Transfer credits and advising

Transfer students are important contributors to the Brock University community, and we value the experience and maturity transfer students bring to the classroom environment. A transfer student is an individual who has studied at another accredited university or college prior to studying at Brock University. A transfer applicant may apply part way through studies at their current post-secondary institution, or they may have already graduated. Do you have transfer credits from a previous program at a college or other university? Find out how your transfer credits will fit into your program.

Check your “Statement of Advanced Standing” via your portal at my.brocku.ca
to verify transfer credits that you have been granted by Brock.

How to accept your Brock University offer of admission

How to view transfer credits

Need help?

Access our academic advising services. An academic adviser will help you understand how your transfer credits can fit into your program plan.

An academic adviser will:

  • help you determine how your transfer credits will fit within your program
  • assist you with planning your timetable
  • ensure you’re reaching your academic goals

Get in touch with an Academic adviser — choose your best option

You’ll want to get in touch with an Academic adviser from the Student Success Centre.

You’ll want to get in touch with an Academic adviser from your specific department.