Brock facts

grad send off event with speaker form the toronto maple leafs

Kyle Dubas (BSM ’07), General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Total graduates: 100,000+

The Brock alumni community includes prominent figures in the world of business, entertainment, sports and academics.

Student population: 19,000+

Our school feels small enough to be intimate but big enough to be world-class and in-demand.

Location: St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada

St. Catharines is a vibrant city of 132,000 people located in one of the most historic parts of Canada — the Niagara region.

Opened: 1964

The idea of a university in Niagara began to take hold with the initial efforts of the Allanburg Women’s Institute in 1957. By 1964, the University held its first classes in a local church and a former refrigerator factory.

Faculties: Seven

Choose to study in the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences; Education; Humanities; Mathematics and Science; Social Sciences; Graduate Studies; or the Goodman School of Business.

Faculty members: 600

Our faculty includes 12 3M Teaching Fellowship award winners and 12 Canada Research Chairs.

Residences: Eight

Our residences have almost 2,800 beds and offer an incredible way to live in Niagara. We offer rooms and meal plans to meet your needs.

Programs: 130+

Brock University offers more than 70 undergraduate programs and 50 graduate programs in seven Faculties.

Awards and bursaries: $11.6 million

Each year, more than $11 million in awards and bursaries are made available to students through a wide variety of initiatives.

Employment: 6,000

There are approximately 6,000 full- and part-time employees working at Brock.

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