Discover Brock on a campus tour. 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.
Travelling more than 700 km to visit Brock?
Learn more about the Discover Brock Bursary
We can help reduce your travel expenses while discovering Brock University and exploring the Niagara region!
- Prospective students interested in undergraduate studies at Brock University may enjoy up to one night of accommodation on our campus or at a partner hotel (booked by a Brock Recruitment representative).
- Once you have successfully enrolled as a registered student at Brock, we will reimburse your travel expenses up to $250 on your Brock student account (please keep and submit all travel receipts!).
- We are happy to extend this offer to prospective Brock students attending one of our campus visit opportunities (Brock campus tour, Fall Preview Day or Open House) or one of our transition programs (Smart Start, Smart Transfer, LEAP, or BaseCamp).
- Prospective students must be travelling from home, a minimum of 700 kilometres each way to be eligible.
Please contact us for details at email@example.com or 905 688 5550 x4293
Interested in booking a group tour?
We would be happy to welcome your group to campus! We offer programming for elementary and secondary school classes, Specialist High Skills Majors, community groups, and more!
Find out what type of campus visit is best for you!
If you’re interested in visiting our campus and experiencing the full flavour of the everyday Badger lifestyle, visiting Brock for a weekday tour is your best option. You’ll visit popular campus hot spots and have an opportunity to meet Liaison Officers following your tour to answer any questions you may have. Representatives from our Admissions team and academic programs are also onsite to address any inquiries as well.
Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts Campus Tour — Dramatic Arts, Music, Studies in Arts and Culture, Visual Arts
If you’re interested in studying fine and performing arts at Brock University, then you won’t want to miss touring our Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts located in downtown St. Catharines. You’ll visit popular campus hot spots including performance studios, soundproof music practice rooms, drawing and painting studios, lecture/seminar rooms, digital labs, learning/computer commons, dance and rehearsal studio spaces, the scenography studio and the costume shop. Following your tour you will have an opportunity to meet Liaison Officers to answer any questions you may have about our Dramatic Arts, Music, Studies in Arts and Culture, or Visual Arts programs.
Weekend Campus Tour
We understand that it may be difficult to visit us during the week with busy schedules — that’s why we offer weekend tours and events monthly! Weekend tours showcase a variety of campus hot spots including residence buildings, however, the campus is generally less busy with the everyday hustle and bustle of students attending classes and catching up with friends. Liaison Officers will be on hand to answer any of your questions following your tour.
Open House and Fall Preview Days
Brock hosts two large-scale campus-wide open houses annually to welcome you to the Brock community. These are great events to tour our beautiful campus, meet current students, Faculty and staff members from all academic programs and student services, and experience the full flavour of campus life at Brock. You’ll also have an opportunity to attend a variety of Information Sessions geared towards academic disciplines, co-op programs and student awards and financial aid. Our open houses are designed to provide you with an opportunity to fully experience the Badger community.
Looking for directions and parking information?
Campus tours take place at Brock University’s primary campus —
1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way, St. Catharines, Ontario, L2S 3A1.
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Please review your email conformation for information about parking, as it may differ from the information below.
Once you arrive on campus, follow this map to park in Visitor Parking — Lot D. In the interest of accessibility, there is an area for passenger pick-up and drop-off in front of Welch Hall.
If you are navigating to our campus using GPS, it will attempt to take you through a secondary entrance. Please use the main entrance indicated in the map above.
Can’t make it to campus?
Need more information?
Please contact Jon De Luca at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905 688 5550 x6658.