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|Active Minds||[email protected]|
|Ahmadiyya Muslim Students’ Association||[email protected]|
|All the King’s Men Theatre Company||[email protected]|
|Brock Anime||[email protected]|
|Brock University Archaeological Society||[email protected]|
|Architecture Club||[email protected]|
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|Brock Baking Club||[email protected]busu.ca|
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|Brock University Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School Chapter||[email protected]|
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|Sir Isaac’s Knights Chess Club||[email protected]|
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|Math and Science Council||[email protected]|
|Mercy Ships Club||[email protected]|
|Mock Trial & Pre-Law Association||[email protected]|
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|Muslim Students’ Association||[email protected]|
|National Model United Nations||[email protected]|
|Brock Niagara Rotaract||[email protected]|
|Non-Anglophone Movie Society||[email protected]|
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|BU Nursing Student Alliance||[email protected]|
|Pentecost Students and Associates||[email protected]|
|Political Science Students’ Association||[email protected]|
|Power to Change||[email protected]|
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|Philosophy Club||[email protected]|
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|Students Offering Support||[email protected]|
|Brock Tamil Students’ Association||[email protected]|
|To Write Love on Her Arms||[email protected]|
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Active MindsContact: [email protected]
Active Minds at Brock University aims to raise mental health and suicide awareness. We aim to stomp out stigma and educate students, faculty, and staff, creating a Brock community that is informed about mental health and knows available resources to get help should they require it.
Aftershock MinistriesContact: [email protected]
The name "Aftershock Ministries" comes from the verse from the Holy Bible is Acts 4:31 that reads "And when they had prayed, the place where they where assembled together was shaken; they were all filled with the Holy Spirit, and they spoke the Word of God with Boldness" Our mission is to get to know God, reach out to the community, make new friends, and reveal truth using God's word which is the Holy Bible.
American Sign Language CkubContact: [email protected]
The ASL club promotes the awareness of deaf culture in our immediate community. We learn about different types of discourse in ASL and learn introductory ASL sentence structure and vocabulary.
Brock's AnatomyContact: [email protected]
This anatomy oriented club was designed to teach students using human cadaver models in the lab setting, adjunct with the McMaster Medical School on campus. Some other events include panel discussions with members either in or going into the medical field, as well as creative workshops to enhance your learning! If you are interested in the health care domain, or want to gain more knowledge, regardless of your program or age, please email us!
AnimeContact: [email protected]
The Brock Anime Club is available for all members of the community. We aim to create a fun and entertaining environment for all who enjoy anime, manga, costumes and cosplaying; or have a general interest in Japanese Culture.
Angels Without BoundariesContact: [email protected]
Non-profit charity organization that seeks to spread education across the globe and show how important further education is and everyone had the right to education.
Apostolics on CampusContact:
Apostolic in nature and Pentecostal in experience, we seek to bring the Word of God to Brock for people wanting to grow in relationship with Jesus Christ. Traveling back to our theological origins, we seek to teach the initial apostolic doctrine, as well as emphasizing the Oneness of God.
Art CollectiveContact: [email protected]
The Brock Art Collective helps and encourages students to create, talk about and exhibit art work through the Brock and outside community
Archaeological SocietyContact: [email protected]
We are dedicated to strengthening the classics community at Brock and outside of it.
Athletes in ActionContact: [email protected]
A community of Christians who are brought together by the common interest of sport, to encourage and challenge each other to have a close relationship with God, glorify Him with their sport and be an ambassador for Christ causing spiritual multiplication in the lives of others
Bangladesh Student's AssociationContact: [email protected]
BSA aims to promote Bangladesh culture through various cultural and charity events as well as social events to unite every Bangladeshi Brock Students thousand miles away from home. Brock BSA will also promote multiculturalism at Brock University as well as get familiar with different cultural celebrations.
Best Buddies BrockContact: [email protected]
A club that pairs Brock Students with adults in the St. Catharines community with disabilities. Members have the choice of being an associate buddy or a peer buddy
Brock BECE Student AssociationContact: [email protected]
Initiated by the Bachelor of Early Childhood Education Student's (BECE), we advocate for the awareness of the ECE profession. Giving the BECE program a voice in the Brock community.
