Student Resources

Brock International Services

The role of Brock International Services is to equip both International and Canadian students with the tools and skills to succeed in a rapidly changing, highly diverse and competitive education structure and global economy.  

Brock Campus Security Services

Campus Security

Brock University Campus Security Services is comprised of sworn Peace Officers who work in close partnership with the Niagara Regional Police Service. Our peace officers are appointed by the Regional Municipality of Niagara Police Services Board. 

Career Services

Specializing in building connections between students and employers; campus and industry; education and work. The Career Education team helps students navigate career opportunities and develop career goals while supporting employers with their campus hiring strategies and building a pipeline of talent for their organizations.

Faith and Life Centre

The Faith and Life Centre provides both religious and secular opportunities for friendships, education, counseling, critical thinking about religion, and personal growth. 

Student Accessibility Services

Their priorities are to support and foster independence in students with accessibility needs; advocate for accessibility for students; and provide resources and education opportunities for staff and faculty to ensure a welcoming environment in compliance with Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) guidelines and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). 

Student Success Centre

Providing services and resources to meet a variety of student needs. Services include Academic Advisors to help students develop their academic plans, clarify academic policies and procedures, A-Z Learning Services to help students with academic and life skills development, and Aboriginal Student Services providing academic supports and resources in a culturally sensitive manner, as well as cultural workshops and social events. 

Social Insurance Number

Are you an international student considering working while studying in Canada? Other than immigration document requirements, you must have Social Insurance Number (SIN) before you start working.

Tax Information for International Students

If you are in Canada as an international student, it is important that you understand what your rights, entitlements, and obligations are under Canada’s tax system. It is your responsibility to determine your income tax status, and make sure to pay your required amount of taxes for each year according to the law.