General Admission

Brock’s admission requirements are divided into different student categories:

  • High school
  • Transfer
  • Mature

Read more about Brock’s admission requirements.

Alternative Admission 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.

Start with Strategies Program

The annual Start with Strategies program 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.

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Mature Students

If you have not 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.

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