The Brown Arts Initiative comprises six academic departments and two affiliated programs in the performing, literary and visual arts.
Resources for Neighbors
The Brown Bears compete at the highest level of intercollegiate athletics in the NCAA Division I.
The Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies is the intellectual and artistic center at Brown for faculty and students interested in the aesthetic, historical, literary, practical, and theoretical explorations of performance in global perspective.
A great university is always a work in progress and supporting Brown's academic enrichment initiatives means creating new spaces for research, teaching, and living.
Brown's 10-year strategic plan, "Building on Distinction: A New Plan for Brown," offers the broad vision and goals for the University’s future.
The Brown is Green (BIG) website report progress on Brown University’s sustainability programs and related goals.
On any given week, Brown hosts an extraordinary variety of events—lectures, performances, exhibitions, concerts, readings, film screenings, and more.
The Swearer Center connects students, faculty and community partners through community engagement, engaged scholarship and social innovation.
Resources for the Brown community
Brown employees contemplating a run for political office should consult Brown's policy.
The purpose of this policy is to specify permitted use and restrictions of University facilities and resources for politically-related activity on campus by students and employees.
This Report on Activities updates the University on GCR’s progress toward Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan goals; presents an assessment and findings from a recent survey of Brown’s community engagement activities; and makes initial recommendations on creating a more strategic vision of community engagement for the University.