The Curricular Resource Center for Peer Advising (CRC) is a place where student advisors help their peers engage with the Open Curriculum and effectively utilize Brown's academic resources.

Founded in 1976 to support the fullest use of the New Curriculum, today the CRC's Director, students coordinators and volunteers coordinate information sessions, community-building events, and individual meetings with students for advising about independent studies and concentrations, fellowships and research opportunities, taking time off from college, issues related to the sophomore year and more.

The CRC staff collaborates with various groups, centers and deans to provide the best possible advice about the wealth of academic resources at Brown and beyond. The CRC is part of the Office of the Dean of the College.

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News Flash:

(G)ISP/AI End-0f-Semester Celebration

Join us on Monday, December 10, 1:00-3:00 p.m. (Campus Center 229) for a casual lunch with the students who designed their own course for this semester:  Introduction to Norwegian I; Cross-Cultural Approaches to Death and Dying; Aquinas and the Fathers; Mind the Gap: Diversity, Inclusion, and Cross-Cultural Competency in Contemplative studies; Zionism and the Roots of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Lysander Dickerman and American Egyptology 

DUG Leader Appreciation Dinner

There are 66 DUGs organized for this year, and over 150 DUG leaders!  If you're not planning to hear VP Joe Biden's talk, we'd LOVE to see you on Monday, December 10, 5:00-7:00 p.m in 201 Friedman Hall!