In this section you will find information about Brock’s admission requirements, policies and supports that are available to you.
Brock’s admission requirements are divided into different student categories: High school, transfer and mature students.
Select the category that describes you best, then review the category-specific admission requirements and policies.
Alternative Admissions and Transition Programs
Students Making A Realistic Transition (SMART) is Brock’s academic orientation program for all incoming first-year students. The SMART website provides a step-by-step guide on becoming a Brock student and features short videos for pre-orientation.
The annual STRATEGIES Conference is a 4-day transition program designed to introduce students with learning disabilities to university life. Students are invited to stay overnight in residence; eat meals in the residence cafeteria; stay in private dorm rooms; become familiar with various lecture halls, seminar rooms and teaching styles; and get to know their way around campus.
Mindful Transitions Program
Mindful Transitions is a program designed for incoming first-year students with a diagnosed and documented disability. The program includes workshops and information to ease your transition to university life.
If you haven’t attended a high school or college, full time, for at least 2 years, you might be considered a mature student.
View Brock’s mature student policy for information about how you can transition to university.
If you are interested in transferring to Brock from another university or college, visit Brock’s website for more information about its transfer policies and supports.
You can also find out if you’re eligible for course transfers through the Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer, an organization that provides information about credit transfers in Ontario.