Join the incoming class of 2021-2022 and celebrate the new year and your journey at Brock by participating in Welcome Weeks! In 2021, traditional ‘Welcome Week’ programming will be extended throughout the month of September to provide new students with extended opportunities to get involved with orientation activities, transition experiences, and fun events and programming.
Countdown to the start of Welcome Weeks
Welcome Week events
1:30 PM – 2:00 PM
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
8:00 PM – 9:00 PM
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
8:15 PM – 9:15 PM
9:30 PM – 10:30 PM
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
GET EVENT READY!
Get event-ready and download your Brock event pass today! Use one pass to check-in to a variety of in-person events happening during Welcome Weeks and throughout the year.
WHY ATTEND WELCOME WEEKS?
Meet new people and
Welcome Week is a series of activities, events, and programs designed to orient you to Brock and university life as well as make you feel welcome and excited to begin your Brock experience. In 2021, the traditional ‘Welcome Week’ programming will be extended throughout the month of September.
Yes, classes start on September 8, 2021.
Yes! All events are posted on ExperienceBU. You will need to log in to ExperienceBU in order to register/RSVP for any events taking place. Where applicable, additional details will be provided in the event description. Please note that event organizers will connect with you through your student email with additional event details/links to access.
Don’t forget to download your event pass from ExperienceBU to check in to applicable events during Welcome Weeks.
Every Brock Badger is assigned an event pass through ExperienceBU. Download your Brock event pass once and use it to check-in to participating events during your entire time at Brock!
Watch the below tutorial video and download your event pass today:
Welcome Weeks and other orientation programming is open to ALL Brock students – whether you are part-time or full-time, graduate or undergraduate, new or a returning student, or you are a transfer student, exchange student, a mature student, or an international student!
Some faculties and departments might host events or programs specific to some students – for example, Brock International Services will host an international student orientation. Details about specific events and programs will be listed soon!
Most events are free! There may be a few events with a cost associated, which will be stated in the event list.
We are aiming to make this one of the best times of your Brock experience and so we want to ensure everyone is treated with respect, dignity, and is safe at all times. We ask that throughout all orientation programming and beyond you adhere to the rights and responsibilities afforded under the Student Code of Conduct. For virtual experiences, please remember that conduct online during Brock events can lead to issues that will be addressed should they cause harm to others, the University, or the community at large.
Beyond the basic principles within the Code, Welcome Weeks provide fun events where people of different races, religions, cultures, belief systems, sexual orientations and walks of life come together as the Brock Community. With this said, we ask that you be mindful of certain sensitivities and appropriateness of what you wear and how you address others in the virtual environment and when meeting others in person.