Resources

At Brock we’re committed and focused on creating an engaging environment for students to succeed and thrive.

X5774 | ST 400

  • Provides free academic support to help students achieve their potential in university and beyond.
  • Mature students, Transfer students, Aboriginal students or First Generation students, have access to social and professional support programs.

X5883 | DECEW 213

  • Offers assistance with aboriginal and spiritual issues.
  • Elder-in-Residence is available.

X4262

  • Provides supportive and informative services so students can understand university rules, program requirements, program options and campus services.
  • Walk-in Advising – Mackenzie Chown A316/318/320 (maximum of 10 minutes)
  • Online appointment booking available

X3568 | STUDENT-ALUMNI CENTRE, 2ND FLOOR

  • Provides a variety of programs, opportunities and services while creating an atmosphere and culture of acceptance, inclusion and tolerance.

X4300/3200 | KENMORE CENTRE

  • Emergency Response
  • Consultation on issues of safety
  • Protection of people and property in the Brock community

X4325 | LEARNING COMMONS ST 119

  • Provides a variety of information and resources to support students with job planning and career search goals.

X3134 | DECEW 216/217

  • Opportunities for spiritual counselling, friendships, education and personal growth.

x4094 | Mackenzie Chown C302

  • Official representatives of Brock’s graduate students.
  • Offers support and services including seasonal bus pass and extended health and dental services.

x5657 | DeCew 221

  • Consultation and support on issues related to sexual assault, harassment, physical or emotional abuse, domestic violence, stalking and discrimination.
  • Respectful Work and Learning Environment Policy.

x3163 | International Building, Room 210

  • Resource for initial contact for International students.
  • Assists students in connecting with appropriate campus services.

x3721 | Main Lobby Alan Earp Residence

  • Offers year round housing information to students, landlords and residents of the Niagara Region.

ST 301

  • Provides a wide variety of services to ensure academic success.
  • Services include course registration, grade reporting, exam information, transcripts, important information on dates within the academic year and course add/withdrawal information.

x3240/4750 | ST 400

  • Counselling available for personal, psychological and mental health concerns.

Walker Complex

  • Provides a wide variety of services including intramural sports, work-out facilities and group classes.
  • Supports positive physical health in students.
  • Provides a wide variety of residence services as well as information on applying to live in residence, how to apply to be a don and events in residence.

 x3240 | ST 400

  • Provides services and supports to students with a documented disability.
  • Develops an equitable and accessible environment so students with disabilities are fully included in the university experience.

x4600 | ST 12th Floor

  • Provides comprehensive financial and administrative support.

x3243 | Harrison Hall 

  • Medical care for illness and injuries.
  • Offers support and direction for mental health concerns.

x6321 | Mackenzie Chown A204

  • Offers programs and services that support service-learning, civic engagement, volunteerism and leadership development.

x4195 | Student Centre  2nd Floor

  • Designated neutral party who provides confidential and informal assistance to students in resolving university related concerns.

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HealthyMinds is a problem-solving took to help deal with emotions and cope with stresses you may encounter both on and off campus. The goal is keeping your mind healthy