Smart Start Brochure 2023

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Smart Start

Your Guide to First Year


Welcome to Brock University

We’re excited to welcome you to campus! We’ve designed our Smart Start program to support your transition to Brock and to help you make important connections with the Brock community.

Today, you’ll explore our beautiful campus, meet other new students, learn about beginning your Brock experience, and get answers to all your important questions.

Led by our Smart Start team of current students and supported by the broader campus community, our programming includes a service expo, campus tour, and information sessions on topics such as:

• academic success

• course registration

• finance

• getting involved

• residence and off-campus living

• student wellness

• university preparation

• your Brock Card

Keep this guide handy so that you will always know where to go to access the services and support that you need during your time at Brock.

We hope you enjoy your day!


Your life begins here.

We want you to know that we are ready to support your Brock experience and success. Beginning with Smart Start, your orientation experience will continue throughout your first year as a Badger.

Through a series of programs, we’ll provide you with opportunities to meet your classmates, develop friendships, learn about the academic and student support services Brock University offers, and ways to get involved.

Learn more about your first-year orientation experience at


BU101 is a free, non-credit, online academic skills program available in August. Get a head start and build your technology, scheduling, notetaking, studying, and writing skills to prepare for your courses. Explore at your own pace with opportunities to engage in group discussions.


Join a group of incoming students for a Brock experience like no other. Experience connections with students, student leaders, and supports on campus, learn valuable skills that you’ll use throughout your time at Brock, and get to know the Brock and Niagara communities before you start in September. Offered in-person, LEAP offers both a day program and an overnight program where you’ll spend a night in one of our residences. LEAP is the perfect way to jumpstart your Brock experience. Unable to make it in-person? Look forward to online options available in August.

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Year Orientation Experience

Welcome Week

Join the incoming class of 2023-2024 and celebrate the new year and your journey at Brock by taking part in Welcome Week. Welcome Week takes place during the first week of classes in September and includes a schedule of campus-wide events and activities to enjoy.

Ongoing support

Brock is here for you. You will continue to be connected to services, supports, and co-curricular opportunities that will help you succeed and call Brock home.

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Student success

Brock Central

Brock Central, within the Office of the Registrar & Enrolment Services, is located on the third floor of Schmon Tower.

The Brock Central team will help you with:

• Registration and admissions questions.

• Tuition and fee payments and student account inquiries.

• OSAP, scholarship and bursary questions.

• Academic changes and appeals.

• Requests for documentation (Confirmation of Enrolment, transcripts, diplomas, letters, etc.).

• CPP Forms.

Our centralized approach to service delivery will allow you to address multiple inquiries and requests in one convenient location.

Academic Advising

It’s extremely important to connect with an academic advisor during your studies. An academic advisor will:

• Help you build a program plan to suit your interests.

• Clarify University rules and regulations.

• Notify you of important dates and deadlines.

• Share strategies for success.

If you’re enrolled in a BA General Humanities, BA Social Sciences, or BSc Sciences program, are undecided, wanting to change your major, or have a question, the Brock Academic Advising team will be there to help. If you’ve declared a major, you can contact the academic advisor assigned to your program. For more information, and to find the advisor for your program, please visit academic-advising/find-your-advisor

All appointments for academic advising may be made through your student portal at

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Learning Services

Learning Services provides academic support to help you reach your full potential. Services and events include:

• On-campus and online live workshops addressing a variety of academic topics.

• Drop-in academic support and study groups in writing, science, math, and business.

• Brock upper-year student tutors to help you succeed in any of your classes.*

• BU101 online academic preparation program.

• Events such as Resilience and Opportunity Conference, Night Against Procrastination, and more.

• Online skill tutorials and tip sheets in essay writing, referencing, math, science, exam preparation, time management, and other academic skills.

You may register for workshops and events on ExperienceBU.

*Tutoring is Learning Services’ only pay-for-use service ($25/hour)


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Hadiya’dagénhahs First Nations, Métis and Inuit Student Centre

As part of the Student Success Centre, Hadiya’dagénhahs First Nations, Métis and Inuit Student Centre is focused on providing a welcoming, supportive and inclusive environment for Aboriginal students and visitors to our campus.

Our goal is to help all Aboriginal students, including First Nations, Metis and Inuit, make the transition to the Brock University community, and to provide support and resources to enhance their academic success and cultural identity at Brock. We recognize that the transition may be difficult due to differing cultures and perspectives. We offer social and academic support in a culturally sensitive manner to encourage Aboriginal students to maintain their identity within the university setting. We also work closely with Aboriginal community partners to enhance the success of both current and prospective students.

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International Student Supports

Welcome to Canada! You are one of more than 2,500 international students studying at Brock from 100 countries around the world. As you settle into your new home away from home, please know that our staff at Brock International are here to support you.

The Brock International Pathway to Success is a guide to help international students prepare for their first term at Brock University and in Canada. It covers important tasks in four categories: After Acceptance, Pre-Semester Prep, First Week, and At Brock.

Brock International offers various services and support to our Brock community. Our services are offered by appointment, email, in-person, or virtual drop-in sessions.

We offer:

• Immigration advising and settlement support (e.g., study and work permits, immigration policy, and pathways to settlement).

• Pre-arrival and transition to Canada (e.g., prearrival checklists, preparing for travel, and academic resources).

• Student engagement and wellness (e.g., social and cultural events, getting involved, and community resources) .

Visit the International Centre to learn more about the programs and services designed to help you adjust as you begin to study, live, and work in Canada. Our Global Commons space is also a great place to relax, study, and meet new friends!

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University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)

The University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) is mandatory for international students and is modelled after the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) provided by the Ontario government. UHIP offers affordable insurance to cover the cost of primary hospital and medical services. The Brock University Students Union (BUSU) offers international students taking credit courses a comprehensive health, vision, and dental plan through Student VIP.


Meet our International Student Ambassadors

The International Student Ambassador Award program recognizes international students who exemplify the University’s mission and vision through academic achievement and community engagement efforts both on and off campus.

International Student Ambassadors play a vital role in meeting students from around the world, highlighting what life is like at Brock - both inside and outside of the classroom. While on campus, Ambassadors raise awareness about events and opportunities offered by Brock International.

