Brock to welcome future Badgers of all ages over March Break

From soon-to-be first-year students to young children with athletic dreams, Brock University will be buzzing with activity for March Break next week.

The week off for elementary and high school students means a busy week for Brock’s recruiting and recreation staff.

Having recently mailed out a remarkable 10,000 offers of admission to graduating high school students from across the province, Brock welcomes March Break as another opportunity for families to visit the University and see what it has to offer.

Campus tours will start in the Cairns Complex atrium three times each day from Sunday to Friday, when potential students will have the opportunity to see the Brock facilities, meet with faculty and staff, and even attend some in-class lectures.

“With thousands of offers of admission in circulation, a visit to campus is often the next step for future students and their families,” said Beth Natale, Director, Recruitment and Retention at Brock. “We have our regular schedule of classes and activities next week, so it will give them a very good preview of what the Brock University experience is like.”

For those a little younger, Brock has a wide range of popular March Break camps allowing kids from Grades 1 to 12 to experience everything from traditional sports to junior lifeguarding, outdoor adventure, robotics, creative arts, investigative science and engineering. Brock’s Aboriginal Students Services is also offering a free Cultural March Break Camp for Indigenous youth from across Niagara.

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