• Village Residence Expansion

      Built in 1989, Village Residences added more units in 1992.
    • Earp Residence

      The five-storey building consists of 255 furnished, single-rooms with a bathroom shared between every two rooms, as well as a lounge on each floor. It is named after the University's second and longest-serving President. Dr. Earp was President from 1974-1988, in addition to being Acting President during the 1971-72 and 1973-1974 academic years.
    • Quarry View Residence 2003

      The Quarry View Residence is an 80-unit townhouse complex that accommodates 290 students; it emphasizes more independent living and was ideal for individuals in graduate studies programs.
    • Lowenberger Residence 2004

      The building accommodated 311 students in single and double rooms, and included a 300-seat dining hall, common lounges, and study rooms. The building is named after Arnie Lowenberger, a former faculty member who held many significant positions during Brock's early development. Lowenberger was the first Director of the School of Physical Athletics and Recreation, and became its first Dean when it was reconstituted into the Faculty of Physical Education. In these positions, he introduced varsity sports to Brock such as men's and women's basketball and men's hockey, implemented the first health and counseling services for students, planned the design of the original Physical Education building, and drafted the University's Physical Education degree program. He also was the first Director of Residences and the first Dean of Students.
    • Lower Level Exterior Decew Residence

      A close view of the Decew Residence lower floor exterior.
    • Decew Isometric

      An isometric view of the planned Decew Residence.
    • Decew Overhead

      An overhead photograph of the Decew Residences.
    • Decew Residence Aerial Photograph

      An aerial photograph of the Decew Residences.
    • Decew Residence

      An exterior photograph of the Decew Residences. (n.d.)
    • View of Decew Residence from Thistle Complex

      View of the Decew Residence from ontop of the Thistle Complex.
    • Decew Residence Plans

      A Decew Residence pedestrian street plan drawing.
    • Decew Residence Construction

      Construction work continuing on the Decew Residence.
    • Residence Room

      A photograph of the interior of a residence room. There is a bed, desk, phone, lamp and chair.
    • Tower and Decew Residence

      The Schmon Tower is in the foreground with the Decew Residences in the background.
    • Glenridge Residences

      In 1968 Brock University purchased 5 quadruplexes on Glenridge Avenue to serve as Brock's first student residences. Three additional units were later purchased and in total these first residences could accommodate around 150 students. They were used as temporary residences until the Decew Residence was completed.
    • Shaver Hospital Residence

      Located next to Shaver Hospital across the street from Bock's main campus, the Shaver Hospital Residence used to house nursing students. The building was demolished in the early 2000s.
    • West View of Decew Residences

      Low angle photograph of the west view of the Decew Residences.
    • Student Townhouses Sketch

      An artists sketch of townhouse residences.
    • Decew Residence Construction

      The Decew Residence was the first on-campus residence constructed and replaced the temporary student residences on Glenridge Avenue at the base of the escarpment. The Decew residence accommodated 400 students, and included a 300 seat dining hall, 10 activity rooms and 5 student lounges. Construction completed in 1970.