“Healthy Brown” is a goal and a core value guiding efforts to ensure the health, safety and well-being of the Brown University community.
On July 7, 2020, President Christina H. Paxson shared Brown’s “Plan for a Healthy and Safe 2020-21,” providing the roadmap for the steps Brown is taking to mitigate the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic during the phased resumption of on-campus instruction and operations. Based on expert public health guidance and the downward trend of COVID-19 in Rhode Island as of early summer, Brown is pursuing a three-term academic calendar that provides for a “de-densified” approach for the transition of students to campus starting Fall 2020.
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The University will reduce the number of students studying in Providence, offer remote learning and instruction options, and implement extensive health and safety protocols and policies to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on campus.
Every office and department across Brown is part of a campus-wide effort to protect community health while sustaining Brown’s world-class education, teaching, research and service. This website serves as a gateway to the policies, protocols and resources that will continue to inform academic instruction; research, scholarship and discovery; and campus operations.
Brown’s “Plan for a Healthy and Safe 2020-21” provides the roadmap for the steps Brown is taking to mitigate the impact of the global pandemic during the phased resumption of on-campus instruction and operations.
In advancing its mission of education and research for the 2020-21 academic year and beyond, Brown is committed to the following guiding principles:
- We are committed to protecting the health of Brown’s students and employees.
- We are committed to developing plans with the goal of maintaining the financial well-being of students and employees, especially those who experience the greatest impact.
- We are committed to protecting Brown’s mission of education and research, including focusing resources on Brown’s highest priorities.
- We are committed to protecting the long-term financial health of the University.
- We are committed to transparency.
Healthy Brown Webinars
The University will host a webinar series for students, faculty and staff. Each webinar in the series will provide an opportunity to hear from Brown leaders and ask questions about the University’s academic year plans.