The experience you need

Gain the experience you need to launch your future here at Brock. The CCEE Career Development Model is a tool to guide you through a critical process of selfreflection. Know Yourself by exploring your strengths, values, interests, and skills. Discover Possibilities through career exploration and researching career opportunities. Engage in experiential learning to Experience More by getting involved in adventures inside and outside the classroom. Get ready to Activate Your Plan by learning how to market yourself and gain effective strategies on resumes, cover letters, interviews, networking, and conducting a proactive job search. Let us work with you to identify and articulate transferable skills. Our career-ready competencies are specific to Brock students and will help you communicate the experiences you gain at Brock.


Co-op education at Brock is a combination of integrated career development coaching and work term opportunities that will enable you to explore career possibilities, discover your interests, gain new skills and build upon existing competencies, all while establishing key industry contacts in the world of work. The work term experience will enrich your studies through the reciprocal application of concepts and skills learned in class and during your work terms, while developing long-term workplace efficacy. This invaluable learning opportunity will increase your marketability and give the competitive advantage you will need to launch your career upon graduation.


Experiential Education

Take courses that allow you to apply the skills and theory you have learned in the classroom to real-life challenges and situations. Many of these courses also connect you with a local organization or business. Gain hands-on experience, build your skills, and contribute to the community within Niagara and beyond. You’ll prepare for your future and benefit from the great connections you make along the way. Experiential opportunities are available in every Faculty at Brock and are always growing.

Career Education

Your career is shaped by your experiences and will evolve as you do, both during your time at Brock and throughout your professional life after graduation. The Career Education team will support you in understanding your skills, answering your career questions, starting your job search, and connecting you with employers. Visit to access job postings, workshops, career/recruiting events and resources, or to book an appointment with a member of our team.

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Co-op, Career and Experiential Education

Build skills and discover what to do with your degree. We’ll help you make connections and better understand what community agencies and employers are looking for in volunteers and new employees.

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Experience more

Looking for more ways to explore career opportunities and develop skills for the future? Brock students have access to some exciting co-curricular programs that are designed to give you a competitive edge when it comes to skill development, career readiness, and job prospects.

Med Plus and Law Plus

Learn about and build experience in the health or law field through these unique co-curricular programs that include job shadowing, networking opportunities with industry professionals, skill development workshops, mentoring, and volunteering. Med Plus partners with area hospitals and health organizations and Law Plus partners with regional law firms, public and private organizations. Med Plus and Law Plus provide you with practical experience and up-to-date industry information that help develop your competitive edge when applying to professional education programs. Opportunities to apply are still available following year one if space allows.

Lab Link

Develop an understanding of how your lab experiences connect with the skills that employers require. This co-curricular program includes a ‘skills evaluation’ based on criteria that is relevant to our biological sciences courses and labs.

Fit Link

Fit Link will help you in building your knowledge of careers in rehabilitation sciences. Learn about and build experience through this unique co-curricular program that includes networking with industry professionals, skill development workshops and intensive volunteering. Students who complete Fit Link go on to pursue further education in physical activity and health-related careers.

Goodman Career

Engage with business-specific jobs and employers, events, resources, workshops, and career staff to ensure your competitive advantage in the marketplace. This programming is provided exclusively to students enrolled at the Goodman School of Business.

Student Experience Record and Co-Curricular Record

Your experience matters. Experience is ingrained in our culture at Brock; within academic courses, out in the community, and in the workplace.


The Co-Curricular Record tracks your experience beyond the classroom including on-campus and offcampus experiences. The Student Experience Record captures the culmination of your unique experiences, documents your learnings and contributions, and positions you well for your first job and future career success. The Student Experience Record is your platform for understanding, tracking, and sharing your experiences in a comprehensive and dynamic way and is anchored in Brock’s 10 core competencies.

Leadership Programming

Experience Leadership. Build skills. Student Life and Success offers leadership programming to develop and strengthen your leadership skills.

Brock Leads

The Brock Leads program provides you with buffet-style leadership development opportunities throughout your semester. The program topics range from conflict management, emotional intelligence, purpose building, self-reflection, and problem solving.

Conferences and Competitions

If workshops aren’t for you, check out some of our larger initiatives such as representing Brock at the Collegiate Leadership Competition, or planning, presenting, or attending the Brock Student Leadership Summit.

Foundations in Leadership

A professional development series that aims to provide you with the basic building blocks you’ll need to build a successful career and life. This four-level program offers practical application and practice time in a collaborative learning environment. As you progress through each level, you will receive certification and build your self-awareness and skills in a variety of areas, such as listening and self-expression, conflict management and problem solving, group work, and strengths-based leadership.

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Co-op, Career & Experiential Education

Co-op, Career & Experiential Education recognizes diversity as a source of strength and works to create an environment where all students are seen and heard. CCEE values equity, diversity and inclusion by embracing each student's background, perspectives and experiences. We strive to make students and the community feel welcomed, respected, valued, and heard.


Exchange & study abroad

Add an International Component to Your Degree

Immerse yourself in another country! As a Brock student, you have the opportunity to study, travel, and make lifelong friends around the world. Learn more about yourself, become more independent, and give your Brock degree an international edge. Share your Canadian culture abroad, and in return, experience the culture, lifestyle, and people of another country. With courses taught in English, and financial scholarships available, it’s never been easier to discover the world.

Student Exchange Program

Spend the full year, or one term, at one of our partner institutions around the world, and earn academic credits back to your Brock degree.

International Summer Program

Spend your summer exploring the world while earning academic credit towards your Brock degree. You could also participate in an international internship, or field course led by a Brock Professor.

Work and Volunteer Abroad

Experience a unique blend of academic, business, and cultural opportunities with a short-term option guaranteed to broaden your understanding of the world around you.

Field Courses

Discover the world while taking Brock courses and gaining practical experience. Brock University offers various international field courses throughout the year. Students spend a few weeks abroad with a Brock instructor and fellow classmates, learning in a practical environment that enhances their studies. Field courses are offered by Brock faculty, and they qualify for academic credit towards your Brock degree.

