The University is rapidly moving towards an electronic environment. In many departments, a great deal of information about instructors, schedules, courses and special projects can be retrieved quickly by means of electronic communication.
Computer competence and familiarity with Internet resources are highly desirable and useful tools of scholarship which students can bring with them to Brock. If a student lacks these tools on admission, s/he will have the opportunity to acquire them while attending the university.
[Here one might include a statement about the Bookstore's Brock Micro which handles both hardware and software at educational prices, about the credit courses and non-credit seminars/workshops through which computer literacy can be acquired, improved, maintained, or refreshed.]