How to apply to Brock University | Ultimate University Guide
Arry Pandher - April 7th, 2022
Written by Shem Albert Semblante and Arry Pandher
If your question is “How to apply to Brock University?”, we’ve got answers!
Application is easy breezy especially if you have prepared the admission requirements! If you feel you are missing some Brock admission documents, please check out our How to Get into Brock University blog. (**It never hurts to double-check! 😄) In this blog, we will discuss Brock’s application process, guidelines, and tuition!
- Explore Brock’s programs Each program has varying requirements, so it’s equally important to identify what program you’re going to study! The best thing about Brock is it offers various, interesting programs, so you know you will have a place to shine and excel! Check the programs here!
- Review your Admission Requirements The requirements vary as well! It will depend on your status (e.g., whether you’re an Ontario HS student, an international student, etc.), so make sure to review them! You can do so by checking our blog or **Brock’s website.**
- Complete your Application You can apply either through OUAC or on Brock’s website.
- Track your application It’s important to check your application status every now and then! You can track your application on your my.brocku.ca student portal, and based on your application, Brock will let you if they will require further documents. Activate your my.brock.ca student portal here!
- Accept your offer Before you start packing your bags and making your way to Niagara, you’ll need to formally accept your offer to Brock University! If you applied to Brock through the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC), that is also where you will accept your offer. If you did not apply through OUAC, you will need to accept your offer through your my.brocku.ca student portal.
If you’re applying using the OUAC 101 form, the base application fee is $150.
If you’re applying using the OUAC 105 form, the base application fee is $156
If you’re a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is applying using the Brock application, the fee is $130.
All undergraduate students with a credit load of 4.0 or more credits in the fall/winter terms pay a flat fee. The assessment system will calculate per term fees based on the flat fee rate as well as per term credit weight. This is in accordance with the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities guidelines.
The average tuition fee amounts to more or less $7,000. This does not include ancillary fees, like insurance, transit pass, and dental plan.
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