Where to Start?
There are many people and offices at Brown to advise and support you as an undergraduate, graduate or medical student. The hardest part may be in knowing which of those many resources best matches your need. If you start in one place and it turns out that your best support will come from a different office, we will be happy to direct you and connect you to someone else. In the residence halls, residential peer leaders (RPLs) are a great first resource: RPLs are trained to listen and refer students to campus resources. Use the Quick Reference listing below as a guide to available resources.
How to Help a Friend in Distress
If you are worried about a Brown student, or need help with a difficult and urgent situation, consult the crisis resource websites written specifically for Students. There are parallel sites written for Faculty and for Staff.
Deans & Administrators
Deans are available to help you with issues and decisions related to your academics and your personal and community life at Brown.
Non-academic issues Office of Student Life (401) 863-3145
Support for undergraduate, graduate and medical students.
For assistance with emergencies and crises at night, on weekends, or during University Breaks, see Emergency Contacts.
Topic links, in the left column, will show you more information. Resource links, on the right, will take you to the website of the office or program listed.
|Academic Code and Discipline|
|Alcohol and Other Drugs|
|Careers and Internships||
|Crises and Emergencies|
|Gender and Sexuality|
|International Student Resources|
|Mental Health, Counseling, Stress Management|
|Public Service and Service Learning
|Religious Life & Spirituality|
|Roommate concerns or issues|
|ROTC, Commissioning Programs|
|Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence|
|Student Activities and Groups
|Student Conduct Code and Non-Academic Discipline
|Study Abroad or Away in the U.S.|
|Tutoring and other academic success support|