Group Visit Requests

We would be happy to welcome your group to campus!
Here are the upcoming group visit days.


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Wednesday, December 4th – Goodman School of Business Day

Who should attend:

Grade 12 students in:

  • Business SHSMs
  • Information and Communications Technology SHSMs
  • Non-profit SHSMs
  • Accounting classes
  • Business classes
  • Entrepreneurship classes
  • Finance classes
  • Marketing classes

Event information:

When: Wednesday, December 4th from 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Where: Kindly arrive to the Schmon Tower bus drop off any time after 9 a.m. and we will walk you to our first session.

What to expect:

Students will be introduced to Brock’s Goodman School of Business programs and the unique opportunities provided to our students during their studies. Students will then participate in a case study simulation in which they will work in small groups to solve a business-related problem and will present their solution for evaluation.

Lunch will be provided at no charge. We will require final numbers and dietary restrictions to confirm the lunch order by Wednesday, November 27th at the latest.

Notes:
Goodman Day follows a specific schedule and requires groups to be on campus from 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Unfortunately, we are unable to adjust the schedule; late arrivals/early departures will miss a portion of the programming.

Our event programming will run from 9:45 a.m. – 1 p.m., with optional Campus Tours offered at 1 p.m.. If you would like to take part in a campus tour and depart from campus later than 1 p.m., please let Courtney know in advance.

We are unable to provide bus/transportation reimbursement. We apologize in advance.

How to book:

In preparation for Goodman Day, we ask that you email Courtney Keogh with the following information:

  • Name of School
  • Contact name and email
  • Specific numbers of students and their preference of case study simulation from the following list:
    • Marketing – six (6) offerings of maximum 35 students each
    • Accounting – two (2) offerings of maximum 35 students each
    • Human Resource Management – two (2) offerings of maximum 35 students each

Case study simulations are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Please email the number of students and your preferences as soon as possible to secure your space. You will receive and email to confirm seminars once booked.

If you have any questions, please let Courtney know. Thanks again for your interest; we look for to hosting you for Goodman Day!


Wednesday, December 4th – Life Sciences Day (*FULL)

Who should attend:

Grade 12 students in:

  • Health & Wellness SHSMs
  • Biology classes
  • Chemistry classes
  • Healthcare classes
  • Kinesiology classes
  • Physical Education classes

Event information

When: Wednesday, December 4th from 9:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Where: Kindly arrive to the Schmon Tower bus drop off any time after 9 a.m. and we will walk you to our first session.

What to expect:

Students will attend a welcome from the Faculty of Mathematics & Sciences, a first year Biology lecture, and a lab.

Lunch will be provided at no charge. We will require final numbers and dietary restrictions to confirm the lunch order by Wednesday, November 27th at the latest.

Notes:
Life Sciences Day follows a specific schedule and requires groups to be on campus from 9:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Unfortunately, we are unable to adjust the schedule; late arrivals/early departures will miss a portion of the programming.

We are unable to provide bus/transportation reimbursement. We apologize in advance.

How to book:

In preparation for Life Sciences Day, we ask that you email Courtney Keogh with the following information:

  • Name of School
  • Contact name and email
  • Specific numbers of students and their preference of lab from the following list:
    • Biology – two (2) offerings of maximum 25 students each (*FULL)
    • Chemistry – two (2) offerings of maximum 26 students each (*FULL)
    • Oenology & Viticulture – two (2) offerings of maximum 18 students each (*FULL)
    • Health Sciences – two (2) offerings of maximum 22 students each (*FULL)
    • Kinesiology – two (2) offerings of maximum 24 students each (*FULL)

Labs are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Please email the number of students and your preferences as soon as possible to secure your space. You will receive and email to confirm seminars once booked.

If you have any questions, please let Courtney know. Thanks again for your interest; we look for to hosting you for Life Sciences Day!


December 5th – Humanities Day

Who should attend:

Grade 12 students in:

  • Arts & Culture SHSMs
  • Canadian Studies classes
  • English & Creative Writing classes
  • French classes
  • History classes
  • Latin classes

Event Information

When: Thursday, December 5th from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Where: Kindly arrive to the Schmon Tower bus drop off any time after 9 a.m. a.m. and we will walk you to our first session.

What to expect:

Students will attend a welcome from Humanities Faculty, an introductory lecture on “Storytelling and Culture” from Dr. Neta Gordon, and their choice of two seminars from Faculty of Humanities programs.