BeyondBodeContact: [email protected]
Our club promotes health & wellness around Brock University. We offer fitness classes through recreation services every week at a great discount for Student
Big Question ClubContact: [email protected]
Big questions is a club devoted to discussing difficult concepts for a better understanding on so called "big questions" regarding issues on society, philosophy, religion, politics, science etc. We foster on inquisitive and intellectual atmosphere at Brock that bridges the gap between class learning and life experience.
Brock Biological SocietyContact: [email protected]
The purpose of the Biological Society is to support students in biology and related fields. Throughout the year we provide opportunities for students to engage in academic enrichment and develop relationships with their peers.
Blockchain GroupContact: [email protected]
The Brock Blockchain Group unifes Blockchain and Cryptocurrency enthusiasts at Brock University. We are here to help teach the Brock Community about Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies and the tech behind it all.
Canadian Coalition of Global Health ResearchContact: [email protected]
An academic club with the goal to help create dialogue across faculties, researchers and students, to promote global health research, and provide opportunities for mentorship and networking events
Brock Canadian Nursing Students AssociationContact: [email protected]a.ca
Brock CNSA is the primary resource for legal, emical, professional, educational, and social aspects for Brock nursing students. This club is an opportunity for Brock nursing students to influence and advance innovation and social justice in the nursing curriculum and the nursing profession. This club strengthens images and creates new partnerships between Brock nursing students, to local, provincial, and national nursing students and health organizations. Our goal is to send as many Brock nursing students as possible to the CNSA regional and national conferences to furthers strengthen these linkages.
Canadian Obesity NetworkContact: [email protected]
The network seeks to reduce the burden of obesity on Canadians by linking obesity researchers with health professionals, policy makers, and other stakeholders to provide a suitable environment for knowledge transition. The student network was established in 2006 and involves student chapters all across Canada
Canadian Student Network for Sustainable Development GoalsContact: [email protected]
Brock CSN-SDGs is an academic club/student chapter, serving to implement, advocate and educate the student body and surrounding community of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Brock Campus ConservativesContact: [email protected]
The Brock Campus Conservatives is a conservative club, we promote conservative values and policies, and organize for the Conservative party of Canada and Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario candidates.
Cam's Kids FoundationContact: [email protected]
Cam's Kids Foundation is focused on providing support to young people struggling with anxiety, helping them to cope effectively in order to reach heir full potential and realize their dreams
Brock Catholic Students' AssociationContact: [email protected]
The Brock Catholic Students' Association is for students who want to socialize in a Catholic environment and who are interested in everything spiritual at Brock
Champions of ChangeContact: [email protected]
Champions of Change clubs promote gender equality and challenge harmful social norms through peer-to-peer mobilization. We will champion girls' rights and gender equality by raising awareness, advocating and fundraising for plan international's Because I am a Girl movement
Brock University Chess ClubContact: [email protected]
A club for the casual or tournament chess player. We hope to develop and promote chess culture at Brock in order to inspire and help players of all levels to reach their potential.
Brock University Chinese Students' and Scholars AssociationContact: [email protected]
BUCSSA is mostly responsible for helping away from-home Chinese in their life, study and other isue. BUCSSA also serves as bridge between the Chinese and other communities, promoting Chinese Culture. Main activities= Mid-Autumn Festival, Sport Night, Orientation for new arrivals and seasonal activities
Brock Christian FellowshipContact: [email protected]
We are a group dedicated to growing in community and in our relationship with God. Through conversations, outreach, worship, bible studies, and prayer we grow deeper in our passion for Jesus and find out more about our faith
CHYS AssociationContact: [email protected]
The CHYS Association combines student ambassadors, faculty, and community partners to collaborate in various events and projects. As representatives of the department of Child and Youth Studies, its interdisciplinary approach to preparing students for professional and academic success provides opportunities for leadership, organization, and fundraising experiences.
Civil Liberties Union of BrockContact: [email protected]
We aim to promote awareness of civil liberties and rights on our campus. Many Brock students do not know their own rights in regard to labor, housing (renting), etc. and we want to help them learn. We also want to do a monthly analysis of governmental policies affecting students.
Concurrent Education Student AssociationContact: [email protected]
Keeping Brocku Student teacher candidates informed about events and programs while spreading some #ConEdLove!
