Second Degree Application Steps

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:

Apply here: Full-time and Part-time Application

This application is for current Brock students or Brock graduates only. Brock applicants are not required to submit transcripts.
 
Other Canadian Part-time Applicants:

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 admissions@brocku.ca for clarification. All other non-Brock students please refer to the steps below:

  1. Submit appropriate application (see above).
  2. Brock will send an acknowledgement email outlining required documents necessary for assessment and instructions for signing into your personal portal at my.brocku.ca
  3. Sign into your personal portal at my.brocku.ca
  4. Forward all supporting documentation including an official* academic transcript or letter directly to the Office of the Registrar – Admissions.
  5. 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.
  6. Accept your offer using the instructions in your offer letter.
  7. 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!).

Brock students on the computer.