International opportunities

Graduate with the skills necessary to work in a globalized world. Participate in one of our programs to broaden your horizons personally, academically, and professionally. international-services


Finding help

Student Accessibility Services

Get help from an accessibility professional. We provide services and support to foster an accessible educational experience for students with disabilities. We’ll assist you in achieving your academic goals and will facilitate academic accommodation supports to students with a documented permanent disability or temporary ongoing medical, mental health, and/or cyclical health condition which is affecting academic functioning. Services and accommodation are determined individually.

Students are responsible for contacting us to initiate services. New students can register with us by completing the New Student Registration Form, found at: new-students/registration. Please visit our website for documentation guidelines and summer transition programs:

Personal Counselling Services

Trying to balance school, work, friends, family, personal care, and all the responsibilities of being on your own for the first time can sometimes feel overwhelming and stressful. If you are feeling stuck and are not sure where to turn, we can help.

Our confidential counselling services are free to Brock University students. You may come to our centre due to mental health concerns or other emotional, social, and personal difficulties. We can help with addressing concerns with respect to relationships, depression,

anxiety, stress, loneliness, sexuality, self-confidence, alcohol and drug misuse, just to name a few. Whatever your reason for seeking counselling, we are here to help you so that you have a positive university experience. You are not alone. Individual, group, and information sessions are available.

Life Works counsellors deliver telephone counselling sessions and in-person counselling in the Brock Student Wellness and Accessibility offices on the fourth floor of Schmon Tower (ST400). To make an appointment call 1 833 BROCK 33. Students can also receive urgent 24/7 telephone counselling by calling 1 833 BROCK33 or download the MYSSP app for 24/7 access via chat.

From Intention to Action (FITA)

If you are a student undergoing mental health challenges and not coping with your course load, FITA can help. Students who join the FITA program have access to mental health counselling as well as learning and study strategy development. Specifically, if you join the FITA program, you will be asked to participate in three psychological questionnaires. After the questionnaires are reviewed, you will meet with a FITA counsellor who will then work with you in a series of 12 weekly, one-on-one, 1-hour counselling sessions to address your academic and mental health goals. If you are interested in joining the FITA program, you can apply online using the online application form at and the FITA Coordinator will be in touch with you!

Student Health Services

Student Health Services (SHS) is a confidential and comprehensive service with a team of nurses, physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and administrative staff working together to manage your medical and health needs. Student Health Services is located in Harrison Hall, next to Campus Safety Services. Appointments can be booked by calling 905 688 5550


x3243. Book an appointment for things like mental health concerns, alcohol/drug concerns, dressings, health exams, immunizations or injections, STI testing, suture removal, and wart treatment.

SHS also runs urgent care walk-in clinics, staffed by SHS doctors and medical staff, each morning and afternoon at our Campus Pharmacy site in Heritage Plaza. For the urgent care clinic visit our website to book a same day appointment. Visit one of our urgent care walk-in clinics for things like birth control repeats, bladder infections, earaches, eye infections, fever, flu, sore throats/cough/colds, sprains, or yeast infections.

You will need to present a valid health card (OHIP, UHIP, etc.) at your appointment.

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The HUB is a space where students can drop in to chat with a Peer Health Educator about ways to improve their overall health and wellness. Students can expect to get connected to resources and groups available to them on campus from a wide variety of topic areas, including but not limited to:

• mental health

• sexual health

• sleep

• physical activity

• nutrition

• healthy relationships

• stress

The HUB is located in Thistle TH 134, just off the Marketplace, down the hall from Learning Services.


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Faith and Life Centre

The Faith and Life Centre is located on the beautiful Bruce Trail in Alphie’s Trough. It is a safe, inclusive, and accessible space focused on creating opportunities for community, education, counseling, and support for students of all religious, spiritual, and secular identities.

Events and opportunities include:

• religious celebrations and holidays

• interfaith communities

• community events and discussions

• spiritual studies

• Jummah prayer, Sunday mass, and mid-week worship

• daily drop-in study space in the Faith and Life Centre

The Faith and Life Centre is supported by University-sponsored Chaplains from a variety of religious identities. Chaplains offer spiritual support, personal guidance, and small 'c' counselling for the whole Brock University community. No matter who you are or what you believe, you are welcome here.

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Resources to support your learning

Brock University Library

The Brock University Library is here to support you on your academic journey. Visit our locations to discover helpful staff, research expertise, a comfortable café, and spaces for both individual and group study. Find the answers to your research questions in our large collection of scholarly publications and enjoy your free time by borrowing from our board game collections, and popular reading and wellness books.

James A. Gibson Library

The Gibson Library is located at the heart of campus, on floors 2 and 5-10 of the Schmon Tower. On the main floor, knowledgeable staff at the Ask Us desk are available to answer your questions, get you started with your research, and connect you with your course readings.

The Matheson Learning Commons on the main floor offers a variety of study space options, including space for students to collaborate and exchange ideas, such as our bookable group study rooms. Dozens of desktop computers are available, as well as copier/printer/ scanners and vending machines.

On floors 5-10 you’ll find the library’s book and print journal collections, as well as group, quiet, and silent study zones.

On the 10th floor of the Gibson Library, you will find the Archives and Special Collections which houses valuable and rare books, photos, diaries, letters, and more. The oldest item in the collection is from 1200 CE! The primary focus is all things Niagara including

the environment, history, government, and cultural aspects of the region. There are also strong collections in Masonic and fraternal organization books, and resources on the United Empire Loyalists of Canada.


Located in the Rankin Family Pavillion, the Library’s Makerspace is a creative space for students and community members to tinker, explore, and experiment with cutting-edge technologies like 3D printers, laser cutters, robotics kits, and Cricut machines. This collaborative space supports the teaching, learning, and research objectives of the University by providing access to audio and video production labs and our collection of loanable equipment.

Map, Data & GIS Library

The Map, Data & GIS Library (MDGL) is in Mackenzie Chown C-306. The MDGL offers study space, computer and printing access, and support for geospatial data and software. The MDGL collection includes print/digital maps, satellite images, and digital spatial and statistical data, as well as software such as ArcGIS, ENVI, QGIS, SPSS, and SAS.

