Students enjoy a free hot breakfast during BUSU’s Hot Breakfast event. Hot Break runs once a month and gives students the opportunity to enjoy a free hot meal to help fuel them for the day. Hot breakfast returns Nov. 9 in Union Station as part of Wellness Week.
Brock University Students’ Union (BUSU) Vice-President, External Affairs, Alyssa Hall, and BUSU Vice-President University Affairs, Carleigh Charlton, along with six other Brock student representatives attended the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) Fall General Assembly (GA) this past weekend
The following letter by BUSU Vice-President, External Affairs, Alyssa Hall, will be presented by Niagara-on-the-Lake Lord Mayor Gary Zallepa at the Regional Housing Board meeting. It highlights the importance of ensuring that students studying on campus have access to housing that is safe, affordable, and accessible - an issue that BUSU continues to advocate towards.
Interested in getting involved with student government? Consider joining the Brock University Students’ Union Advisory Council (BUSU-AC)
BUSU is pleased to announce the 2023-2024 student body representatives.
The need for the new building is long overdue as our student population has grown significantly, over 130%
Marilyn, a paralegal from the Niagara Community Legal Clinic, sits with her computer across from a Brock University Student in a meeting for the Niagara Community Legal Clinic. Marilyn is listening to a student to discuss their questions or concerns.
– Dr. Colleen Hood, OUSA Teaching Awards of Excellence winner stands with BUSU Vice-President, University Affairs, Andrea Lepage at the Partners in Higher Education (PiHED) dinner on April 6 in Toronto.
BUSU continues to deliver on its mission of fostering an ever-improving Student Experience that is transformational, enriching and empowering.
While domestic students generally know what their tuition will be during their post-secondary education, international students pay significantly more due to the lack of government funding to subsidize the cost of program delivery.
When Avery Turner’s mom entered her in a talent contest at the age of three, it was merely to boost her confidence. The experience, however, struck a chord with the young music lover, who was soon jumping on any and every opportunity to perform.
The Brock University Students' Union (BUSU) hosted a Clubs Carnival for students in Weather Station Field on Wednesday, Oct. 5.