Faculty and staff at Brown recognize that physical, mental and emotional health and well-being are essential to the ability of every student — undergraduate, graduate and medical — to take full advantage of the academic opportunities on campus. The University offers a wide range of dedicated services in support of health and wellness.
Health Services provides holistic care that is respectful of students' personal, cultural and social identities. Health professionals offer visits for urgent and routine care, 24/7 nursing advice, and on-site lab, pharmacy and X-ray services.
CAPS provides a range of mental health services, including individual counseling, referral services, crisis stabilization, after-hours care, outreach programming and support groups.
Through health campaigns, workshops, peer education and individual appointments, BWell provides health promotion services to support individual and community well-being and a healthy learning environment.
Launched as a student club in 1978, the student-staffed Brown EMS offers 24/7 emergency care to the campus community.
SEAS facilitates accessibility services for students, faculty, staff and visitors with physical, psychological and learning disabilities.
Deans and staff members assist with a wide range of issues that can arise, both by appointment and through 24-hour crisis support, enabling students to thrive in their academic pursuits.