Interest-Based Living Learning Communities
The Arts House LLC is open to students in all faculties who have a passion for the arts (music, visual arts, film, drama, etc.) and wish to live in a community with like-minded people. These students will have the opportunity to network with other artists, showcase their skills, and learn about opportunities in our local community. The Niagara region is continuing to develop as a cultural hub with the development of the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts and we encourage you to come and leave your creative stamp.
Residence Style: Traditional
Fitness Fans and Healthy Plans
This LLC offers students from all faculties the opportunity to meet some fitness partners as well as motivators for healthy eating. Motivation will be the key to success in this LLC as the best way to stay healthy is to stay active. With the support of Student Health Services and Recreation services, students will be on the right track to healthy living. Setting and maintaining healthy living goals will truly lead to a feeling of accomplishment and the end of the year.
Residence Style: Non-Traditional (Townhouse)
Volunteerism and Leadership
This LLC is open to students in all faculties who are interested in developing their leadership skills and also getting out into our local community to participate in a variety of volunteer opportunities. This will help ease the transition to the St. Catharines area, help students connect to the local community and develop strong skills to use throughout your time at Brock and beyond!
Residence Style: Traditional
Brock Outdoor Recreation and Environmental Action Living Learning Community (BOREAL)
The Brock Outdoor Recreation and Environmental Action Living Learning Community (BOREAL Learning Community) allows students to live with others who share a passion for outdoor adventure, outdoor recreation and care about environmental issues and sustainable living. The BOREAL Learning Community is focused on providing students the opportunity to engage in active, healthy outdoor recreation activities that promote environmental awareness. Participants will have the chance to take part in trips and workshops, discuss various aspects of outdoor recreation and sustainable living with faculty and staff, develop outdoor leadership and technical skills, improve critical thinking and decision making abilities, and live with other students who share similar interests and values. The BOREAL Learning Community is open to students in any program of study at Brock and no previous experience in the outdoors is required. Students are highly encouraged to sign up for a Brock BaseCamp outdoor orientation trip (visit www.brocku.ca/BaseCamp for more information) and consider taking RECL 2P56 – Outdoor Leadership for Non-Majors.
Residence Style: Non-traditional (Townhouse)