Brock delivers programs and services to faculty, staff, students and the community.
Goodman Group brings together the expertise and experience of the Goodman School of Business at Brock University. Delivering services and programming for the Brock and Niagara community, Goodman Group provides direct access to a full range of learning and development services offered by the faculty, staff and students.
Brock Innovation manages research and innovation relationships between members of the University and the commercial world.
The Educational Research and Innovation Hub is supporting educational technology companies that seek to develop innovative educational tools and resources that support 21st century teaching and learning.
Explore Brock’s leading-edge research and learn how you can work with our researchers too.
CCOVI, Brock’s internationally renowned grape and wine institute, offers innovative programs and services across the entire grape and wine value chain.
Catering & rentals
Brock’s Conference Services provides accommodation and food services for small or large conference groups to a maximum of 2,000 guests.
Facilities available for booking include: pool space, Walker Complex gymnasia, studios, fields, and rowing centre. Requests are reviewed and granted based on availability and suitability to Brock University.
Children & Youth
A variety of camps and programs offered at Brock University for children and youth.
The Rosalind Blauer Centre for Child Care provides a safe, stimulating, learning environment for children of Brock University students, staff/faculty and community members, in a licensed, non-profit child care centre.
The Brock Learning Lab provides tutoring services in literacy and math.
The Instructional Resource Centre (IRC) provides specialized instructional resources and services to support Faculty of Education Programs. Clients from the University community and local educators are welcome to use the centre’s resources.
A program that partners volunteer music students with organizations to help those organizations with their musical activities or programs.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Science does outreach to schools and the community in order to collectively promote science awareness, appreciation and proficiency.
Health & wellbeing
The Brock-Niagara Centre offers the following programs: Heart Strong, Power Cord, SeniorFit, and Brock T.E.A.M. Programs cater to various groups including seniors, individuals with cardiovascular disease, and wheelchair bound individuals.
Recreation Services offers comprehensive programs that support lifelong learning and an active and healthy lifestyle.
More than a Bookstore! As the retailer on campus at Brock University, the Campus Store is committed to leveraging the purchasing power of Brock to ensure we are providing affordable options for our students.
General Brock Store is the only student owned and operated convenience store on campus. There is a Booster Juice franchise within the store as well as Megabus and Greyhound bus ticket sales kiosk. Not only are we committed to offering Fair Trade coffee and tea, we also offer affordable student prices on grab and go foods, snacks, beverages and everyday items.
Other community services & resources
Discover Brock on a live guided virtual campus tour! You will visit many areas of interest along the way such as classrooms, residences, recreational areas, student meeting spaces, and much more. All tours are led by current Brock students, and tours of both our main campus and the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts are available.
From traditional favourites to exotic global cuisines, Brock Dining Services offers quality dining and catering across campus using fresh and local ingredients. The quality, variety, convenience and flexibility of Brock Dining Services offer a wide variety of food options at six unique dining locations on campus. With homemade soups, salad bars, deli bars and custom-made stir-fries, there are many healthy options.
Brock alumni, retirees, and the community are welcome to use our resources and services. Named after the University’s founding president, the James A. Gibson Library proudly offers rich digital and print collections.
The Off-Campus Living and Neighbourhood Relations office offers resources for landlords and residents.