I’ve Applied to Brock….NOW WHAT?!?

Waiting to hear from schools on your acceptance?

Then you are probably wondering “what am I supposed to do in the meantime?”


1)      Check your Brock PORTAL for your admission status!

If you haven’t done so already, activate your Brock University Campus ID to access your Brock Portal! This is where you can access EVERYTHING you need to know as a Future Brock Badger! NOTE: Your Campus ID was included in your acknowledgement letter from the Office of Admissions!

2)      Book a campus TOUR!

When you are choosing which University you want to go to, you need to make sure you will feel comfortable there, so visit! Our regular campus tours are offered  Monday to Friday at 10:00 a.m. or 2:00 p.m. and will take approximately 1.25 hours! Come on in and let us show you what Brock is all about!

3)      Fill out the OneApp!!

What is a OneApp?! It’s a nice and easy way to apply for all of Brock’s awards and bursaries in ONE application! AMAZING right?!?! Instead of having to figure out which ones you are eligible for and then find them and apply, all you have to do is fill out the OneApp and it will do the rest! DEADLINE is March 31st!

4)      Join us for our Open House!

On March 2nd 2014 from 12pm-4pm Brock will be hosting its Spring Open House! This will be your chance to get a sneak preview to what being a Brock Badger will be like. You will be able to talk to professors and current students about their experiences and what to expect!

5)      Stay in touch!

We will be having a Chat Night next Wednesday, February 5th 2014 starting at 4pm-7:30pm! Log on and ask us any questions that may be on your mind. You can also visit choosebrocku.ca, follow us @discoverbrock, and like our page at facebook.com/brockuniversityfuturestudents! It’s hard to make a decision when you don’t have all the answers so ASK!


About Meghan

Hello! My name is Meghan and I am attending Brock University in my fourth year of the Concurrent Education BA/BEd I/S program with a major in Drama and second teachable in English. During my first year at Brock I was able to be part of Brock Musical Theatre’s production of RENT. This experience led me out of my shell right from the beginning of my first year, and allowed me to grow into the Brock community. I was able to see how important it is to branch out and get involved which is why the last 2 years I was a Residence Don and now this year I am a Head Resident in order to ensure that our incoming first years get the best experience possible at Brock! A piece of advice: When you choose a school, you are going there for your academics, BUT, your social and extra-curricular life are just as important in order to be a well-rounded student. Don’t be afraid to try new things. Don’t let the feeling of "only being in first year" or "having too much work to do" stop you from getting involved because this is the time to do it. This is the time to use 'both sides of the brain' in order to be that well-rounded person. When you find something you love, something that brings out the best in you, don’t find excuses to not do it. Let it be your outlet. Let it the thing you go to or do when you’re feeling overwhelmed because in the long run, it will keep you happy, confident and sane!

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