UPDATE April 3, 2023: We had a very successful Open House at the University and at the School. It was such an excellent opportunity to meet our prospective students and to speak in detail about our programs and your opportunities to learn with us.
For those of you still hoping to apply, please be aware of these deadlines, copied from this page of the academic calendar:
Application for admission should be made as early as possible. Application forms must be received by June 1 for most full-time programs and August 1 for part-time studies to ensure consideration for September registration. International applicants intending to study on a Study Permit should apply no later than April 1. Students applying after this date, who are subsequently admitted, may be required to register late and pay the late registration fee.
Please see this page for more information about application processes, to learn about which programs are still receiving applications, and to submit an application directly to Brock University: https://brocku.ca/admissions/apply/
The Centre for Studies in Arts and Culture is still receiving applications for f/t and p/t studies.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Plan to visit the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts and Brock University for this year’s Open House on April 2, 2023.
David Vivian, Director of the Centre and a professor in the Department of Dramatic Arts will be situated at the MIWSFPA from 11:00 to 4:00 pm, along with the Chairs and other representatives of all the programs at the MIWSFPA, the backbone of the Studies in Arts and Culture program. Because courses in Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, Centre for Digital Humanities, English, History, and Canadian Studies, are also an important part of the STAC program, we suggest you also visit those units situated on main campus.
For all information about Open house visit https://discover.brocku.ca/
Here is a schedule of our events for Open House:
11:15-12:45- Humanities Presentation: The First-Year Experience
South Block 202
Meet the Dean and Associate Deans for the Faculty of Humanities, and then get a glimpse of a first-year lecture (“Learn How to Read—Again, for the First Time”), have an introduction to MIWSFPA program structures, and engage in a Q&A with the Associate Deans about joining the Humanities communities at Brock.
1:00- Experience Humanities Walking Tour *This is recommended for STAC applicants, unless you require the shuttle to the MIWSFPA location.
Meet outside of South Block 202
Visit each department in the Faculty of Humanities on our main campus. There will be drop offs at Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, Centre for Digital Humanities, English, History, Philosophy, Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Canadian Studies, and Classics. Learn more about student spaces, faculty office hours, and how to get involved in special Humanities events.
Experience MIWSFPA Facilities Tour
1:00 Shuttle to MIWSFPA
Meet outside of South Block 202
1:30-2:30- MIWSFPA Program specific tours (one each for Music, Dramatic Arts, Visual Arts)
Tour the classrooms, studios and rehearsal spaces that you will be learning in during your time at MIWSFPA. Your program Chair or Director will be available for any questions you may have, as well as current students at MIWSFPA.
2:45- Shuttle returns to main campus
3:00-4:00- Tour of MIWSFPA *This is recommended for STAC applicants.
Tours for those who wish to see the MIWSFPA in its entirety. Parking on site.
If you are visiting St. Catharines, see this recent article from blogTO about things to do while you are here.
See you on April 02!