The following offices give guidance, care, assistance and support to the Brown community
The Student Support Services Deans provide 24-hour crisis services for undergraduate, graduate, and medical students with personal or family emergencies, and are available by appointment to consult with individual students about their personal questions/concerns, thus allowing students to succeed and thrive in their academic pursuits.
Academic Deans and Support
Advice on academic support and opportunities, including issues and concerns of any nature that impact students' academic life, are available through the Office of the Dean of the College (for undergraduates), the Graduate School (for PhD and master's students), and the Medical School (for medical students). Academic support services are also available, including the Science Center and the Writing Center.
Serves as a source for information and advocacy on gender and sexuality issues, working to create a safe, open environment for LGBTQ members of the community.
Supports spiritual life, promotes religious literacy, interfaith dialogue and religious services, and provides support and individual counsel.
Offers free and confidential assessment, crisis intervention, and brief psychotherapy.
Examines gender issues, offering programs and an in-house library.
Integrates academic and extracurricular interests through the celebration of diversity and promotion of cross-cultural understanding.
Advice, policies, and links organized primarily for undergraduates but also useful for graduate and medical students from outside the United States.
Provides communal academic and social space for members of the Brown community, who identify with the first-generation college and/or low-income-student experience.
Ensures the safety and security of more than 10,000 students, staff, faculty and guests.