Community Clean Up ClubContact: [email protected]
Community clean up is a student-run initiative to give back to the community by cleaning up the local environment in order to provide an atmosphere that is both environmentally friendly and provides a healthier living space for student and residents of the community.
Crafting for a CureContact: [email protected]
Brock University chapter of Crafting for a Cure, a not-for-profit charity that looks for opportunities to ensure children are having a positive experience when a hospital visit necessary
Brock University Creative Writing ClubContact: [email protected]
We are a club for writers of all styles, genres, and experience levels.
Cubing ClubContact: [email protected]
This is a club for anyone of any skill level and has an interest in solving Rubik's Cubes. This club will provide its members with technique and equipment to learn about cubing.
Brock DanceContact: [email protected]
Providing all students with a variety of dance styles and levels (recreationally)
Destiny Group BrockContact: [email protected]
Destiny Group Brock seeks to help students grow in their faith in Jesus Christ and find their specific purposes in life. This is achieved through a series of bible studies, a welcome atmosphere to express themselves, opportunities to serve our Brock community, and academic and personal support. Our goal is to discover who Christ has called us to be, impact our community with his boundless love and inspire our generation to be excellent examples in every area of life.
East African Student AssociationContact: [email protected]
The point of BEASA as a club is to introduce the culture of East Africa to the Brock and St.Catharines region.It is a club that tries to create a space for people of all different walks of life to discuss issues that are currently happening in the world.
English Students' AssociationContact: [email protected]
Connecting English students to the department, community and helping students achieve both academic and social success during their time of Brock!
Brock eSportsContact: [email protected]
Brock eSports is a gaming community where students come to compete and engage in discussion of video games. Our goal is to create a team that will compete at a high level through inter-collegiate competition.
Faculty of Math and Science CouncilContact: [email protected]
We aim to represent and promote the Faculty of Math and Science through events and initiatives that will aid students academically, professionally, and socially.
Fantastic Culture ClubContact: [email protected]
The fantastic Culture Club is a student club with the aim of embracing and spreading fantastic Asian culture by hosting various events and activities. Besides, we strive to create a welcoming atmosphere for those who are interested in Asian culture including both Asian and non-Asian descent.
Brock French ClubContact: [email protected]
Brock University French Club is a club that wishes to promote the French language and culture outside of the classroom. It aims to help students strengthen their skills while participating in difference social and cultural events. The club also aims to build connections between Brock Students and of course to have fun in a French atmosphere!
Game Research & DevelopmentContact: [email protected]
This club aims to prepare students looking to join the gaming industry by having a business-like approach. It allows members to express their creativity and skill through discussion and experimentation.
Brock Geology ClubContact: [email protected]
The Brock Geology Club was founded in 1967 and is the oldest undergraduate club on campus. The club enjoys a diverse membership of students from all years and disciplines who participate in academic persuits and social activities designed to expand geological horizons and interaction between students and faculty.
Brock Univerisity Ghana AssociationContact: [email protected]
Brock University's Ghana Association is a club that is dedicated to celebrating Ghanaian culture through music, language, fashion, dance and more. We desire to educate others about Ghana and its rich culture and history, and invite Ghanaians and non-Ghanaians alike to join us!as well
GoLiveContact: [email protected]
Go Live is a live music club that aims to connect people through music. Our club offers weekly jam sessions, open mic nights, and various volunteer opportunities for members, living out Brock's motto "For Both Sides of the Brain"
Hamilton Teacher Candidates CouncilContact: [email protected]
The HTCC looks to bring about an inclusive community at the Hamilton campus for teacher candidates from all divisions. We wish to do this through various social events such as appetizer nights at local restaurants, activity nights such as bowling or skating, and complementary breakfast in the cafeteria. In addition to social gathering, the HTCC wishes to make a positive contribution to the local community via fundraising events; with donations to local community groups such as Food 4 Kids and other charitable foundations. Fundraising ideas include selling popcorn or gathering canned goods for donations.
Brock Health MagazineContact: [email protected]
Brock Health is a student run academic magazine based out of Brock University.Undergraduate students are encourage to submit articles on a topic related to health or a current breakthrough in the field. Topics cover all aspect of health, including spiritual, emotional, and physical health. All information in the articles comes from credible journal articles written by researchers in the field, and articles are edited for quality and accuracy by graduate students.