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Brock LINC

Brock LINC is Brock University’s innovation and entrepreneurship centre. The LINC provides university and community members with opportunities to learn new skills that support innovative thinking and entrepreneurship. From developing technology skills, exploring a creative idea, commercializing research or starting a business, Brock LINC programs, events, and services are open to anyone looking for support on the innovation journey.



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Campus Store

The Brock University Campus Store is your firstchoice provider for Brock branded clothing, general merchandise, textbooks, course materials, computer accessories, stationery, and memorabilia.

We are committed to providing affordable options for every student’s budget and learning style. All textbooks and course materials ordered by your professors are published in "My Course Materials" beginning Wednesday, August 9, 2023. Your online, personalized My Course Materials tab can be accessed through Brightspace or at campusstore. by selecting “My Course Materials” and signing-in using your Brock email address and password.

All course materials must be purchased online at Orders placed can be picked up in-store or delivered directly to your door. Domestic orders are shipped via courier and typically

arrive within 1 to 3 business days. E-books and access course code orders are fulfilled automatically and sent right to your email, offering even more convenience!

Sign up to receive our e-newsletter and follow the Campus Store on social media for promotions, upcoming events, and new arrivals!

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Information Technology Services (ITS)

Students are provided with a Campus ID, which provides them with access to computer labs, the wireless network across campus, Microsoft Office 365 email ( and apps ( getoffice), the University’s learning management system Brightspace and their student portal at

Students will be required to use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to access these applications. Students can install the full Microsoft Office suite on up to five devices, including mobile devices and home computers. Help Desk locations in the Campus Store and the Computer Commons are available to assist students with technology issues including technology purchase recommendations, hardware issue resolution and residence technologies like wireless connection and wireless gaming network support. The Help Desk can be contacted by phone at x4357 (HELP), or in person at either Help Desk location.

Multiple computer labs are available across campus. The Computer Commons, located in Scotiabank Hall, offers over 150 computers for general access. Both Windows-based PCs and Macintosh computers are available. Office 365 is available to all Brock

students which offers a powerful web-based email and calendar platform along with a comprehensive suite of collaboration tools. Online versions of Word, PowerPoint, Teams, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, and OneDrive allow students to collaborate and work from anywhere at any time.


Getting involved

Student life

We’ll help you get the most out of your time at Brock and provide you with great opportunities to be active and engaged at Brock and within our surrounding communities. We have something for everyone to support your development and success with over 65 different student-initiated and student-led events and programs throughout the year. Visit the Student Life Involvement Commons to connect with student leaders and to get involved with campus events, leadership opportunities, and local and international volunteer opportunities.


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Get Involved. Get Connected. Experience Brock University! ExperienceBU is your one-stop shop to get connected and stay involved as a Brock student. Find and connect with student clubs and organizations, events, workshops, communities, services and supports, and co-curricular experiences. If it is happening at Brock, it is on ExperienceBU!

And it's only a click away. Check out what’s happening on or in the Brock University Mobile App and get involved. Your Brock email and password will get you access.

Learn more at or log into today.

Campus-Wide Co-Curriculum

Learning while at Brock goes beyond the classroom. The Campus-Wide Co-Curriculum (CWC) is your guide to getting involved and getting recognized.

The CWC will encourage you to participate in experiences that will helping you gain and foster skills in areas of professional development and personal growth. While you are getting involved at Brock, why not get recognized? Showcase your involvement and skill development to potential employers. The CWC features ten domains that represent skills employers expect from our graduates.

BONUS: for completing the curriculum CWC, you’ll be recognized at convocation with a Brock University Certificate of Engagement and red cords. Getting started involved is easy - log into experiencebu. and visit your Paths section. Here, you’ll be able to explore the range of activities available to complete within each domain.

So, what are you waiting for? Begin building your best Brock experience and resume NOW!

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Residence students have the opportunity to be involved in leadership on campus from day one through Residence Action Council, a student governing body comprised of elected representatives from each community in Residence. RAC members plan building and campus wide events and consult with Residence and Dining staff throughout the year.

Upper-Year students may wish to get involved as a Residence Life Staff (RLS) member. These students are trained to provide support and resources for the residence community. Hiring for the Residence Life Staff (RLS) happens every January for the next academic year. Residence also hires students to work at the service desks.

Within residence and campus, various student groups, clubs and committees, and volunteer opportunities exist to provide ways for students to get involved as much or as little as they desire.

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Brock Sports

Brock’s student-athletes, staff and coaches are recognized as leaders in sport. The Brock Badgers have a tradition of excellence with over 50 national and 80 provincial championships. Brock Sports has a total of 44 teams, at the high performance, varsity, and club levels.

Admission to regular season games is free for Brock students. Prospective student-athletes are encouraged to contact coaches for more information.

Then, let the Getting Started Track be your guide!

Complete and report the CWC experiences listed in your first year and you will be well on your way to completing the Campus-Wide Co-Curriculum. Learn

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Arts & Culture Global Awareness Brock Spirit Health & Wellness Career Preparation
Community Engagement
Leadership & Teamwork Diversity & Inclusion Personal Growth

Brock Sports provides students with opportunities to develop leadership and lifelong skills through oncampus jobs, volunteer work, and positions with our varsity sports teams.


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Brock Recreation

Get involved, get active! Brock Recreation provides lots of opportunities for Brock students to participate in programs, use the facilities of the Walker Sports Complex, and to be student leaders through jobs on campus and volunteer experiential opportunities.

By swiping your Brock student card, you have access to the new Zone Fitness Centre, the 50m pool and whirlpool, 3 gymnasia, the indoor track, outdoor tennis courts, and fields. Also included in your student fees are a number of “expressfit classes” each week.

Participate in any of the over 60 intramural leagues (no experience necessary), take part in yoga, dance, first aid, learn a new skill, or teach other students or community members.

Diverse programming, ranging from drop-in and casual recreation, organized classes, leagues, and sport clubs are available to students.

Research shows that being involved in recreational activity while you are a student is a key to stress reduction, retention, and best of all - fun!

