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Student Life Smart Start Presentation 2014
Transcript of Student Life Smart Start Presentation 2014
Get Involved BU Blog:
to enrich the student experience
to encourage students to participate in all aspects of student life
to empower Brock students to be active and civic-minded leaders
register for LEAP
attend Student Life events (visit ExperienceBU!)
Whether on campus or in the Niagara region, Student Life provides opportunities for the Brock community to be active and engaged at Brock and within its surrounding communities.
Off Campus Living &
We support approximately 9000 Brock students
and 3000 Niagara College students who live
off-campus each year.
We provide help with landlord and
We encourage students to be civic-minded
Relay for Life
On-Campus Blood Drives
Leadership & Engagement
We help to make the most of your time at Brock and explore your leadership potential!
Brock staff and students volunteering in the Southern United States with Habitat for Humanity for
Brock Cares: Alternative Reading Week
Student Life & Innovation Commons (SLIC) serves to bring student leaders at Brock together. Located under the Mackenzie Chown A Block stairs, students are welcome to stop by and learn more about programs and services.
Smart Start Special Edition
See you in September!
Did you know?
According to Alexander Astin's Fundamental Theory of Student Development:
The more time and energy a students puts into their campus experience, the better they do academically!