Health Science CouncilContact: [email protected]
Student run council that aims to build community within the health sciences department. We do this by having socials to help students meet new people and as well as academic events to help students excel in HLSC classes and figure out what they can do with their HLSC degree.
Hindu Student AssociationContact: [email protected]
Our primary goal is to further the interest and promote both the cultural and religious aspects of Hinduism and act as liaison between the students and the Hindu community.
Brock ImprovContact: [email protected]
Brock Improv Club is a wonderful venue for those who like to live in the moment! We offer causal, and competitive imrpv as well as workshops designed for those hoping to learn new skills or improve upon existing ones. Open to performers and spectators alike!
Institute for Healthcare ImprovementContact: [email protected]
Engage and moblize Brock students to learn about quality improvement and participate in meaningful improvement projects within the larger framework of the IHI open school
International Student AssociationContact: [email protected]
ISA will be primarily focused on helping new international students on campus. Our main objective is to successfully integrate new students in the Brock and Niagara community with such things as providing assistance in terms of off campus accommodation help, banking, automobile licensing, networking events, and much more.
Iranian Students AssociationContact: [email protected]
Our mandate is to create a warm and friendly atmosphere for anyone who is interested in Iranian (Persian) culture to get together and celebrate this rich culture.
Brock Italian ClubContact: [email protected]
Brock Italian Club brings together those who share the same interests in Italian culture and will share with other students in the University through events.
Jack.orgContact: [email protected]
Jack.org is a mental health advocacy club focusing on ending stigma and raising awareness. Jack.org believes in a youth centered approach where you are part of the solution to lead this change moving forward. Finally, Jack.org hopes to make everyone aware that mental health is not necessarily a problem, but that in fact 5 in 5 people have mental health.
Kinesiology Student AssociationContact: [email protected]
KSA is a club run by students for the students. We host events within the kinesiology department to bring students in the same faculty together. Our events include frosh orientation, Kin Gala, Kin Connect Conference, and study nights. We also have a mentorship program for first year students.
Brock University Kin GamesContact: [email protected]
A student run club centered around networking with kin students around the country. Our team competes in academics, sports, spirit, and dance in an education-based weekend conference.
Brock U League of Legends ClubContact: [email protected]
To build a community of League of Legends, including, but not limited to, viewing parties for competitive events, competition between, with, and against other members, and holding tournaments with members of all skill levels. Members of all skill levels are welcome.
LIFTContact: [email protected]
The purpose of LIFT is to connect students by creating an environment that is welcoming regardless of background or context. LIFT works to foster a passion for social justice both nationally and internationally by exploring a relationship with Christ.
Brock Linguistics NetworkContact: [email protected]
The Linguistics Network consists of a group of dedicated students in pursuit of their undergraduate degrees in the department of Applied Linguistics. LingNet is dedicated to providing its members with helpful information regarding: what to do with a Ling degree, what to expect in your 4 years in this program, how to write a letter of intent, study tips etc. As well as hold various social and fundraising events
Live 4 DanceContact: [email protected]
Live4Dance is a Brock University club that is based around urban Hip-Hop. We are known for our fun and motivational, yet educating environment. Every Monday and Wednesday nights we host dance classes in the dance studio.Guest choreographers come out twice a month to promote growth in all styles of Hip-Hop.
Brock U Magic ClubContact: [email protected]
Mandarin Chinese Christian FellowshipContact: [email protected]
The club is young. It focuses on spreading gospel to the students at Brock. Activities include, but are not limited to, weekly bible study, academic study gathering, an outdoor trip and term retreat. We are eager to bring God to students' lives by building relationships with them. Also, we want to improve their physical and spiritual experience during university life. Our long term vision is to let everyone in our club know and love God as well as one another.
Malayalee AssociationContact: [email protected]
Brock Malayalee Association (BMA) is a student organization that was formed in 2016, and is geared towards unifying the youth Malayalee community at Brock University and the Niagara region. BMA focuses on hosting events that allow international & first-generation Canadian-Malayalees to interact with each other and celebrate Malayalee culture.