As the largest student employer on campus, Brock Recreation offers hundreds of student jobs, from instructing programs, lifeguarding, supervising facilities, personal training, fitness leadership, intramural staff, camp staff, and more!

World-class facilities

You’ll have access to our Olympicsized swimming pool, indoor track, the new Zone fitness centre, gymnasia, squash courts, turf field, and outdoor tennis courts.

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The Brock Press

Written by the students, for the students, The Brock Press is your weekly guide to on and off-campus news, sports, arts, and opinions. We highlight student voices and publish diverse content every week. Check it out!

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BrockTV is your student-funded and student-staffed online video channel dedicated to providing Brock University students and community with news, sports, entertainment, culture, and arts programming. Tune in daily for new releases, short skits and live athletic broadcasts. Your time at Brock is all about the moments that you’ll want to remember forever and BrockTV is all about capturing those moments.

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Daily living

Brock Card

Your Brock Card is your “passport” to all things at Brock. It’s your main identification on campus, giving you access to all the services designated for you as a Brock student. If you’re living on campus, it will be your meal plan card and may be used for access to your residence. It can also be used by any card holders as a debit card for purchases on campus. It’s easy, convenient and secure.

Your Brock Card is also the required identification for your athletic complex membership, your transit card (with affixed U-Pass sticker), for entrance to exams, and for library privileges.

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Dining services

With multiple dining options on campus, dine how you want, when you want! Experience All-Access dining at our Fresh Food Company dining locations in the DeCew and Lowenberger residence. Both locations feature a chef-curated menu focused on fresh food, all day every day. Experience the ultimate in campus dining value, flexibility, and convenience.

Centrally located on campus in the lower level of Schmon Tower are the Market Eatery and Starbucks. The Market Eatery is a great destination to grab a full meal or a quick snack. Visit our full-service Starbucks to grab one of your brand favourites.

Choose from two full-service Tim Hortons locations in the Schmon Tower and Walker Complex. Hungry Badger is also located within the Walker Complex and is home to Pita Pit and Pizza Pizza to grab food on the go.

Meal plans

An All-Access meal plan provides unlimited meals, snacks and beverages in each of Brock’s all-you-careto-enjoy Fresh Food Company locations. A meal plan is required when living in Residence. 7-day All-Access meal plans are the primary meal plan, with a 5-day (Monday to Friday only) plan available for students living in Village and Quarry View townhouses. Students living in Village or Quarry View may upgrade to a 7-day All-Access meal plan.

In addition to the All-Access plans, supplementary dining and flex dollars are included. Both can be used to enjoy on campus food; however flex dollars can also be used for services on campus such as printing and laundry facilities. Meal plan holders have exclusive access to our executive chef and registered dietitian to support students who require dietary accommodations, as well as special events and pop-up meal specials.

Living off-campus? No problem! Meal plans are available for students living off-campus.

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Living on campus is an essential part of the university experience. It is where the transition to independence is supported, and lifelong friendships begin. Residences is a home away from home that nurtures a unique sense of place and identity for all students living on-campus. We typically accommodate almost 2,800 students in eight residence complexes.

Within residence we have Residence Life Staff (RLS) — upper-year students living within the houses, halls, courts and blocks who are trained to be a support and resource for residence students. Our three 24/7 Service Desks help by answering questions or pointing students in the right direction. They are also the main point of contact for managing maintenance, emergencies, mail/packages, keys/cards, guest sign-ins, vacuums and more. Also, all residence students sign an agreement to abide by the Residence Community Standards, which state expectations for behaviour.

Upper year students have three options for on campus housing after their first year.

1. Residence – Continue to live with a community of undergraduate students. You’ll benefit from all the residence community support and extend your residence life experience. Meal plans are mandatory.

2. Brock Suites – Exclusive upper-year and Graduate Studies student housing.

3. Residence Life Staff – Join the team as a live-in mentor and programmer. Grow your leadership skills and build a community for undergraduate students.

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Off-Campus Living

We want you to have the best experience if you choose to live off-campus. The Off-Campus Living team supports students who are living off-campus, commuting, or considering living off-campus. Supports include finding accommodation through our comprehensive Off-Campus Living listing site, where you can find rooms, houses, or apartments for rent; find or post sublets; or even find or post for housemates. We also want to make sure you are equipped with the information and resources you need to find a place to live, and to understand tenancy laws, leases, and your rights and responsibilities as a tenant. Once you’ve moved into your off-campus accommodation we have programs and services that will continue to support you throughout your off-campus living experience and help you stay connected to Brock.

Parking on campus

All parking on campus is paid by permit, or the Honk Mobile app. A Residence Parking Permit can be purchased close to your residence building – this will allow you to park overnight on campus. These permits can be purchased online beginning mid-summer at

For more information about parking on campus, please visit our website or email us at

Brock SOCS

Brock SOCS (Society of Off-Campus Students provides off-campus students opportunities to bridge the gap between school and home. With SOCS, students will have access to tons of awesome events, a Peer Mentor, opportunities to make friends, and get involved in the Brock and Niagara communities. off-campus-living/socs


Brock University Student's Union (BUSU)

The Brock University Students’ Union, also known as BUSU, is your voice and representation at Brock. Our singular focus is to give you the best student experience possible – and that extends well beyond the classroom. We offer services such as transit passes and health and dental coverage, run the most-fun events all year long, operate several food businesses on campus to deliver the best value to you, provide over 200 student jobs, fund student clubs, and much more. To learn more about what we do, please visit about and follow us on Instagram @BrockBUSU.


