GET is a website for viewing the accounts linked to your Brown ID card: Bear Bucks, meal plans, and PAWPrints. You can check balances and transaction history, and report a lost card.
Grouper allows people and departments to manage the membership of groups; these groups can then be used to easily support sharing and collaborative work. Groups are automatically created for official Brown courses and departments. Email can be sent to the group; web pages, Wiki spaces, and Google Docs can be shared with the group. Management of group membership can be delegated to others.
Guests requiring internet access at Brown for less than eight days can:
Guests to Brown's campus can connect to the Brown-Guest wireless network without any prior account creation by Brown staff. However, if you are hosting a conference or other event, we recommend creating Guest accounts to provide your visitors more bandwidth and services.
Shared mailboxes provide a means to receive email at a general (rather than personal) address. Mail is delievered to a centralized location where it can be accessed by up to ten people.
A variety of electronic and administrative services are made available to Brown Community members who require access to the services. New Brown faculty, staff and students automatically receive some services (such as email and network access) when activating their account.
By logging into MyAccount, members of the Brown community can manage personal information that is displayed in the Brown directory, add a mobile phone number for emergency contact, change their password for Brown services, and more.