Identification and referral to appropriate resources are an important part of the work we do. Below, you will find a list of resources at Brown that are intended to support your success both within and outside of the classroom.
For resources marked "confidential," please see the definition below.
Your academic progress and/or milestones?
Contact your Department/Division or Program, Director of Graduate Studies, Advisors or Chairs.
Your academic concerns, advocacy help or fellowships?
The Graduate School's Associate Dean of Academic Affairs is the primary contact, but you can begin the conversation with any dean at the Graduate School. The Academic Affairs Manager is an additional contact for you. See the Dean's & Staff page for contact details.
Your academic funding?
See the Graduate School's Financing & Support webpage, speak with a dean or the Office of Financial Aid. For questions about advanced funding in the humanities and social science, the Associate Dean of Student Development is the primary contact.
Diversity and inclusion, campus climate, mentoring or avenues for recourse?
Your professional development?
HEALTH & WELLNESS
Making an appointment or seeking confidential advice on mental health and physical health or wellness?
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Seeking confidential counsel or support?
Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life
Seeking confidential help for sexual violence or abuse?
Graduate School Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Health or wellness resources or a consultation?
B’ Well Health Promotion
Fitness and recreation?
Athletics and Physical Education
A personal, medical or family matter?
Make an appointment with the Graduate School Dean of Student Support: Discuss concerns and academic implications
For evening or weekend emergencies: call Public Safety (401-863-3322) and ask to speak to the Administrator on Call.
Issues arising from life at Brown?
Disability services or support for medical conditions or temporary injuries?
Confidential: “Confidential” means that the designated office or campus professionals can maintain the confidentiality of a complainant’s disclosures. They cannot reveal identifiable information shared by an individual to any other person without express permission of the individual, or as otherwise permitted or required by law.