Welcome Week

BUSU plays a huge part in making your first week at Brock the absolute best it can be. Our Welcome Week Festival, BadgerFest, is focused on fun and provides you with a wide range of events and activities, from paint parties to goat yoga, chill silent discos to banging live concerts, and much more, all designed to orient you with your new campus and help you meet new friends. You can learn more about BadgerFest at



BUSU offers a wide range of opportunities for students to get involved including specialized committees, student Board of Directors, on campus advocacy efforts and external lobbying to all levels of government. If any of those areas interest you, speak to our Governance team and we would be happy to help get you involved. Find information on your elected representatives, elections, and important documents at



Joining a club is a great way to meet new people, explore your interests and expand your resume. There are more than 100 ratified clubs on campus that BUSU is pleased to support. If we don’t have what you’re looking for, you can even start your own club. You can learn more at


General Brock

General Brock (a.k.a. GB) is our student-powered convenience store on the south side of campus between Academic South and Welch Hall. GB offers locally roasted fair-trade coffee at the best price on campus, fresh vegan, halal, and gluten-free grab-andgo meals, Booster Juice, a wide variety of snacks, convenience items, and more! There is also space to study, eat, and catch up with friends, or enjoy one of GB’s board games.

Isaac’s Bar & Grill

Isaac’s is the only full-service restaurant and bar on campus. It is located on the 2nd floor of the StudentAlumni Centre. Serving up classic pub fare in an inviting, Brock inspired atmosphere, this fully-licensed venue is a great spot to grab a meal with friends or a quick bite between classes. They also run fun events, including live music, bingo, karaoke, and more.

Union Station

Union Station is our student-run food court, located on the ground floor of the Student-Alumni Centre. Featuring Subway, Harvey’s, Booster Juice, Union Greens Salad Bar, and more, Union Station has all your favourites at great prices. With plenty of seating, you can eat your meal there or take it with you.

BUSU Events

BUSU runs events large and small all year long to help keep you active and engaged here at Brock. Whether it’s a big event like Frost Week or Wellness Week, or weekly events like Music Trivia, there is always something going on. See the full schedule of events at You can also sign up for our email list and have the latest event and more sent directly to you. Sign up today at



Health and Dental Plan

BUSU believes that every Brock undergraduate student should have access to health and dental coverage. That is why we provide you with comprehensive vision, dental, travel, accident, and drug coverage. Coverage can be combined with parent/guardian/spouse coverage for even greater support. Students with their own coverage may opt out of the plan and fees. Find full details on the coverage available, and answers to commonly asked questions at

Universal Bus Pass

Students registered in 1.5 or more credits are eligible to receive a Universal Bus Pass (U-Pass). With your U-Pass, you have access to St. Catharines, Thorold, Niagara Falls, Welland, Fort Erie, Pelham, and Niagara Regional Transit Systems. You can learn more about your Bus Pass at


All BUSU businesses are student powered! We provide over 200 student jobs every year in a variety of different roles. Looking for an on-campus job that works around your class schedule? Apply now at

Food First (Food Bank Program)

This program is designed to assist students experiencing food insecurity by providing them with local grocery store gift cards. The Food First program is dedicated to easing the struggles of food insecurity while providing a secure and confidential platform to do so. BUSU’s Food First program also provides free breakfast for students on campus at select times during the school year.

You can find full details on this program at

Did you know that BUSU has one of the largest Instagram followings of any post-secondary student union or student association in Ontario? And, no wonder, our feed is full of special offers, giveaways, exciting event announcements, and important information that affects your student experience. Stay up to date by following @brockbusu.

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Respect and integrity

Academic Integrity

Academic integrity is a core value of Brock University’s academic mission. At Brock, academic integrity refers to your acknowledgment of and respect for the academic principles and behaviours that support the University’s mission. Developing your academic integrity skills is an important step to achieving your academic success. You need to know what “working with integrity” entails—it’s about more than just avoiding plagiarism—and there are many services and supports on campus to help you. Find out what you can do to avoid academic misconduct charges on our academic integrity pages.

Human Rights and Equity

Human Rights and Equity (HRE) begins its work with the recognition that we do our work on the traditional territory of First Nations peoples and, as such, have a commitment to the Dish With One Spoon and TwoRow Wampum Treaties. We operate through an antioppression lens, meaning we embody an active and consistent process of change to eliminate individual, institutional, and systemic discrimination as well as the oppression and injustice discrimination causes. In addition, we follow an intersectional approach to identity, recognizing that none of us operate as one-dimensional beings.

Brock University is committed to providing community members with a campus free from discrimination, harassment, and bullying while working to achieve an

equitable, accessible, and inclusive environment. HRE oversees the policies related to sexual assault, racism, anti-ableism, and other violations of policy. These are both preventative and supportive. Please contact us for information, to run workshops for your groups or to report a possible violation of policy. You may find our submission form at

Gender and Sexual Violence Support and Education (GSVSEC)

We assist survivors in making disclosures and accessing confidential support both on and off campus. GSVSE responds to all forms of sexual violence with a trauma and violence-informed clientcentered approach. GSVSE educates the Brock community on the Sexual Assault and Harassment Policy, the impacts of sexual violence, and ways individuals can contribute to changing culture at Brock. Please email to book an appointment to meet an intake advisor. You may also access our Peer 2 Peer Support Drop-in in TH128A to chat, discuss options and ask questions. Visit p2p-drop-in to learn more.

Accessibility and Inclusion

Brock prioritizes disability and accessibility as human rights issues that help shape an inclusive campus climate and guide compliance initiatives under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Using a framework of full accessibility, the HRE Office oversees:


• Compliance with AODA and the removal or barriers to full participation throughout the Brock Community.

• Education and training to the Brock community about accessibility, inclusion and anti-ableism through a human rights lens.

• Confidential consultations and complaint resolutions processes regarding individual issues or concerns around accessibility and accommodation.


Brock's strategic plan seeks to provide a unique student experience and prioritizes equity and diversity across campus. The Human Rights and Anti-Racism Advisor (HRARA) operates under an anti-racism, anti-oppression framework to support and improve the understandings of race, racism, and anti-racism both on and off campus.

Student Justice Centre

This campus hub for advocates for social and political engagement, education, and activism that challenges racism, colonialism, transphobia, homophobia, ableism, xenophobia, ethno-religious fascism, classism, sexism, and ageism. We promote social justice through educative initiatives, activism support, and programming, like workshops, events, film screenings, campaigns, etc. The Student Justice Centre provides a safe and welcoming space for marginalized students to study, relax, hold meetings, and connect with like-minded folks. Find us on campus in Thistle hallway, next to Scotia Bank. Our office is located in TH253B, please stop by!


