When you graduate from Brock University, you join more than 115,000 proud graduates as a lifelong member of the Brock University Alumni Association (BUAA).
From accomplished artists, sport industry professionals and educators, to C-suite executives, entrepreneurs, distinguished academics and more, each member of our diverse community shares a common thread that binds us all: We are forever Badgers.
Brock emails expire shortly after graduation.
Staying connected means being among the first to know about special events, professional development opportunities, exclusive offers and discounts available to Brock grads, and more. Take advantage of your Badger perks!
Post your Badger-owned business on our alumni business directory for free or support fellow Badger businesses around the world. Receive special discounts and perks exclusively available to alumni at participating businesses, too!
Brock graduates are entitled to a growing list of quality services and benefits. From on-campus perks to off-campus deals through partner organizations, Badgers can enjoy savings and access to various campus resources post-graduation.
We strive to facilitate connections and build engagement amongst our alumni, community and Brock University both on and off-campus. More graduates are attending affinity-based, online and Brock Sports programming and we continue to work closely with campus and community partners to host events across Canada.
Some things change, but your connection to Brock University doesn’t. Alumni Relations hosts and supports various Badger gatherings including class reunions during Homecoming Weekend and alumni-driven meet-ups.
Connect with @brockualumni on the channels you love. #BadgerPride
Stay Connected. Get Involved.
Once a Badger, always a Badger. Volunteering is one of the many ways you can stay connected to your alma mater.
Help us enhance the alumni and student experience at Brock University. Explore our various volunteer opportunities and complete the form below to let us know how you’d like to volunteer your time and expertise! When opportunities become available we will reach out to you.
Do your life experiences relate to a class taught at Brock or a topic that would be of interest to a Faculty event? Do you have knowledge to share with students or fellow alumni as a panelist? Become a class speaker/guest lecturer or an event panelist. Professors will review speaker requests and will contact you directly if you are selected.
Become a reunion leader or class representative to help plan and promote an affinity-based or class reunion with your fellow graduates! Reunion volunteers will receive support and guidance from the Alumni Relations office.
We acknowledge the land on which Brock University was built is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples, many of whom continue to live and work here today. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties and is within the land protected by the Dish with One Spoon Wampum agreement. Today this gathering place is home to many First Nations, Metis, and Inuit peoples and acknowledging reminds us that our great standard of living is directly related to the resources and friendship of Indigenous people.