As Brock University continues to operate in Brock 3 (Protect and Prevent) of its reopening framework, some units will experience additional closures and varying hours for the Civic Holiday long weekend from Saturday, July 31 to Monday, Aug. 2.
Access to campus
Screening access to enter any indoor section of Brock’s main campus can be completed at the main entrance to the Rankin Family Pavilion from Saturday, July 31 to Monday, Aug. 2 between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Brock University’s administrative offices will be closed from Saturday, July 31, to Monday, Aug. 2, and will reopen Tuesday, Aug. 3 at 8:30 a.m.
James A. Gibson Library
The Library’s bookable study spaces, pickup service and virtual Ask Chat service will all be closed from Saturday, July 31 to Monday, Aug. 2.
On-campus research facilities will be closed Saturday, July 31 through Monday, Aug. 2, except in extenuating circumstances and with prior authorization through the Associate Dean, Research.
The Campus Store will remain available for online sales only until Tuesday, Aug. 3, when it will reopen for in-store shopping with limited capacity allowing two metres of physical distancing.
Dining Services remain closed for the summer.
Athletic facilities inside the Walker Sports Complex, including the Zone Fitness Centre, Brock pool, gymnasia and Brock Sport Performance Centre, will remain closed from Saturday, July 31 to Monday, Aug. 2. They will begin to reopen on Tuesday, Aug. 3 for pre-booked recreational use, with capacity limits and other restrictions in place.
Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre
Brock’s Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre, including Personal Counselling Services, Student Health Services and Student Accessibility Services, will be closed from Saturday, July 31 to Monday, Aug. 2.
Students can receive urgent/crisis 24-7 telephone counselling by calling 1-833-276-2533 (1-833-BROCK33) or students who are outside of North America can call 001 416 382 3257 for 24-7 telephone support every day of the year.
Students in need of mental health supports can also access counselling and resources no matter the time of day through the My SSP mobile app, which can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play.