Middle Eastern Student AssociationContact: [email protected]
Molecular Research TechnologiesContact: [email protected]
The Molecular Research Technology aims to improve and develop a well-established research community at Brock that currently is non-existent. We will promote scientific research interest to potential research oriented undergraduate degrees with the purpose of increase in interest in Brock's graduate programs. We also will advocate for internal and external research grants and other research positions offered to Brock students. MRT will try to work closely with professors in the Faculty of Mathematics and Science to bring formal and informal events related to internal research performed at Brock University. Lastly, our goal for the club is to develop a network among Biotechnology Laboratories and companies primarily, but not limited to the Niagara Region that can help students' careers that currently are not in a co-op program.
Brock Musical TheatreContact: [email protected]
A musical theater company run by and for Brock University students across all programs.
Muslim Students AssociationContact: [email protected]
A club that exists to create a united from of Muslim students on campus that work to educate the campus about the essence of being Muslim and to create co-existence and respectful dialogue with the campus.
National Model United NationsContact: [email protected]
Brock NMUN is an opportunity for students to participate in experiential learning while simulating the United Nations and creating innovative solutions to world problems. Public speaking, resolution writing, and team work skills are developed. Brock NMUN teaches students of all experience levels and academic backgrounds these skills while simulating various UN committees in weekly meetings on-campus.
Brock New Democratic PartyContact: [email protected]
The Brock NDP exists to help get Brock students & other community members involved in politics within their community, to create an environment for all NDP supporters at Brock, and to provide support where needed for the NDP.
Brock Neuroscience ClubContact: [email protected]
The Purpose of the Brock Neuro Club is to educate students on neuroscience related topics and create a sense of community and support network for students interested in neuroscience. Nonetheless, it is to also provide guidance to new neuro students entering the program as well as information on how and what you can do with your degree for the future.
Pakistani Students AssociationContact: [email protected]
The Brock Pakistani Students' Association (BPSA) is a club on campus run by students that organizes events to unite Pakistani students to celebrate and to promote the culture to the greater community at Brock University
Brock University PhotographyContact: [email protected]
Brock University Photography Club is a place to show your passion for photography and learn new skills. The photography club offers education on how to take and edit photos, as well as provides a variety of opportunities for photography lovers to take pictures of large events and the Niagara Region.
Play Makers FoundationContact:
Play Makers Foundation (PMF) is a non-profit organization that uses sports to tackle social and humanitarian problems. PMF uses sports to promote global understanding, social integration, cultural diversity, and tolerance. On the humanitarian front, we generate athletic resources to implement humanitarian and infrastructural projects, providing sport, play, health, and joy in disadvantaged communities.
Power to ChangeContact: [email protected]
Power to change is a Christian group on campus that focuses on evangelism and discipleship. The mission is for every student to hear the gospel before they graduate.
Brock Pre-Med SocietyContact: [email protected]
Brock Pre-Med Society Aims to create a nurturing environment for pre-med hopefuls. The Pre-Med Society aims to host events that help students learn more about opportunities in the medical field.
Brock PrideContact: [email protected]
Brock Pride is devoted to creating a safe, social environment for students of diverse gender and sexual indentites. We provide a social atmosphere which offers support for members of the pride community and their allies, dealing with relationships, coming out, sexuality and gender issues. We also pursure the advancement of equailty, acceptance and fair treatment of Pride issues such as same-sex marriage, homophobia, transphobia, heterosexism and sexual diversity.
Psychology SocietyContact: [email protected]
The Brock Psyc Society is a social club that holds events in order to unite students with common interests. We welcome all students to attend regardless of their major. In addition, we provide events geared toward psychology majors a relaxed atmosphere to connect with students in all years of their degree.
Brock Rap HouseContact: [email protected]
Brock rap house is a way for students to express themselves through the art of rap and freestyle. Isaac's Bar will become the host of epic raps, freestyles, and rap battles in which students will compete for the title of Brock's Next Top Badger. All are welcome to watch as the amazing rap talent unfolds or local artists take the stage.
