Taken from the LGBTQ Center’s website:
Brown generally has a very LGBTQ friendly environment. There is an active LGBTQ community at Brown. There are several LGBTQ student groups that cover a variety of interests. There are many opportunities for LGBTQ students and their allies to be involved in activities on and off campus. For more detailed information about student groups or to request to speak with a current Brown student please email us at email@example.com. You can also visit our Student Groups page.
Brown has a non-discrimination policy that includes sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. If at any time you experience any type of harassment or discrimination there are support systems in place to address bias incidents. You can report a bias incident to Brown Public Safety (Brown police), to the Office of Student Life or to the LGBTQ Resource Center. For more information about our bias incident response please contact the Coordinator of the LGBTQ Resource Center.
[Resources for Incoming Trans/Questioning Students Guide]
You can download the comprehensive Resources for Incoming Trans/Questioning Students Guide (3rd edition; Spring ’11) by clicking on the link. This guide was created by GenderAction, a subgroup of the Queer Alliance, and is revised/updated every year.
[Ask a Brown Student]
Through this Bruin Club program, you can get in touch with current Brown students. You can specifically request to be put in touch with a student who identifies under the LGBTQ umbrella.