Vice President for Campus Life & Student Services

Housing Selection help

Curious/worried about the Housing Lottery? Haven't formed a Housing Group? Looking to make new friends and form new relationships in hopes of finding your one true roommate? Come to SUITE DATING March 15 from 4pm to 6pm in Wilson 101! There will be pizza, conversation, and an opportunity to connect with other students looking for people to join their Housing Group.

Let's Talk Program with CAPS

Let's Talk is a community based program to reach out to student populations that would not otherwise seek counseling services. Students and counselors engage in brief conversations regarding counseling services, community resources, simple problem solving and self-care. All students are welcome to speak with counselors this semester (Spring 2017) at a number of offices around campus. The Let's Talk schedule (at the Nelson Fitness Center, Sarah Doyle, FLi Center, BCSC) is on the CAPS website.

Brown's Community Resources

In the wake of a divisive election season, Brown can help heal and serve society by being the best of who we are. As a campus that prides itself on intellectual rigor, diversity and inclusion, we must proceed as a community in the best Brown tradition: with integrity, passion for our beliefs, and respect for every member of the Brown community. Resources and opportunities are available to undergraduate, graduate, and medical students throughout the University.

New Director of CAPS

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Will Meek as Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Read the full announcement of his appointment.

How to help a student when you worry

As an advisor, teacher, friend, coach, supervisor, myriad other roles, or as the parent or family member of a Brown student, your relationship may mean you are one of the first to notice something  of concern. You notice a student is behaving differently or seems distressed.  You may have questions about how you can be helpful or how best  to connect with University response resources.  Helping a Student in Distress seeks to summarize and connect you with relevant resources and information.

Student Digital Experience

Brown has embarked on a multi-year Digital Experience Project to develop a unified digital ecosystem that has the promise to transform how Brown serves and engages members of our on-campus and off-campus communities. The goal is to offer increased ease of use of Brown’s online services, as well as personalized information-sharing and communications to ensure members of our community can make the most of their Brown experience.