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Faculty of Humanities
TO STUDENTS INTERESTED IN LIBERAL ARTS OR BROCK UNIVERSITY BUT NOT YET ENROLLED:
Liberal Arts faculty and students would love to tell you more about the program. We could even arrange for you to visit one of our classes or arrange an individual discussion of the program either on campus or by phone/video-conferencing. If you would like more information about the Program, please write to Prof. Michael Driedger (firstname.lastname@example.org), the LART Program Director, and copy the message to email@example.com. If you would like general information about Brock University, please see the links at the lower half of this page.
TO STUDENTS ENTERING THE LIBERAL ARTS PROGRAM IN SEPTEMBER 2010:
We are glad to welcome you to the LART Program, and we are looking forward to meeting you in the coming weeks and months. If you are starting your studies in Liberal Arts in Sept. 2010, you should register for the following 2 LART courses:
- LART 1F91 - Poets, Painters and Philosophers (NB: non-LART majors take LART 1F90);
- LART 1F93 - Order and Chaos in the Cosmos.
These are limited enrollment courses that are special to LART majors. If you encounters problems registering, don't panic! Please write to Prof. Michael Driedger (firstname.lastname@example.org), the LART Program Director, and copy the message to email@example.com. In the email, list your name and Brock student ID number, and indicate that you are an incoming LART major. We will arrange a registration override for you, if it is needed.
If you are on campus in late July or anytime in August, please feel free to arrange a meeting with Prof. Driedger (appointments are by arrangement; please send an email). Prof. Driedger might also be able to arrange meetings with current LART students, if you wish.
LINKS FOR FUTURE STUDENTS:
- Applying to Brock
Get the most up-to-date information about applying to Brock programs.
search here for a list of important dates regarding registration.
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A link to information specifically for part time studies at Brock.
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The Registrar's office website has all the information needed for new and
returning students. Check here for information on fees, forms and
information for parents.
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A resource for all student awards and bursaries available at Brock, including
application process. Find forms and information regarding financial aid.
- SMART START
Brock's summer orientation program to help you feel at home on your first
few days of University life.