Welcome to the Curricular Resource Center!
The Curricular Resource Center (CRC) is a place where students help each other engage with Brown's curriculum and utilize its academic resources. Founded in 1976 to support the fullest use of the new curriculum, today the CRC's Director, student coordinators and volunteers facilitate specific programs and advising efforts, such as the independent studies and independent concentration proposal process, and advising about gap years and time off from college.
In addition, the CRC staff works with other departments and peer advising programs to best provide a broad spectrum of advice about the wealth of curricular resources at Brown. A center of the Dean of the College, the CRC is a great starting point for students seeking academic advice from other students and a community of support.
The CRC's 2013-2014 Annual Report is now available here!