Brock Relay for LifeContact: [email protected]
Fundraising throughout the year for the Canadian Cancer Society leading up to Relay for Life. A 12 hour event which is a celebration of survival, a tribute to love ones lost and 12 hours of fun, friendship, and fundraising for cancer research
Roots African Caribbean SocietyContact: [email protected]
Roots African Caribbean society is a club that seeks to create solidarity among the African and Caribbean cultures at Brock University. We also seek to display our cultures to the Brock community, to educate and entertain its members.
Brock Niagara RotaractContact: [email protected]
As part of a global effort working towards bringing peace and international understanding to the world. Rotaract works alongside an international group call Rotary to help identify and train strong leaders. These leaders work toward personal and professional development while exemplifying the motto of "service above self" through community volunteering and involvement.
Sport and Business AssociationContact: [email protected]
The Brock Sport and Business Association is dedicated to helping Brock University students learn and gain valuable experience in the sport Business industry by organizing
Sport Management CouncilContact: [email protected]
Uniting students, faculty and the community with the common goal of sport management. To create an adequate representation of the sport management student body, and ultimately the sport management body, through the activities of the council. Establishing a sustainable culture in the sport management program for students and faculty to carry out for generations to come by creating events in relation to our programs philosophy.
Brock University Smash ClubContact: [email protected]
Brock's Smash Club is a group for players to get together and play, disucss and promote the Smash Bros games. The club is focused an improving player skill as well as providing a rich community experience.
Brock Socialist ClubContact: [email protected]
The BSC is committed to raising the level of Marxist-socialist thought among the student body. Highlighting how Marxist-socialism is indispensable in meeting the great challenges - and opportunities - facing humanity. We are not affiliated any particular current or organization.
Sri Lankan Student AssociationContact: [email protected]
The purpose of the Sri Lankan Student Association is to foster friendship, goodwill, peace, and unity among all Sri Lankan students. We will promote culture and tradition of all ethnicities of Sri Lanka. We will further the spiritual and intellectual well-being of the members. We will generate funds through events to help charities and those in need in Sri Lanka. We will welcome and support the newly arriving Sri Lankan students.
Stem Cell ClubContact: [email protected]
Brock Stem Cell Club is a collaboration between Brock undergraduate students and McMaster medical students to increase the number of stem cell donors within the Candian database. Members take part in planning and hosting donor drives on campus to reach out to Brock students. The club also emphasizes the importance of blood donation and aims to increase the number of blood donors on campus.
Tabletop Games ClubContact: [email protected]
TA community of people who play board games, card games, role playing anything you like. If you bring it, well probably play it. We sometimes order food for this club.
The Citizens Foundation (Brock Chapter)Contact: [email protected]
TCLF Brock is an non-profit organization that aims to support education projects and raise awareness about the state of education in Pakistan
Brock UNICEFContact: [email protected]
Brock UNICEF is a club that want to fundraise money, educate students and the local public on UNICEF, and advocate for the rights of children. We will also be reaching out and applying to UNICEF Canada campus clubs so we can become official and get direct updates from UNICEF.
UNiTE to End Violence Against WomenContact: [email protected]
UNiTE to End Violence Against Women is a United Nations campaign with a vision of a world free from violence against women. The Brock Chapter of this initiative aims to raise funds towards the cause, as well as to raise awareness to end violence against women.
Brock University Vinyl SocietyContact: [email protected]
The Brock University Vinyl society is a club open to all music enthusiasts and is happily welcoming towards listeners of any genre. The premise of the club is to establish a community of fellow Brock students with not only a passion for vinyl records but for music as well.
WestmarchesContact: [email protected]
Brock Westmarches club is a place for people interested in table top role-playing games to learn, play and experience Dungeons and Dragons in a shared fictional world hosted weekly. The club focuses on teaching new comers how to play Dungeons and Dragons and learn useful skills about the hobby such as miniature polishing and painting, character writing, and world-building.
Brock University Women in HouseContact: [email protected]
BUWIH aims to increase female participation and representation in the political sphere. This club allow students to get the most out of their experience at Brock through meeting like-minded individuals, developing skills, fostering leadership, and providing amazing opportunities such as networking and experiential learning. BUWIH is open to students of all years and programs.
Brock Young LiberalsContact: [email protected]
Brock Young Liberals is the Brock University chapter of the Young leberals of Canada and the Ontario Young Liberals.