Academics & Life at Brown
The Open Curriculum will give you the right to choose and the freedom to be the architect of your own education.
After their years of service in the military, many veterans feel they have the maturity and desire to tailor their education to their specific academic curiosities. Some of our current student veterans wishes to gain the broadest perspective possible by taking a wide breadth of differing courses, others refine their focus to a few dedicated interests.
No matter the path you choose to take during your time at Brown, the undergraduate college's Open Curriculum will give you the right to choose and the freedom to be the architect of your own education. For those entering Brown as a graduate or medical student, the respect Brown affords you as the learner and the excellence it challenges you to achieve capitalize on the experience you bring as a veteran.
Life at Brown offers veterans a place not only to explore their academic curiosities, but their varied personal interests as well. Boasting more than 500 student organizations, Brown students are involved in a variety of activities including the arts, sports, media, international and community service, and many more.
Located in the 2nd floor of University Hall, the Office of the Dean of the College oversees all aspects of the undergraduate academic experience at Brown. Deans hold open office hours every day.
The Office of the Dean of the College includes multiple resource centers available to help you make the most of your educational experience at Brown.