Brock University: April Campus Days!

Hey Future Badgers!

Did you miss Brock’s March Open House? Were you away on a grad trip over March Break (or unfortunately stuck in a snow storm…) and couldn’t make it in to check out our campus? Whatever the reason may be for why you haven’t come to visit us yet, don’t fret! Brock’s April Campus Days are coming up!

On Saturday, April 5th and Sunday, April 6th, Brock is having our April Campus days. Each Campus Day will feature specific information from designated faculties from around the university.

Brock University - Schmon TowerThings that you can do that day on campus includes:

  • Campus Tours (including Residences)
  • Presentations to guide you in your next steps in your decision making process
  • Faculty specific presentations
  • The chance to chat with faculty and advising staff

As you are in your final stages of making your decision about university, visiting a campus is definitely the perfect way to get a feel for campus life and see where you feel at home most! If you’re unsure which faculty you belong to, click the link below to find out!

For full details and if you would like to register for one of our campus days, click here.

Keep up all your hard work Future Badgers, you’ll be moving in to res in September before you even know it!

-Karen 🙂


About Karen

Hey there Future Badgers! My name is Karen and I’m in my 4th year here at Brock University. I am in the Concurrent Education program with a teachable and minor in Human Geography. I had spent my first two years at Brock living in Decew Residence both as a student and a Living Learning Community (LLC) Peer Mentor. I’ve lived in my hometown of Toronto, ON my whole life until I started my amazing journey at Brock. As much as I miss the busy city life of Toronto, I have definitely fallen deeply in love with the small town, community feel that Brock offers. If you have any questions, feel free to comment on my blog. I hope to see some of you here for a tour of our lovely campus this Fall or Spring! Take care!

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