Curricular Resource Center

Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center, Room 228

The Curricular Resource Center (CRC) is a place where undergraduates advise each other about engaging with Brown's curriculum and its academic resources. Student coordinators share expertise about how to craft independent study projects and independent concentrations, how to discover learning opportunities away from campus, and how to prepare for a meaningful life after graduation.

The CRC was instituted in 1976 by undergraduates who wanted to make good on Brown's promise of a student-centered, interdisciplinary education. It continues to fulfill that promise today, offering peer advising for students seeking to make the most of their Brown experience, and to lead an engaged life both here on campus and in their work beyond Brown. For more information about the Center’s resources, stop by and speak to one of the student staff members in room 228, Robert Campus Center, or contact director Peggy Chang.