Student Activities Office!

As part of the Division of Campus Life and Student Services, the Student Activities Office leads campus efforts to support  400+  student groups. We co-coordinate undergraduate Orientation with the Dean of the College and support the Brown Outdoor Leadership Training (BOLT), Brown Student Agencies, and Liber Brunensis (Brown's Yearbook).

In addition, the office provides oversight and coordination for two facilities that serve the Brown community—the Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center and T.F. Green Hall for Student Performing Arts.


  • The Conversations & Cookies Series.  Leadership to Go! offers students an opportunity to engage in topics of leadership through group conversation and interactive activities. Whether you are in a formal position or contribute to a group’s success through a team effort, the conversations are aimed to enhance and build upon the skills you offer as a leader or member of a team.  Bring your lunch and enjoy some fresh baked goods for dessert.

Effective Communication 
  1. November 19 (Thurs) from 12 noon - 12:45 in Petteruti Lounge, Campus Center
  2. November 20 (Fri)  from 12 noon - 12:45 in Conference Rm 225, Campus Center
  • Party Manager Training is now required annually. If you have completed it in the past, you will need to do so again this academic year. However, it is now online! Click here to complete it.   

An important note: When you click on the link, you will receive an email confirming your registration from the training. If the training does not load, it is likely due to a pop-up blocked in your browser. The registration email you receive contains instructions on how to adjust your browser settings to allow the training to launch.  

Also note: the training contains information on sexual assault prevention and bystander intervention.  If you may be triggered by this aspect of the training, please contact the SAO prior to the training and we can provide more information and discuss options with you.

  • BearSync is our student group portal.  It includes a roster of our 400+ recognized student groups on campus and their profiles. To find out more click here.

Remember to review important policies as your group begins to plan activities: