Visitor or guest coming to a Brock University campus? Here’s what you need to know

With in-person classes and activity resuming at Brock University this week, more people are coming to campus now than at any point in the past 18 months.

As part of Brock’s COVID-19 vaccine policy, full vaccination is required for all individuals involved in any in-person activities on campus. This includes all faculty, staff and students, as well as all visitors and guests coming onto any Brock campus or site.

On the main St. Catharines campus, all visitors are required to stop at a Visitor/Guest COVID-19 Screening desk located in the Rankin Family Pavilion at the base of Schmon Tower or in the east entrance to the Roy and Lois Cairns Health and Bioscience Research Complex. At the Hamilton campus or Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts in downtown St. Catharines, guests are required to go for screening at the Campus Security desk.

In addition to showing proof of vaccination, visitors will be required to complete the Brock Safety screening tool and show confirmation at the screening desk.

Suppliers and contractors must also be fully vaccinated or be partially vaccinated with a second dose required by Sept. 28. Those who are partially vaccinated and have a second dose scheduled by Sept. 28 must provide proof of a negative rapid antigen test from within 72 hours of coming to campus. Negative rapid antigen test results are required until an individual is fully vaccinated (14 days after receiving their second vaccine dose). Tests are available at a supplier or contractor’s own cost at local pharmacies if required.

For more information about Brock’s COVID-19 Vaccine Policy and a list of frequently asked questions, please visit

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