Graduate School

Living & Resources

Many Brown offices are involved in providing resources that support training, research, professional development and student life.

Navigating Brown and the Area

Consult the pages in this section for information about student life, both inside and outside the University.

It's okay to ask for help. At Brown, we care about the whole you and work with you to support your success.
Student groups can enrich the experience at Brown. See a list of student groups on the Graduate Student Council page.


Providence, Rhode Island, is a place of distinctive people, original thinking, and local pride. Lucky for you, Brown is right in the middle of it all.
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Brown’s Graduate School attracts students from all over the world, providing rich opportunities to learn and collaborate in our increasingly global community.
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Campus Resources

Brown University provides a wide range of personal, professional, and academic support services to the student body, faculty, and community through a variety of campus-based offices and centers.
The main campus occupies 151.7 acres on the East Side of Providence and in the Knowledge District, including 243 buildings.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) is the primary political and social body for graduate students at Brown.
Information and resources on the University policy, what to do if you have been assaulted, how to report an incident and prevention and education.
Resources available to you and all students in the Brown community.