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Intercultural Office

HRE’s Intercultural Office offers extensive intercultural training and measurement, coaching, learning opportunities and resources using a holistic intercultural lens that is rooted in the principles of human rights and equity. Students who are interested in this area may want to check out our Intercultural Professional Development Programs, including mentors, volunteers and internships. These programs allow you to increase your cross-cultural knowledge base while also developing critical problem-solving and leadership skills, invaluable in today’s global and diverse society.


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Student Code of Conduct

To maintain and facilitate students intellectual and personal pursuits, Brock University has established standards of behaviour to promote and maintain respect for the rights, responsibilities, and well-being of all members of our community. The University must therefore make provisions to address Student Misconduct that jeopardizes the welfare of the Brock Community, the good order and proper functioning of the academic and non-academic programs, and activities of the University, or that adversely affects the property of the University. In the event of misconduct, restorative justice techniques support and educate students through the disciplinary process. In most cases, the code will be administered by the Student Conduct Council, a team of peers that work toward making the community whole.


CARE (Campus Assessment, Response, and Education)

Members of the Brock community are encouraged to take a proactive approach to the well-being of others. If an individual is believed to at-risk of harm to themselves or others, please connect with the Campus Assessment, Response, and Education (CARE). This group will endeavor to balance the rights of the student at-risk and the rights of other members of the University community. In most cases, a warm referral to the appropriate professional will be made and other support options introduced as appropriate. The rights of students with disabilities and mental health concerns are respected when addressing the conduct of a student at-risk.

Residence Community Standards

The Department of Residences works hard to facilitate the successful sleep, study, and social life of approximately 2,800 students. To do this, we must balance residents’ needs to ensure we reach the goals of high quality of life and academic success by the end of students’ time in residence. Review Residence Community Standards at: community-standards

Off-Campus Living & Neighbourhood Relations

The Off-Campus Living team is here to help! We’re committed to working together with students, property owners, residents, and community partners to ensure all expectations of being a contributing member of our community are met. Once students have moved into their off-campus accommodation we offer services that continue to support students throughout their Brock off-campus journey. OffCampus Living provides a free Dispute Resolution Service (with the help of a neutral, Brock staff member) for students experiencing issues with their housemates, property owner, or property. We also have a series of programs and initiatives to ensure students understand their rights and responsibilities and tenancy and municipal by-laws while living off-campus. We encourage all students to be active and contributing members of their community by connecting them to local events, and volunteer opportunities. Our Off-Campus Living team offers information and materials to students related to being a good neighbour and community member and makes certain that any issues related to student housing are addressed appropriately. Brock Off-Campus Living offers various campaigns and initiatives throughout the year that foster positive neighbourhood relations.

A safe and friendly campus

Campus Safety Services

Experienced and skilled professionals provide a safe and welcoming learning environment for Brock by preserving the peace, protecting life and property, preventing crime, and promoting communityoriented services. Officers holding Special Constable designations are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. General inquiries may be directed to x4300. Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts inquiries should be directed to x6399. In an emergency, dial x3200 to reach Campus Safety Services or 911 from any Brock University telephone to reach off campus emergency services.

Walk Safe/Friend Walk

We offer three options to ensure you get to your destination safely.

1. Call Campus Safety Services. Call us at 905 688 5550 x4300 to request assistance getting to your destination on campus when it is late at night, you are unable to walk due to illness/injury, or you are fearful of walking alone.

Campus Security can be autodialed with a free Brock Safety App that’s available for all iPhone and Android devices.

Simply download the app onto your smartphone.

2. Virtual Walk Safe. Utilize the virtual walk safe feature in the safety toolbox of the Brock Mobile Safety App. This method contacts the Campus Safety Services dispatcher who will remotely monitor you via GPS as you walk to your destination.

3. Friend Walk. Send family or a friend a message requesting they monitor your walk similar to the Virtual Walk Safe. Campus Safety Services will not know your location.

Self Defense (RAD)

Brock University’s Campus Safety Services, in partnership with the Department Recreation Services, offers the RAD system of self-defense.

The RAD System of self-defense is a comprehensive course of awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance strategies combined with realistic and easy to apply hands on self-defense training. This program is run in Canada and the USA and is currently the only self-defense program endorsed by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA).

The Brock RAD course is 9 hours or (12 hours with simulation) in length. Classes are free of charge. The course may be booked through the Recreation Services online booking portal with a refundable $25 charge to hold your spot (returned upon completion of the course).


Emergency phones

Emergency phones, linked directly to Campus Safety Services, are located all around the campus — both indoors and outdoors. If you feel uncomfortable, press the button and state your location — a Campus Safety Special Constable will quickly be on the scene. For a list of emergency phone locations, please visit

Lost and found

Items lost on campus may be brought to Campus Safety Services in the Kenmore Centre. We collect and catalogue items ranging from lost student cards to cell phones. Lost something? Use our Lost Report form on the Campus Safety Services website or through the Brock Safety App to report it missing. If the item is brought in, it will allow us to contact you directly. Lost items will be held for 30 days. We suggest applying your student number to items such as textbooks, laptops, notebooks, or binders to assist staff with identifying owners and reuniting them with their lost property.

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Financing your education

How do I pay my fees?

Information related to your student account and fees can be found at Information includes:

• tuition and ancillary fees

• due dates

• methods of payment accepted

• overdue accounts/interest/restrictions

In accordance with the Ministry of Colleges and Universities guidelines, the University charges tuition per term. Generally, courses beginning in September (D2 and 50% of D1) are due on the first day of Fall term. Courses beginning in January (D3 and 50% of D1) are due the first day of Winter term.

Accessing your account

Use your Student Financial History, located on the Student Self-Serve tab on your student portal. The University does not mail statements to prompt payment. You are financially responsible for all tuition and related fees associated with registered courses. You should monitor your Student Financial History regularly, especially after any course changes.

Brock Scholars Awards

If you had a final admittance average from high school of 80 per cent or higher, you’ll receive the Brock Scholars Award. The award can be renewed for up to three additional years, if you maintain an 80 per cent average. It is deposited directly to your student account. For complete award requirements, please review the information provided in your offer of admission.


