The Student-Alumni Centre, built in 1990 and designed by Moriyama & Teshima Architects, is home to Isaac’s, one of the largest student pubs in Canada, as well as numerous places to eat. On the second floor, there’s a Starbucks and the Skybar Lounge. It’s also home to the Brock University Students’ Union (BUSU), the Brock Press, Brock’s student newspaper, and a Travel Cuts. The main floor is home to Union Station, featuring Booster Juice, RC’s Club House sub shop, Brock’s Fortune Cookie, Flavours and Ah-So-Sushi.
BUSU manages several student services, including the U-Pass transit bus pass, dental and health services, Brock Off-Campus, student clubs, locker rental, grad photos, faxing and photocopying services, Foot Patrol, and retail shops, including the General Brock Store and SUBcetera South, etc.
Fast fact: The development of the centre was initiated by Brock University students, who, in a 1988 referendum, agreed to place a $10-surcharge on each of their courses to fund the centre’s construction. In addition, Brock’s Alumni Association contributed $200,000 to the centre, which now bears its name.
- Brock University Alumni Association
- Brock University Students’ Union (BUSU)
- Isaac’s Bar and Grill
- Skybar Lounge
- The Brock Press
- Union Station
- BUSU Facebook page
- BUSU on Twitter
- BUSU Clubs Facebook page
- BUSU Clubs on Twitter
- Brock Off-Campus Facebook page
- Brock Off-Campus on Twitter
- BrockTV Facebook page
- BrockTV on Twitter
- Isaac’s Bar & Grill Facebook page
- Isaac’s Bar and Grill on Twitter
- Isaac’s Army Facebook page
- Isaac’s Army on Twitter
- The Brock Press on Twitter