Brock University Online Courses & Programs

Brock University engages both sides of your brain. You will join 18,000 students in a vibrant post-secondary learning community that combines academic study with experiential learning. Our online learning options represent a key portion of this community and offer all of the same benefits experienced in on-campus courses. This enables you to pursue your studies from wherever is most convenient. Particular consideration has been given to providing technical resources and support to the University’s online programs to ensure an unparalleled learning environment.  
Brock offers a comprehensive online learning experience. For more information about online learning, please visit

New to Brock? 

Students from other universities intending to study at Brock University on a Letter of Permission must initiate the process through their home university's Registrar's Office. Submit the Letter of Permission application to Brock University. For details on how to apply refer to

Current Brock Students 

Brock students wishing to enroll at another university and transfer credits toward a Brock degree must apply for, and be granted, a Letter of Permission from the Office of the Registrar before registering at the other university. A University calendar description of the course(s) to be taken must be submitted, with the Letter of permission form, to the Office of the Registrar. Approved Letters of Permission will be sent to the host university where required and a copy sent to the student. To access the Letter of Permission form, please visit:
For further important details please visit: 



Brock University Online Learning
Registrar's Office
Undergraduate Admissions (How to Apply) ,905 688 5550 x4068
Graduate Studies
500 Glenridge Avenue
St. Catharines, Ontario
L2S 3A1

(905) 688-5550