Wednesday, February 15
FAFSA Fill-Out & Meet Your Financial Aid Advisors Event
Wednesday, February 15, from 6:00-7:30 PM in SciLi 618
It is spring, so that means Financial Aid Fill-Out Time! Come join fellow Questies, Bonner Scholars, Sidney Frank Scholars and others from the FLi Community! There will be PIZZA and representatives from the financial aid office, along with Dean Eli and Dean Bhattacharyya! This event is meant to serve as an opportunity to fill-out financial aid forms and to ask any questions you may have to the financial aid officers. Stop by! Remember to bring your computer and financial documents to assist in the process! Here is the link for the Facebook event.
Organize to Maximize Your Study Time
Thursday, February 16 at 6:00-7:00 PM in SciLi 520
Join peer Academic Coaches Connor Volpi and Charlie Scott in a “working” workshop during which you will design your weekly studying schedule. Rescheduled from last Thursday due to the snowstorm.
Office of Financial Aid @ FLiCenter
Thursday, February 16, from 12:00-1:00 PM in SciLi 518 (OFA will be at FLi monthly, generally on the second Thursday of each month)
It is time to apply for aid for the 17-18 academic year. Please stop into the Center to meet with a Financial Aid counselor (Erica Cummins) to review the process of completing your 17-18 aid application materials and other financial aid inquiries. OFA will be holding hours at the FLiCenter on a monthly basis. This event was rescheduled from last week due to the University snow day.
Open Forum: Being First-Gen/Low-Income
Friday, February 17, from 3:30-4:30 PM in SciLi 520
Struggling to connect with Brown professors? Not sure how to go about meeting a professor? COME TO THIS EVENT. Professor Ward is a First-Generation/Low-Income College Student Center liaison! This will be an open forum discussion on what it is like to be first-gen and/or low-income student in the Ivy League. Here is the link for the Facebook event.
CAPS: Let’s Talk Initiative
(Weekly) Tuesdays from 12:00-1:00 PM in SciLi 518
Let’s Talk is a community-based program designed to outreach to student populations that would not otherwise seek counseling services. Students and counselors engage in brief conversations regarding counseling services, community resources, and simple problem solving. Those who might benefit include students who are curious or uncertain about the benefits of counseling or those seeking to improve upon their self care. Conversations with Let's Talk counselors are confidential, with a few very rare exceptions. Dr. Linda Welsh of Counseling & Psychological Services will be at the FLi Center, Room 518, piloting Let’s Talk this semester. All students are welcome to come by the lounge and speak with her.