- Ranked 52 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2013-2014
- Ranked 54 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014-2015
- Ranked 52 QS World University Rankings 2014
- Ranked 47 QS World University Rankings 2013
- Ranked 49 QS World University Rankings 2015
- Ranked 51 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016
- Ranked 53 QS World University Rankings 2018
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About Brown University
Brown students are curious and engaged; active involvement outside the classroom is central to Brown’s culture. A huge variety of student organizations, activities and events, athletics, exhibitions and performances, and educational opportunities keep campus lively. Each day brings new experiences that allow students to engage their passions. Brown’s close-knit community is reflected in its housing and dining systems. Students live in residence halls arranged on scenic, grassy quads and courtyards. Historic Providence neighbourhoods offer apartments for graduate and medical students, and some upper-year students who live off-campus. Brown’s two major dining halls are called the Sharpe Refectory and the Verney-Woolley that serve tasty options all day, and are supplemented by snack carts and late-night eateries across campus.
The office of Campus Life & Student Services oversees many of the events, services, programs and initiatives that make Brown home: health and wellness, campus and community involvement, spiritual life, and a network of support. Brown University has many galleries, shops, and restaurants supply convenience, enrichment, and entertainment.
Brown University is a private Ivy League research university in Providence, Rhode Island.
Brown University offers housing on and off campus. There are two types of housing:
- Residential Life : Brown’s housing system is full of variety and services a vibrant, diverse community. First-year undergrads live with a roommate in close-knit “units” of 50 to 60 first-years. Through an annual “housing lottery,” students in upper years pick their exact room, whether a private single or with friends in a suite or apartment.
- Off-Campus Living : Many seniors and graduate students live near campus in either Brown-owned or non-University apartments or houses.
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