Brock Alumni Relations
The Walker Complex includes an Olympic sized pool – the largest pool in the Niagara Region, a 200m suspended recreational track, and the Zone Fitness Centre fully-equipped with a complete range of weight and aerobic machines. Full membership includes use of squash, racquetball and tennis courts; fitness centre; cardio room; gymnasia; dance studio/combative room; the Eleanor Misener Aquatic Centre pool, sauna, whirlpool; locker rooms and showers. Rowing Centre memberships may also be purchased for an additional fee.
Alumni Discount: 20% - 35% off, depending on membership level
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Brock graduates are invited to take advantage of Career Services. The Career Services staff are trained in many areas of career development and can help you start or re-start your career.
Some of the services available are:
- The Graduate Recruitment Program (GRP)
- Career Guidance
- Job Posting Boards and Employer Binders
- Information about Internships, Working Abroad, and Volunteering
- Workshops – resume and cover letter writing, portfolio creation, interview preparation, and job search skills. View Upcoming Workshops.
- Degree Binders and Graduate School Course Calendars
- Event Listings
Free Service for Brock alumni
Did you know that the James A. Gibson Library has over 670,000 books, 56,000 maps, and 26,000 sound recordings and videos?
Continuing Education & Community Learning
Brock University Continuing Education / Community Learning are departments dedicated to encouraging a culture of curiosity and learning engagement in the Niagara region. Our programs use a non-traditional approach to education that embraces the real-life experiences of all members of our community.
Continuing Education offers non-credit discovery courses ranging from languages to computers to health and wellness. Alumni discounts are available to Brock University graduates.
Community Learning provides public conversations hosted in local cafés, schools, art galleries, museums and senior residences to discuss open-ended topics relevant to this time of global change.
Our Conversation Cafes begin with a short guest presentation to frame the issue, and are then led by a moderator who guides participation and encourages everyone to take on the role of both teacher and learner. Participants are welcome to listen or share thoughts based on their own knowledge and experience. All conversations are free, donations are appreciated.
On Campus Internet Access
Alumni can access the wireless network on campus; you simply need to activate your portal account.