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.
Voting information for students
Registered to vote in your home state? The Rhode Island Voter Information Center website has links to mail or absentee ballot information for other states.
Registered to vote in Rhode Island? The Rhode Island Voter Information Center website also has information about Election 2016 including sample ballots and polling locations and hours.
Family Weekend | October 21-23, 2016
Online registration will open September 9 at brown.edu/familyweekend. With lectures, student performances, athletic events, open houses, planned gatherings and special events, Family Weekend provides an opportunity for families to experience the hustle and bustle of Brown at the height of the academic term.
Brown selects partner for initiative to enhance on-campus dining
As part of an initiative launched earlier this year to enhance food offerings across campus, improve pricing and service, and support the professional development of Brown’s dining staff, Dining Services has selected Bon Appétit Management Company to partner in the effort. A nationally recognized on-site restaurant company that specializes in sustainable, socially responsible food management, Bon Appétit will provide guidance and expertise to assist Brown’s dining staff in strengthening campus food services. Read about this intiative on the Brown Dining website.