Division of Campus Life

Campus Life

Educating undergraduate, graduate and medical school students to ensure their holistic success and providing resources and support for the Brown community.

We guide students throughout their journey.

During their time at Brown, students will engage with many of the resources available in the Division of Campus Life. They will be supported on their journey by staff members who provide developmental advising and mentoring, empower students to access resources and make more informed decisions, facilitate opportunities for students to find a sense of belonging and build relationships across differences, and foster leadership and life skills so students can thrive at Brown and beyond.  

Welcome from VP Estes    Experience Campus Life    Seek Support

We partner with parents and families.

Parents and families are a valued part of the Brown community and important partners in their student’s success. We invite parents and family members to learn more about what is happening on the Brown University campus and the wide range of services and resources that are available to students and their families.

Parent & Family Resources    Parent & Family Webinars    Parent & Family Newsletter

We collaborate and connect to empower student success.

Discover the inclusive community and comprehensive network of support that enables Brown students to excel academically, socially and personally. Our divisional roadmap, “Charting the Path for Student Success,” outlines goals and key action steps that guide our efforts, inviting intentional collaboration with campus and community partners, and ensuring that assessment of impact informs our path forward. 

About the Division     Campus Life Roadmap     Explore Our Impact

New structure for equity and compliance, now overseen by Campus Life

OIED enhances focus on diversity and inclusion

As of February 1, 2024, the federal compliance, reporting and investigatory functions involving discrimination and harassment (Title VI and VII), gender discrimination and sexual misconduct (Title IX) and disability discrimination and accessibility accommodations (ADA/504) are now managed by the newly-created Office of Equity Compliance and Reporting in the Division of Campus Life. This restructuring more closely connects the offices that manage incident reports with those that investigate those incidents and provide support to students. This office also supports faculty and staff who file reports, in close collaboration with the Office of the Provost and University Human Resources. 

The Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED), which previously managed these functions, remains focused on enhancing inclusion and diversity, including assessing and expanding inclusion and campus climate efforts, and continues to oversee affirmative action in employment and bias as it relates to our campus. 

Faculty, students, staff and University visitors should use the link below to report incidents or concerns about bias, discrimination, harassment, disability, gender discrimination and sexual violence.