Where can I find information on position classifications (onsite, hybrid, and remote)?

Brown continues to support the safety of its employees, as well as to address their needs to care for others affected by the coronavirus.

The Future of Work: Position Classification page on the University Human Resources website provides more information on position classification.

How soon do my 403b contributions from the University take effect?

Brown University offers eligible employees a defined contribution 403(b) retirement plan six months after your employment. The University will contribute 6% of your salary if you make no contributions. In addition, the University will make a dollar for dollar match of up to 2% for a total contribution of 8%. University contributions begin after 6 months of employment. Please contact the Benefits office at [email protected] for more information.

How do I make changes to my current benefits?

Employees are able to change their benefits during Open Enrollment in the fall. During this time, employees can change or continue with their current benefits. Employees are also able to change their benefits during a qualifying life event such as legal marital status change, birth/adoption of child or retirement savings election.