A residence meal plan is mandatory for all students living in residence (not including Brock Suites). Learn more.
Residence fees for 2021-22*
*Please note that these are proposed fees and are subject to change until approved. The default meal plan is displayed (7- Day Plan). Meal plans displayed as are the default plan for the particular accommodation style. For a full list of meal plan options click here
|Residence Style||Room fees||Room fees||Default Meal plans*||Total|
|Traditional||DeCew double||$7,870||$5,250 (7-day All-Access)||$13,120|
|DeCew single||$8,670||$5,250 (7-day All-Access)||$13,920|
|Semi-Suite||Earp single||$9,170||$5,250 (7-day All-Access)||$14,420|
|Lowenberger double||$8,370||$5,250 (7-day All-Access)||$13,620|
|Lowenberger single||$9,170||$5,250 (7-day All-Access)||$14,420|
|Vallee single||$9,170||$5,250 (7-day All-Access)||$14,420|
|Residence 8 single||$9,170||$5,250 (7-day All-Access)||$14,420|
|Townhouse||Quarry View single||$9,250||$4900 (5-day All-Access)||$14,150|
|Village double||$7,790||$4,900 (5-day All-Access)||$12,690|
|Village single||$9,170||$4,900 (5-day All-Access)||$14,070|
Residence room fees include furnishings, utilities and wireless network connections.
Students are required to have their own contents insurance, if you do not have insurance you will be automatically signed up for a plan at your expense. Learn more.
Meal Plan Information
For 2021-22, a residence meal plan is mandatory for all students living in residence (not including Brock Suites). 7-Day All-Access dining is applicable for all residences with the exception of townhouse-style residence where the 5-Day All-Access dining is the minimum plan and is valid Monday to Friday. This plan can be upgraded to 7-Day All-Access if desired. Learn more about meal plans.
New students moving into residence at the beginning of Winter term (move in day is after 12pm (noon) on Sunday, January 3, 2021) will be charged 50% of the fees listed above.
Frequently Asked Questions
You must pay a $600-application fee to complete your residence application. We will begin accepting payments on April 5, 2021. Please do not attempt to pay before this.
Methods of payment:
Please note that Brock University does not accept payment via credit card nor by cash.
CHEQUE (CAN TAKE UP TO 10 BUSINESS DAYS FOR RECEIPT BY BROCK)
- Must be made payable to Brock University. Please ensure your seven-digit student number is on the cheque.
- Can be dropped off at Brock Central. They are open as listed here or cheques can be left in the secure drop box when available. ***DUE TO COVID-19 THIS OPTION IS CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE. Online banking is the most efficient method of payment.***
- Can be mailed directly to Brock. Please address the envelope as follows: Brock Central, 3rd floor Schmon Tower, 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way, St. Catharines, ON L2S 3A1. *** DUE TO COVID-19 THIS METHOD IS VERY SLOW. Online banking is the most efficient method of payment.***
AT A CANADIAN BANK (CAN TAKE UP TO FIVE BUSINESS DAYS FOR RECEIPT BY BROCK)
- Indicate to the teller that you wish to make a $600-payment to Brock University.
- The account number is your seven-digit student ID number. If your bank requires a longer account number, please add zeros in front of the student ID number until you reach the minimum length needed.
ONLINE BANKING (CAN TAKE UP TO THREE BUSINESS DAYS FOR RECEIPT BY BROCK)
- Add “Brock University Tuition and Residence” as a payee to your banking software
- The account number is your seven-digit student ID number, if your bank requires a longer account number, please add zeros in front of the student ID number until you reach the minimum length needed.
- Make the payment as you would with any other bill through online banking.
For international students, please see payment options through Western Union Global Pay that we recommend.
The deadline for receipt of the $600-application fee is Monday, June 1, 2021.
We will process all applications as soon as we receive the application fee payment but we will give priority in the assigning process to those who meet our deadline. We strongly recommend that you keep a copy of confirmation of your payment, for example, save a copy of the confirmation screen if you are paying by online banking, or keep the deposit slip if you pay at your bank.
Students must pay a $600-application fee when they apply in order for their application to be processed. If the student lives in residence for that year, the $600 will be taken off their final residence fee payment. The next payment is the first instalment, which is due July 31. The remaining residence fees will be due in September with tuition fees.
Because online banking and wire transfers often take a few business days to be received, your best option would be to bring a cheque to campus. ***DUE TO COVID-19 BRINGING A CHEQUE TO CAMPUS IS CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE.***
The first installment fee is for residence and your meal plan. The meal plan is mandatory for all residences and has automatically been added to the first installment amount.
No, OSAP will not be in your account until September. That’s why we have a reduced first installment. OSAP rarely covers 100 percent of your university fees so you have to make this payment on your own.
Students who do not make a first instalment payment will be subject to interest charges and may have their residence room offer revoked.
Yes, you can. You can check your financial history by going to the Applicant and Student Self Serve tab on the Brock Portal. When your payment is received, you will see the credit, which will show as ($600) on your student account. Please note: university charges to your account will appear as debits.
No, Brock does not accept payment by credit card.
If you have a confirmed OSAP assessment for more than $12,000 then you qualify for the $2,000-reduced first instalment. Your finance history and fee calculator will not be updated to reflect this amount if the assessment comes in after we have loaded the first assessment charges. We will work with Student Awards and Financial Aid as well as the Finance office to ensure qualified students are not charged interest for paying the reduced amount.
Absolutely. Any credits on your student account, including entrance scholarships and awards, can be put toward your first instalment payment.