The Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life works collaboratively with many student organizations, spanning the breadth of Brown’s religious diversity and involving more than 40% of the student population. The office also cares for and responds to the broad pastoral needs of Brown’s faculty, staff and students.
All clinicians in Counseling and Psychological Services are required to have experience in working with students from diverse backgrounds. The office provides ongoing programming for students on topics such as ethnic and racial identity and , hate crimes.
Global Brown supports the international student community at Brown thought orientations, programming, and resources that celebrate and recognize the diversity of international identities.
The Office of the Dean of the College connects students with Deans who serve as resources in academics, advising, and a broad range of issues students may face while at Brown.
SEAS coordinates services and accommodations for students, faculty and staff with physical, psychological, sensory, and learning disabilities. SEAS is also available for consultation with Brown community members who are questioning whether they may have a disability, have questions about working with someone who has a disability, or have a temporary condition that may require accommodations or services.
Working with a wide range of individual and student organizations, University Health Services is dedicated to the promotion of healthy lifestyles. Programs range from sexual health to relaxation techniques, from eating disorders to domestic abuse.