Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity to file bias incident report
Sexual Harassment and Assault Resources and Education (SHARE) if a student experiences issues related to sexual assault, sexual and/or gender-based harassment, domestic/dating violence, relational abuse or stalking
The Title IX and Gender Equity Office oversees Formal Complaints made by students that involve cases of Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment, Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence.
The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards oversees Formal Complaints made by students that involve instances in which the Student Code of Conduct has been violated.
Brown’s Graduate School oversees Formal Complaints brought by graduate students at Brown that are not addressed by other offices or processes such as those above.
Brown RISD Hillel: As the largest student organization on campus, Hillel offers performing artists, lectures, Jewish learning, symposia, community action projects, Israel study, and a safe place for students to be Jewish.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): All clinicians in Counseling and Psychological Services are required to have experience in working with students from diverse backgrounds. The office provides ongoing programming for students on topics such as ethnic and racial identity and hate crimes.
Global Brown Center for International Students: Global Brown supports the international student community at Brown thought orientations, programming, and resources that celebrate and recognize the diversity of international identities.
Brown Center for Students of Color: BCSC sponsors various events for Graduate Students of Color (GSOC) throughout the academic year. They have a weekly newsletter, a student advisory board and run public lectures and programs.
LGBTQ Center: The Center provides counseling, resources and public programs.
Native Americans at Brown: NAB is a student-led organization. We are committed to community building amongst ourselves as students and staff, as well as with the local Narragansett and Wampanoag communities. Our group works toward increasing awareness about Native issues.
Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life: The mission of this office is to ensure that a diversity of beliefs have voice and vitality throughout the University community. This website introduces their work, programs and religious life colleagues, as well as resources available to undergraduate, graduate, medical students, staff, faculty, and alumni/ae.
Office of the Dean of the College: The Office of the Dean of the College connects students with Deans who serve as resources in academics, advising, and a broad range of issues students may face while at Brown.
Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity: The OIED provides leadership for the formulation and oversight of University policies related to pluralism and equity, and initiates programs and practices that promote diversity, inclusion, and fair treatment of all members of the community. The University designates officers who are responsible for issues of compliance and who are available to answer questions and provide advice.
Office of International Student and Scholar Services: OISSS provides support in the development of university policies and programs relating to issues particular to international exchange, and additionally works with organizations that serve the needs of Brown's international community.
Office of Military-Affiliated Students: Programs for student veterans, and for students pursuing military commissions while at Brown.
Samuel M. Nabrit Black Graduate Student Association: The purpose of the Nabrit BGSA is to enhance the intellectual growth, professional success, and social enjoyment of graduate students within the African Diaspora at Brown University. The Nabrit BGSA also seeks to serve as a source of cultural enrichment and moral support for its members. The Nabrit BGSA may also act as an advocate and voice for the social, political, academic, and safety concerns of graduate students within the African Diaspora at Brown University.
Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender: The SDC offers to all students, staff, and faculty resources around gender and its intersections with other markers of identity.
Student and Employee Accessibility Services: SEAS coordinates services and accommodations for students, faculty and staff with physical, psychological, sensory, and learning disabilities. SEAS is also available for consultation with Brown community members who are questioning whether they may have a disability, have questions about working with someone who has a disability, or have a temporary condition that may require accommodations or services.
Title IX and Gender Equity Office: This office provides resources on assault prevention, education, reporting, and other matters of sexual and gender-based harassment.
Workday: Entering Time Worked as a Student Worker (hourly pay only)
I-9 Information: I-9 process must be completed before a student can be hired into Workday or paid by Brown University
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