Division of Campus Life

Grad Student Opportunities

Your unique skills and experience deserve our special consideration.

The Division of Campus Life strives to supplement graduate students’ rigorous academic experiences with meaningful, supportive experiences outside the classroom that allow you to find connection, build community and strengthen leadership skills.

By collaborating with key campus partners, such as the Graduate School, the School of Professional Studies, the School of Engineering, The Warren Alpert Medical School and the School of Public Health, the Division of Campus Life is able to identify related and overlapping needs and opportunities in order to further integrate and support graduate students within the Brown community.

Building Graduate Student Community

Explore a selection of opportunities for grad students in the Division of Campus Life.

Discover the inclusive community of Graduate Student Council (GSC) recognized organizations at Brown.
Develop personal and professional skills that will support your success. 
In addition to community-building events and other opportunities, the Global Brown Center for International Students (GBC) hosts International Graduate Student Orientation to welcome and assist new students.

Looking for More?

Visit our campus partners for more opportunities for graduate students.

The Graduate Student Council (GSC) of Brown University is the student government organization for Brown’s graduate student community of approximately 2,600 members.
Graduate Community Fellows develop valuable leadership skills while strengthening the graduate community, identifying areas of need and proposing initiatives that help contribute to a sense of connectedness among graduate students.