Lunch will be provided at no charge. We will require final numbers and dietary restrictions to confirm the lunch order by Wednesday, November 27th at the latest.

Notes:
Humanities Day follows a specific schedule and requires groups to be on campus from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Unfortunately, we are unable to adjust the schedule; late arrivals/early departures will miss a portion of the programming.

Our event programming will run from 9:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m., with optional Campus Tours offered at 1:15 p.m.. If you would like to take part in a campus tour and depart from campus later than 1:15 p.m., please let Courtney know in advance.

We are unable to provide bus/transportation reimbursement. We apologize in advance.

How to book:

In preparation for Humanities Day, we ask that you email Courtney Keogh with the following information:

  • Name of School
  • Contact name and email
  • Specific numbers of students and their preference of two seminars from the following list:
    • Canadian Studies – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Classics – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Creative Writing / Writing, Rhetoric, & Discourse Studies – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • History – two (2) offerings of maximum 10 students each and one (1) offering of maximum 20 students
    • Humanities Skills – “The Master Student” – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Interactive Arts & Sciences – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Medieval & Renaissance Studies – two (2) offerings of maximum 10 students each
    • Modern Languages – three (3) offerings of maximum 15 students each
    • Studies in Arts & Culture – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.

Each group of students will attend two seminars on the day. For example, if you have 30 students, one group of 15 could attend Classics and Studies in Arts & Culture, while the other could of 15 could attend Canadian Studies and Modern Languages. Students will need to know their seminar combination to allow them to travel easily to their sessions, so we ask that you keep students in groups of paired seminars. Seminars are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Please email the number of students and your seminar preferences as soon as possible to secure your space. You will receive and email to confirm seminars once booked.

If you have any questions, please let Courtney know. Thanks again for your interest; we look for to hosting you for Humanities Day!


December 5th – Social Sciences Day

Who should attend:

Grade 12 students in:

  • Hospitality and Tourism SHSMs
  • Information and Communications Technology SHSMs
  • Justice, Community Safety, and Emergency Services SHSMs
  • Non-profit SHSMs
  • Anthropology classes
  • Law classes
  • Media Studies classes
  • Psychology classes
  • Social Sciences classes

Event Information

When: Thursday, December 5th from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Where: Kindly arrive to the Schmon Tower bus drop off any time after 9 a.m. and we will walk you to our first session.

What to expect:

Students will attend a welcome from Social Sciences Faculty, an introductory lecture on “Animals and Work” from Labour Studies professor, Dr. Kendra Coulter, and their choice of two seminars from Faculty of Social Sciences programs.

Lunch will be provided at no charge. We will require final numbers and dietary restrictions to confirm the lunch order by Wednesday, November 27th at the latest.

Notes:
Social Sciences Day follows a specific schedule and requires groups to be on campus from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Unfortunately, we are unable to adjust the schedule; late arrivals/early departures will miss a portion of the programming.

Our event programming will run from 9:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m., with optional Campus Tours offered at 1:15 p.m.. If you would like to take part in a campus tour and depart from campus later than 1:15 p.m., please let me know in advance.

We are unable to provide bus/transportation reimbursement. We apologize in advance.

How to book:

In preparation for Social Sciences Day, we ask that you email Courtney Keogh with the following information:

  • Name of School
  • Contact name and email
  • Specific numbers of students and their preference of two seminars from the following list:
    • Applied Linguistics – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Child & Youth Studies – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Communication, Popular Culture, & Film – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Economics – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Geography & Tourism – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Labour Studies – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Political Science – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.
    • Psychology – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each. (*FULL)
    • Sociology – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each. (*FULL)
    • Women’s & Gender Studies – three (3) offerings of maximum 20 students each.

Each group of students will attend two seminars on the day. For example, if you have 30 students, one group of 15 could attend Labour Studies and Political Science, while the other could of 15 could attend Sociology and Geography & Tourism. Students will need to know their seminar combination to allow them to travel easily to their sessions, so we ask that you keep students in groups of paired seminars. Seminars are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Please email the number of students and your seminar preferences as soon as possible to secure your space. You will receive and email to confirm seminars once booked.

If you have any questions, please let Courtney know. Thanks again for your interest; we look for to hosting you for Social Sciences Day!