Brock University offers hundreds of awards and bursaries annually. To be considered, you must complete the OneApp. Access the application through your portal at in Student Self-Serve. You only need to complete one application for the Fall/Winter terms, annually between August 1 and October 15, and one between November 1 and April 15, if you are a new, first year student beginning studies this fall. Awards offered through OneApp are based on academic and extracurricular success, and bursaries are based on financial need. If you are the selected recipient of an award or bursary, you will be notified by email to your Brock account.


Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)

OSAP funding is available for many students who meet the eligibility requirements. Assistance through OSAP can come in the form of loans and grants. Students applying for OSAP are encouraged to complete the online process as early as possible to ensure that any funding will arrive in September. Need help getting started? Visit us at Brock Central!

Campus jobs

Hundreds of student jobs are available — right on Brock’s campus. Get experience, develop skills and make some extra money to help fund your education.


Our Brock$ense guide to student financial matters and our FinTip$ podcasts will help guide you through year 1 and beyond. budgeting-and-advice/ financial-literacy


Important dates

Aug. 1

The OneApp opens for the coming year. Apply for awards and bursaries as a current Brock student via your portal at Visit for more information.

Sept. 2-4

Residence move-in days. Residence students will be assigned a specific move in date and time slot over the Labour Day weekend. Move in dates and times will be made available by mid-August so you have time to prepare.

Sept. 4-8

Welcome Week events. View the full lineup at

Sept. 6

• First day of classes.

• Fees are due for residence, meal plans, ancillary fees and any course fees for courses beginning in the Fall term (D1 Fall/Winter and D2 Fall only). View your “Student Financial History” at Visit students/undergraduate for more information. Learn how you can turn your Aeroplan Miles into tuition at

Sept. 19

Last day for D1 and D2 registration and course changes without permission of the instructor. Registration System closes for D1 and D2 adds; last day to drop courses without financial penalty. After this date, manual course change requests are required. Please visit for more information.

Oct. 9

Thanksgiving Day, Brock University closed. Residences remain open.

Oct. 9-13

Fall Reading Week. No classes are held in undergraduate programs. Residences remain open.

Nov. 7

Last date to withdraw from D2 courses without academic penalty, and the last day to change from credit to audit status for D2 courses without academic penalty.

Dec. 5

Last day of lectures for the Fall term.

Dec. 7-20

• Progress exams for D1 courses and final exams for D2 courses.

• Students must leave residence by noon the day following their last exam. Visit for details.

Dec. 21-Jan. 6

Residences are closed for the holidays and reopen on January 8 at noon. Visit for more information.

Dec. 21-Jan. 6

Brock closes at 12 p.m. on Dec. 24 for the holidays and will re-open at 8:30 a.m. Jan. 3.

Jan. 8

• First day of Winter term.

• Fees for any course beginning in Term 2 (D3 Winter) will be due.



Residence application for 2024-25 opens.

Jan. 22

Last day for D3 late registration and course changes without permission of the instructor. Registration System closes for D3 adds; last day to drop courses without financial penalty. After this date, manual course change requests are required. Last date for withdrawal without academic penalty, and last day to change from credit to audit status for D1 courses. Visit for more information.

Feb. 19

Family Day, Brock University closed. Residences remain open.

Feb. 21

President’s Holiday, Brock University closed. Residences remain open.

Feb. 19-23

Reading Week. No classes are held in undergraduate programs. Residences remain open.

March 8

Last date for withdrawal without academic penalty, and last day to change from credit to audit status for D3 courses.

March 29

Good Friday, Brock University closed. Residences remain open.

April 5

Last day of Fall/Winter session D1 and D3 classes.

April 10-24

• Final exams for Fall/Winter D1 and D3 courses.

• Students must vacate their residence by noon the day following their last exam in April. Visit for details.

Checklist for success

square Check and use your Brock student email account.

square Prepare for the year ahead with Orientation at Brock. Learn more about Brock’s orientation programs and how you can get started. Orientation will allow you to experience preparedness, connection, personalized support, academic readiness, and an exceptional first year experience.

square Set new expectations for yourself. University is a new challenge that should be embraced! Take time to understand the format of your classes and the support available to ensure your success.


square Ensure you are not waiting to submit assignments at the last minute. Technology can fail and you don’t want to risk a late penalty!

square Write professionally and with respect. Include the course code in the subject line, begin email formally (e.g., Hello Dr. Kim), and end with your name and student number.

square Be connected to services, supports, and co-curricular opportunities that will help you succeed and call Brock home:

square Ask for help! There is a lot of support available, but you need to advocate for yourself and for your learning.

square Take advantage of supports from Learning Services:

• attend 1-hour workshops led by upper-year students

• how to take notes in fast-paced lectures

• how to speak up in seminar

• how to stay on track

• how to write an academic paper

• how to succeed in university exams

• visit academic drop-in to get advice from upper-year students

• book a consultation with a Learning Skills Specialist

• request a tutor for support in a specific class (pay-per-hour service, $25/hour)

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square Visit your Professors and/or TAs during office hours if you need clarification on course content, assignments, etc.

square Meet with your academic advisor to ensure you’re on track with your program. Find your advisor at

square Treat university like a full-time job. Plan two hours of weekly study time for every hour of lecture. Create a schedule to complete your readings and assignments outside of scheduled class time each week.


square Use a 4-month calendar to plan your entire semester. By mapping out due dates, you ensure you have enough time to do your best work. Create start dates and mini due dates for large assignments to help you stay on track.

square Work to understand the material, rather than solely memorize. University requires deeper, more critical thinking and application, rather than just memorization.

square Go around campus and find your classrooms a few days before classes start.

square Make time for yourself! Eat, sleep, be active, socialize. University is more than just classes. Find information about available supports here:

square Stay active - intramurals, clubs, other rec activities.

square Get involved with clubs, on campus organizations, etc. right away! Use and track your involvement on the Campus-wide Co-curricular transcript (CWC).

square Be sure to make a comprehensive budget. Remember to include things like potential increases in rent, groceries, eating out, and extracurricular activities.

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