Second Degree Application Steps
Applicants who are currently completing a degree are not eligible to a second degree until they provide proof in the form of a letter from the sending institutions Registrar’s Office that degree requirements have been met and application has been made to graduate; or an official transcript has been received indicating degree requirements have been met and/or a degree has been conferred.
Second Degree Applicants
- Current Brock Students or Brock Alumni
- Other Canadian Part-time Applicants
- Other Canadian Full-time Applicants
- International and US Applicant Second Degree
- Process for applying
Current Brock Students or Brock Alumni:
Apply here: Full-time and Part-time Application
Apply here: Undergraduate Part-time Application
Please Note:Part-time application available to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only.
Other Canadian Full-time Applicants:
Apply here: 105D application at www.ouac.on.ca
International and U.S. Applicants Second Degree:
Apply here: 105F application at www.ouac.on.ca
Process for Applying
Current Brock students or graduates applying for a second degree contact email@example.com for clarification. All other non-Brock students please refer to the steps below:
- Submit appropriate application (see above).
- Brock will send an acknowledgement email outlining required documents necessary for assessment and instructions for signing into your personal portal at my.brocku.ca
- Sign into your personal portal at my.brocku.ca
- Forward all supporting documentation including an official* academic transcript or letter directly to the Office of the Registrar – Admissions.
- Check your portal at my.brocku.ca on a regular basis to see if documents have arrived and/or if a decision has been made.
- Accept your offer using the instructions in your offer letter.
- Register in your classes as soon as registration allows you to do so.
*Official academic transcripts must be sent directly from academic institutions or testing bodies (they can never be in your possession or they are not considered official!).