessible environment so that students with disabilities are fully included in the university experience. We are here to support students through the educational process, to encourage independence, and to help students succeed.
A-Z Learning Services offers assistance in a variety of ways to enhance students’ academic experience at Brock. In addition, if you are a mature student, transfer student, Aboriginal student, or First Generation student, you have access to social and professional support programs specifically designed by A-Z Learning Services to meet your needs and help you make the most of your university experience.
The University does not mail statements to prompt payment. Students are financially responsible for all tuition and related fees associated with registered courses. To determine your account balance you must access your Financial Account Information on-line through the portal.
While online registration is open for the fall/winter session, you may view your fee assessment online through your Student Financial History. To access your Student Financial History:
- Log on to the student self-serve portal at https://my.brocku.ca
- Select “Student Self-Serve”
- Select “Student Financial History”
June 3, 2019
- The $600 residence application fee must be received by this date to maintain the residence guarantee. Please note, this is also the deadline for the residence application.
- Fall (D1 & D2) fees due
- Winder (D3) fees due
- Students with a confirmed OSAP assessment that they are receiving $12,000 or more in OSAP may pay a reduced residence 1st instalment amount. Please see the Residence Fees page for details.
The Rosalind Blauer Centre for Child Care is a non-profit, non-sectarian daycare centre located on the campus of St. Catharines’ Brock University. First established in 1971, the Centre serves the children of the University’s students, staff and faculty, as well as the community-at-large.
Join us at Smart Start for your first official day as a Brock student before your classes begin in September. This first-year academic orientation program is designed to assist in transitioning incoming students and their guests to the Brock community.
Out-of-province students are welcome to attend any Smart Start date, but we offer an out-of-province-specific option as well.
Your day at Smart Start will provided the opportunity to:
- Register for your courses
Finalize your class timetable with Academic Advisors.
- Meet other first-year students
Build your Brock support system before September.
- Receive information about financing your education
Learn about financial aid options available at Brock.
- Tour our beautiful campus
Visit numerous campus hotspots, including our award-winning residences.
- Learn about academic success options
Participate in seminars outlining ways to succeed in post-secondary education.
- Familiarize yourself with the Brock community
Learn tips and tricks from current Brock students about making a smooth transition to university life.
- Take your photo for your Brock Card
Beat the lines in the fall and have your photo taken for your student ID card at Smart Start