Brock preparing for a full return to campus in September 

As Brock looks to the 2022 Fall Term, the University is preparing for a full return to campus.

On-campus operations are expected to return to pre-pandemic levels and all activities placed on hold due to public health measures will resume as planned. At this time, the expectation is that almost all classes will be taught on campus.

Residences will continue to be fully operational, planning for a robust residence life program. Applications are now open for students who want to live on-campus. Full-time undergraduate students are guaranteed a bed in residence as long as they apply by June 1. Residence tours are being offered throughout May through the campus visitors program. Those interested can book a tour on the Discover Brock web pages.

Brock’s vaccine and mask requirements currently in place will remain for the Spring/Summer Term. Given the rapidly evolving public health situation, it remains to be determined whether these requirements will remain in place for the Fall Term. Further information will be provided as September approaches.

Brock will continue to take all steps required by provincial and local public health authorities to ensure the safety of those on its campuses.

Given that conditions can change quickly and with little notice, all members of the Brock community are encouraged to prepare should public health requirements persist by keeping up to date on their vaccines, including any booster doses, and by continuing to upload proof of vaccination to the portal.

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