Academic Support (The College): Provides academic support services that supplement the support provided by course instructors.
Academic Tutoring (Sheridan Ctr, SciLi Room 504): Group tutoring is offered in many introductory math, science, and social
science courses. Students who need more focused attention may apply for small-group tutoring in select courses. Students are assigned to small groups (~3-6 students) that meet weekly to review important or difficult topics covered in class that week. Tutors have either taken the course or proven competency, and have been trained by experienced Tutor Leaders.
Addiction and Recovery: Resources to support students in recovery from chemical dependency and to assist all students who are negatively affected by their own or others' substance abuse. Includes schedule of AA meetings close to campus.
Brown Center for Students of Color (68 Brown Street): The Brown Center for Students of Color is a student-focused center designed to provide students of color with a base for social, academic, administrative, cultural, and organizational support. While their work is primarily focused on domestic students, various programs and resources of the Brown Center for Students of Color can assist and enrich the experience of any student.
Bwell Health Promotion: Make an appointment with the nutritionist, talk with a Health Educator about alcohol or sexual health, and get information about sexual assault.
English Language Learning (Sciences Library, 5th Floor): English Language Learning provides linguistic and cultural support for members of Brown's community whose first language is not English. Individual appointments and group workshops with English language learning specialists provide focused assistance on a wide range of topics, including writing, speaking, listening, reading, or U.S. cultural norms.
LGBTQ Center (Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center, 3rd Floor): Provides a comprehensive range of education, information and advocacy services and works to create and maintain an open, safe, and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students, faculty, and staff, their families and friends, and the campus community at large.
Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life (Page-Robinson Hall, 4th Floor): Works to ensure that a diversity of beliefs has voice and vitality throughout the University community. OCRL sponsors programs, coordinates a broad set of chaplains and affiliates that advise a breadth of spiritual traditions, and is a gateway to resources related to religious, faith, and spiritual life on campus.
Office of Institutional Equity & Diversity (Horace Mann, Third Floor): Provides leadership for the formulation and oversight of policies related to pluralism and equity and initiates programs and practices that promote diversity, inclusion, and fair treatment for all members of the Brown community, including national and ethnic origin.
Office of Student Veterans and Commissioning Programs (Page-Robinson Hall, Room 317): The office is available to support the experience of all student veterans, including students who have served in the military for countries other than the United States.
Sarah Doyle Center (22 Benevolent Street): Seeks to provide a comfortable, yet challenging place for students, faculty, and staff to examine the multitude of issues around gender.
Student and Employee Accessibility Services (20 Benevolent Street): Works with any member of the Brown community who may need accommodations or services due to a disability or medical condition. They are also available to meet with individuals who are wondering if they may have a disability or would benefit from an evaluation or more information.
Student Support Services (Graduate Center E, 4th Floor): Provides a variety of services, support and outreach to undergraduate, graduate, and medical students designed to promote academic achievement and personal development.
Undocumented, First-Generation College, and Low-Income Student Center (5th Floor, Sciences Library): The First-Generation College and Low-Income Student Center (U-FLiCenter) is a communal academic and social space for members of the Brown community who identify with the first-generation college and/or low-income student experience. By providing students, faculty, and staff with a dedicated space that affirms their intersectional identities, the U-FLiCenter aims to contribute to the endurance and success of the first-generation college and low-income communities at Brown.
The Writing Center (Sciences Library, 5th Floor): Brown's Writing Center provides individual and group writing support free of charge to any member of the Brown community. Writing Center associates assist students with all stages of the writing process, from finding a topic through drafting, revising, and final editing.