STUDENT & ALUMNI EVENT
Catch up on what you've missed on Campus, whether you graduated 40 years ago, or just four years ago. Brock's campus has grown by leaps and bounds, and we don't want you to miss out on the excitement. There are three tours to choose from:
Inniskillin Hall Tour and Tasting: You have probably walked by Inniskillin Hall, but have you ever walked through this amazing building? Built in 1999, it houses Brock’s Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI), which is dedicated to the advancement of the Canadian grape and wine industry, as well as other cool climate grape and wine regions of the world. Did you know that Inniskillin Hall is capable of storing 43,000 bottles of wine in its cellar? Bring your cameras and questions - you’ll learn a lot on this 45 minute journey.
Special Collections and Archives Tour: Special Collections & Archives houses unique, focused collections that are accessible to all researchers. Thousands of books, records, magazines, photos and much more are available on the 10th floor of the James A. Gibson Library. If you’re a history buff, or if you are just curious about ‘days gone by’ don’t miss this tour. Bring a sweater; it’s cool in this part of the library. Our favorite feature of Special Collections and Archives is the series of Brock University Archives - records chronicling the history of this institution which include items like old yearbooks and student memorabilia.
Campus Tour: Catch up on what you've missed on Campus, whether you graduated 40 years ago, or just four years ago. Brock' campus has grown by leaps and bounds. This 45 minute tour takes guests throughout various buildings, such as Arthur Schmon Tower, Alphie’s Trough, Walker Complex, Decew Residence, Market Hall and more. Visit Brock’s newest building, the Cairns Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex- a 176, 530-square foot research complex. Tours are completely accessible. Why not bring your family and show them where you worked and played while at Brock!