Join us Wednesday, March 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for our March Break Open House on the Brantford campus.
Open House is one of the best times to visit campus! Our students, staff and faculty are all looking forward to meeting you and answering any questions you have about Laurier and what our Brantford campus has to offer.
We recommend that you start your day at our Welcome Desk, located in the Research and Academic Centre lobby. Here you can get your free parking voucher, an event schedule and campus map, and find staff who can help answer any questions you have about Open House.
We are pleased to provide free parking for our Brantford campus Open House guests!
Although parking is available on most downtown city streets for free, this is timed parking and the city will ticket cars that exceed the posted time limit. We highly recommend that you park in the Market Centre Parkade located at 59 Icomm Drive, adjacent to our Brantford campus. You can grab a complimentary parking voucher from our Welcome Desk located in the Research and Academic Centre, which can be given to the parking attendant when you leave the parkade.
Our custom Google Map can help you get to the Market Centre Parkade and to our Welcome Desk. We encourage you to set your GPS to the Parkade indicated on the Event Parking map. There will also be volunteers and signage to direct you to and from the Parkade. Note: Our event parking map works best in the Google Maps mobile app. If on a web browser, Google Maps asks you to log in to view the map, try opening the link in a new browser to access the map.
If you have an accessible parking permit, we ask that you please contact Rachel Cavin (email@example.com) in advance of Open House so that we can do our best to accommodate you.
Join one of our student volunteers for a guided tour of campus beginning at 9 a.m. Tours are available all day from the Research and Academic Centre and take approximately one hour. The last tour will depart at 2 p.m. During your tour, you will visit academic and faculty buildings and student recreational spaces throughout the downtown core of Branford.
Program sessions provide an overview of the program's academics, courses and what you can expect as a student in these programs.
When you arrive at Laurier's Brantford campus, we will provide you with a campus map and legend to help you find your way around. There will also be volunteers to help you get from point A to point B!
All information sessions are held in the following campus buildings:
The following sessions will provide more information on Laurier services, campus life, how to pay for university and admissions. Read our session descriptions below to see what catches your interest.
Wondering what ‘conditional’ and ‘alternate’ offers mean? Overwhelmed by the cost of university? Hear from our Admissions and Student Awards professionals to have your questions answered.
The Department of Residence will provide a complete overview of the residence experience. Presenters will be prepared to answer your questions about living in residence, our online application process and what to expect in your first year.
Our former Laurier students want to help you make the transition to university as easy as possible. Attend this info session to hear their tips and advice on how to have a successful first year as a Laurier Golden Hawk.
Explore one of the best student experiences in Canada and find out why we are ranked the No. 1 school for student satisfaction in the 2017 and 2018 Maclean’s University Rankings. Learn from Laurier staff how our student services can help you make your university experience a success!
Undergraduate academic advisors are here to help you reach your academic goals. They will help you navigate program and course requirements, and can assist you in creating an academic plan that meets your needs and goals. Visit our academic advising team to learn about the possibilities in your program, such as courses, career pathways and more.
Our residence buildings are open! Stop by and tour different residences and room styles at your leisure.
Try Golden Grounds Coffee in the Research and Academic Centre lobby! Or venture around campus, which is near to many local and restaurant chain favourites. While you’re here today, we recommend one of the following places for lunch:
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