Virtual Campus Tours
Welcome to Brandon University! You can tour our campus from anywhere in the world. In these short videos, you will see a glimpse of the buildings and open spaces, and you’ll get a feel for what it’s like to live and learn at BU. Also, check out a 360 degree tour of Brandon University created by eBrandon.
(1906, restored 1997)
The Original Building of Brandon College, Clark Hall now houses Arts and Business Administration programs, Financial and Registration Services, the President’s Office, and other administrative offices and services.
John R. Brodie Science Building
The John. R. Brodie Science building houses Science programs. Its facilities include classrooms, labs, computing facilities, study rooms, and a greenhouse.
Queen Elizabeth II Music Building
(officially opened 1990)
The QEII Music Building houses the School of Music. One of the finest facilities of its kind on the continent, it features 30 practice studios, 30 teaching studios, a music library, faculty and student lounges, and a recital hall.
Health Studies Building
(1963, renovated 2003)
The Health Studies Building houses the Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing, and Indigenous Health Studies Transition programs. It features classrooms, clinical skills laboratories, a student lounge, and He Oyate Tawapi (Ceremony Room).
The Education Building houses all Education programs, the Centre for Aboriginal and Rural Education Studies (BU CARES), and the Professional Development Unit.
John E. Robbins Library
The John E. Robbins Library is part of the George T Richardson Centre. It houses the Convergys Computer Lab, several study rooms, BU Information Technology Services, S.J. McKee Archives, and a link to the Music Library.
Knowles-Douglas Students’ Union Centre
Named after distinguished BU alumni Stanley Knowles and Tommy Douglas, this building houses the Brandon University Students Union offices, the BU Bookstore, Forbidden Flavours Café, and Headlines Hair Studio.
A.E. McKenzie Building
The A.E. McKenzie Building houses the Student Services Office, Indigenous Peoples’ Centre, Admissions Office, Registrar’s and Senate Office, and Campus Manitoba. It is connected to the George T. Richardson Centre and the QEII Music Building.
We have three great residences for you to choose from, with all the conveniences that living on campus can offer. Residence is a great way to save money and make friendships that will last a lifetime. Check out the virtual tours of our residence buildings!