There seems to be no end to Canadian universities located in Ontario! Brock is one of them. Located in St. Catherine’s, Ontario, Brock University is in the Niagara Region, known for its wine industry and, of course, Niagara Falls. This university teaches you to look at something with both side of your brain: you’ll learn to think both rationally and creatively about different subjects. Brock U has over 17,000 students and 600 faculty members, and while it’s a large campus, it feels like a small community. Also, where else does a badger look so cool?
Read on to learn more about Brock University . . .
Learn more about growing grapes for wine by taking the Bachelor of Science in Oenology and Viticulture, which has a co-op term that will allow you to get hands-on experience at a winery’s vineyard.
Interested in business and travelling? Be part of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Co-op International Dual Degree program.
Study language structureby taking the Bachelor of Arts program with a major in Speech and Language Sciences.
Take the Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies program if you enjoy activity and supporting people through wellness.
Discover the different types of landforms and soils during your post secondary years through the Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography program.
Be part of the rowing team! The Leo LeBlanc Rowing Centre is home to the team and features ergometers for indoor training, as well as an eight-person tank that rowers can use to simulate in-the-water training.
Take a swim in the 50m Olympic-size pool.
The campus recreational facilities feature a 200m indoor track; tennis, squash and badminton courts; four fields for varsity and intramural sports; fitness and dance studios; and three different gyms . . . you’re bound to find something you enjoy.
There are 6 different residences on campus with two different styles—four traditional and two townhouse style.
Choose from more than 7 different places to eat on campus.
You can walk from one end of the main campus to the other in under 10 minutes.
Brock TV is a great way to stay connected and catch up on the latest news, sports, and entertainment on campus!
Enjoy a night out at one of the many shows and concerts at the Centre of the Arts.
Get a job with the Department of Recreational Services.
Be part of the campus radio station CFBU 103.7 FM.
Join the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPRIG) at Brock and be part of an organization that researches, educates, and takes action on different issues.
Why not write for the independent student newspaper The Brock Press?
The university is just hours away from Toronto, Detroit, and many other major urban centres.
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500 Glenridge Avenue
St. Catharines, ON L2S 3A1
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