Scavenger hunt to connect students with on-campus resources

An upcoming trick-or-treat mission will see students collect not only candy, but also valuable information about Brock’s on-campus services.

Held from Monday, Oct. 31 to Wednesday, Nov. 2, the BU4U Trick or Treat Scavenger Hunt invites students to visit and learn about 17 student-serving departments on campus — all while collecting a few sweets treats along the way.

Participants will begin at the Student Life Involvement Commons (MCA 204), where they will be given a map of participating departments and an activity sheet with a list of questions about student services. They will then visit the various service areas to meet with staff who are ready to answer provided questions and share candy.

Co-curricular Engagement Co-ordinator Christine Richard said the scavenger hunt will allow students to access valuable resources that support students in their academics, wellness, safety and student finances as they explore the campus.

“This is a great initiative for students to connect with resources available to help them be successful during their Brock experience,” she said. “We hope students will take advantage of this informative scavenger hunt that will not only provide them with knowledge of their campus support system, but also some fun with the trick-or-treating element while visiting parts of Brock they may not have visited before.”

Completed scavenger hunt activity sheets must be returned to MCA 204 by end of day, Wednesday, Nov. 2 to be eligible to win the grand prize: a $100 Campus Store gift card and a bag of Brock swag.

More information about the BU4U Scavenger Hunt can be found on the event’s ExperienceBU page.

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