Hey fellow badgers !!

Today I had the awesome opportunity to meet so many of you at our yearly Fall Preview Day! If any of you were not available to make it out check out this link to read up on what sort of  things go on at Brock during this day! We had many students check out the school with their parents through visiting hot spots, going on residence tours, trying out delicious vegan brownies, smoothies, and pulled pork, as well as attending information sessions about specific programs! It was a packed up day with lots to do and lots to learn!

During the day I was at Hotspot 2 which was highlighting the recreation services, Leo Leblanc Rowing Centre and the Eleanor Misener Aquatic Centre!

So for this blog post I thought I would inform you on Brock’s Olympic sized pool since I’m practically a pro on it, after talking about it non-stop for 4 hours! It is one of the largest swimming facilities in the Niagara Region. During the week various activities take place at the Brock Swimming Pool. Whether you are interested in employment as a lifeguard, taking an aquafit or aqua Zumba class, taking part in inner-tube water polo or under-water hockey or just want to come for an afternoon swim, the Brock pool is the place to be!

Swimming at the pool is completely free and the different swim times are listed if you click on this link! As well different leadership, first aid and lifeguarding courses are available throughout the year. Or if you already have your lifeguard certification and are interested in a job as a lifeguard at the Brock pool, apply here .

I hope you this makes you excited to attend Brock and be involved in various water activities here! And whether you’re drowning in homework or taking a year off and working full- time, as dory would say. “JUST KEEP SWIMMING”


About Kristen

Hey fellow badgers! I am a third year student in Child and Youth Studies and my name is Kristen. Through my experience at Brock I have received adequate learning alongside meaningful experiences that have positively influenced my years at Brock. Before university I was very nervous for the transition, but through interactions with professors and fellow students I am completely comfortable and content to call Brock University my home away from home! Through the specific courses and experiences I have had at Brock I have developed a passion to work with youth at risk.

One Response to Just Keep Swimming

  1. avatar Natalie says:

    Wow, this makes me want to go swimming 😉

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