Lisa Neville

Future Badgers……THIS (the above picture) COULD BE YOU!!

If you take a look at your calender you’ll see that this weekend is the Brock University Fall Preview Day! Check out Karen‘s most recent blog to find out about all of the exciting things that are happening that day! Along with getting a tour of the Brock campus and residences, you will also be able to check out different faculties that you are interested in. To help you out, I’ve decided to give you a couple questions that will help you get you started when visiting a specific faculty:

1) What courses are required for admission into this program?

This question is always a good place to start because it not only shows that you are interested in applying, but it also gives you a peace of mind, knowing that what you are taking in high school will be useful in your university career.

2) What is the minimum average required for this program?

3)What is the average class size for this program?

Class sizes will differ depending on the program, so this is a great question because it inquires how competitive the program is, depending on the number of acceptances.

4) ______ is my goal at the end of University. What other programs might this faculty offer that I may not have been notified of?

Before you come this weekend, ask this question to yourself. What do you want to achieve once you have a degree? If you know that, then this question will be very useful to you because each faculty can highlight some courses that you may not have considered previously.

The more prepared you are, the more productive your day will be! So please come with some questions in mind! We will do our absolute best to answer them for you! We are so excited to see everyone this weekend!! This is such an exciting time in your life, and we are so honoured that you are taking the time out of your busy schedule to come check out Brock!

See you at Fall Preview Day!



About Mallory

Hello everyone! My name is Mallory and welcome to my blog! First thing you'll need to know about me is that I love to learn from others... and trust me, this small town country girl has a lot to learn! Joy is something that radiates from each of us, and as a fourth year Concurrent Education student at Brock, I have found so much joy in and around campus. So much to do, so little time.. Brock always has something great planned for all of its students, and I cannot wait to fill you in on each experience. Family, friends, nature, sports, dramatic arts and volunteering is just the beginning. So sit back and travel with me on this fourth year adventure at Brock!

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