Can you visit Brown campus?

Campus Tours Undergraduate Admission offers tours most weekdays and select Saturdays. All tours begin at the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center at 75 Waterman St. in Providence.

Is Brown campus open to public?

Please be aware that while we are currently welcoming visitors to campus, in-person offerings are subject to change in accordance with changing public health guidelines.

Can I walk around Brown campus?

Because the street itself pre-dates automobiles, it is very pedestrian friendly. Any tour of Brown University will include a stroll on College Street. From Memorial Boulevard, visitors will walk across the pedestrian bridge.

Is Brown virtual?

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — Prospective students who want to check out Brown’s campus can now explore it remotely though the University’s newly launched virtual tour, an immersive online experience that offers visitors 360-degree views of multiple locations on campus as well as information about Brown history …

Where do Brown students hang out?

At Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, one of the few places where students can hang out around the clock is the basement of the university’s Science Library—or, as it’s commonly known to students, the SciLi basement.

What do Brown students do for fun?

There is everything, everything, everything as far as the social scene goes at Brown. There are always frat parties, dorm parties, organizations or clubs throwing galas or parties. There is always a play or an a capella show.

Do you need a car at Brown University?

You definitely do not need a car on campus- almost nobody does even in senior year. The longest walk you’ll ever have to make from end to end is 15 minutes. But with that said, Brown students are given free access to RIPTA, the statewide bus system.

Do Brown students have fun?

They are fun and a great way to meet people. Brown also has quite active ballroom and swing dancing clubs. Some people compete, and a lot more take lessons and go to weekly social dances.

What bars do Brown students go to?

The Best 10 Bars near Brown University in Providence, RI

  • The Eddy. 0.5 mi. 409 reviews.
  • Grad Center Bar. 0.3 mi. 61 reviews.
  • Free Play Bar Arcade. 0.6 mi. 109 reviews.
  • The Walnut Room. 0.2 mi. Cocktail Bars.
  • The Wild Colonial Tavern. 0.3 mi. 118 reviews.
  • Red Door. 0.3 mi.
  • Tiny Bar PVD. 0.7 mi.
  • The Point Tavern. 0.6 mi.

Is Brown a party school?

Brown is a party school. Well, for a school of smart, hard-working students, it’s a party school. The party scene is mostly urban, fraternities/sororities are an option, not the rule. Students tend to hang out at clubs or bars, but drinking is omnipresent.

Is Brown University stressful?

Brown University has been named the 4th happiest and 6th most stressful school by Newsweek’s The Daily Beast in its 3rd annual college rankings. Newsweek partnered with College Prowler to rank colleges on a number of hot topics–beauty, rigor, and affordability, to name just a few.

What is the Brown University campus tour?

The campus tour is an opportunity to explore Brown’s campus and learn about the academic experience, campus landmarks, residential life, dining and Brown history and traditions. Join a current Brown student to walk around Brown’s picturesque New England college campus while learning about the student experience.

How do I request a visit to Brown University’s campus?

To request one, please contact the admission office directly at 401-863-2379. Brown routinely hosts a wide variety of free, open-to-the-public events featuring scholars, speakers and performers from around the globe. View our University events calendar to see what’s happening on campus during your visit.

What is the Brown campus accessibility map?

This interactive campus map highlights campus buildings, exterior spaces, departments, rooms and more. Brown is committed to ensuring a fully equitable experience for individuals with disabilities. This campus accessibility map shows accessible entrances, parking, paths and lift locations.

How do I find available dates for a hosted virtual campus tour?

Available dates for our Hosted Virtual Campus Tour are highlighted in green. All events are listed in U.S. Eastern Time (ET). Please visit this website to coordinate with the time zone of your location.