If you are looking to OPT-IN to OPIRG Brock and become a member, please fill in the 2020 OPIRG Brock Membership Opt-In Form.


Following the completion of this form, your membership will be sent to our Board of Directors, and you will be contacted to pay the membership fee. By holding an OPIRG Brock membership, you are able to run or apply for the OPIRG Brock Board of Directors and vote in the Annual General Meeting (date and time tbd.). 


To maintain a membership-in-good-standing, you must agree to and uphold the OPIRG Brock Safer Space Policy (, as well as other relevant OPIRG Brock policies. 


Upon membership approval and paying this fee will result in a membership to OPIRG Brock until December 31, 2020. There are a range of options for membership fees ($0- $10, sliding scale). If paying the membership fee creates a financial barrier for you from being a member of OPIRG Brock, please choose the option of a 'Community Support Membership'.


For paying a membership fee, you have multiple options: 

  • Pay in cash to an OPIRG Brock staff or Board member

  • One-time payment by e-transferring amount indicated to our Paypal account

  • Sign up to become a regular Patron on our Patreon account ($5 - membership come to the Board of Directors for review after 2 months of payments, $10+ membership is considered immediately). Each Patreon level results in perks and a level of buy in focused on keeping OPIRG Brock alive. To sign up this way, please visit .

  • **If you work with an organization that would like a Community Organization Membership, please indicate that on the form below and we will send you a follow up email. Even if you have not cleared this with the other members of your organization, if you are at all interested, please click yes and that will allow us to send you more details to take back to your group. 

  • In the meantime, if you have any questions about online OPT-IN's or OPIRG Brock in general, please feel free to email

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The work of OPIRG Brock primarily takes place on the traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe, and Neutral peoples.

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