April 18th, 2014 @ 04:35 pm
Dear First-Year Advisors and Meiklejohns, Next Tuesday, the 22th, is the end of the pre-registration period, and Thursday the 24th is the final day of scheduled classes.  (Classes not observing Reading Period end on May 6.)  This week's email is devoted to the University's final exam attendance policy; please refer…

April 18th, 2014 @ 04:25 pm
Dear Transfer and RUE students: This email contains important information for Transfer and RUE students about Brown's Writing Requirement, which you should have in mind as you consider your courses for Fall 2014. Brown's Writing Requirement is described in detail -- with special notes for students who transferred to Brown…

April 18th, 2014 @ 12:40 pm
Dear sophomore advisors,  Please see below an email we just sent to all 3rd and 4th semester students regarding the Writing Requirement.  Thank you for helping your advisees with this important aspect of their Brown education, and don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions. Best, Ann Gaylin &…

Liberal Learning Goals

Engage with your community

Your general education at Brown will be enriched by the many kinds of work you do beyond the classroom. Real-world experiences anchor intellectual pursuits in practical knowledge and help you develop a sense of social and global responsibility. Internships, public service, and other community activities both on campus and beyond Brown not only have the potentialto strengthen your core programs; they also can strengthen your moral core, by showing you how and why your liberal studies matter. Looking beyond the horizon of your immediate interests and sharing your knowledge and talents with others can expand intellectual and ethical capacities. And, even more important, allowing others beyond Brown to teach you can offer invaluable insight leading to a fuller and more engaged life, or, in the words of the Brown charter, "a life of usefulness and reputation."

Full Statement on Liberal Learning at Brown

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To report emergencies: 4111
(From off campus 863-4111)
Dean of the Day (8:30 a.m. - 5p.m.): 863-3145
Dean on Call (weekends and evenings): 863-3322
To report emergencies: 4111
(From off campus 863-4111)
Tips and Rumor hot line: 863-2200
Anonymous crime report: 863-2200
863-3476 (business hours)
863-3953 (after hours)

Available through Psychological Services" on-call system. The on-call counselor provides confidential crisis support and information and is available to accompany a victim to the hospital.


Confidential services include support for a survivor or the friends of a survivor, help filing a complaint (if that is the student"s choice), and educational programs for the student community.


Confidential consultation for faculty, staff, and students provided by the Dean for Issues of Chemical Dependency.

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