For Visiting Undergrads
Enrich Your Undergraduate Experience
Undergraduates who are matriculated at other four-year colleges or universities and post-graduates are welcome to apply for admission to the Brown Summer Session.
Students must be in good standing at their institutions and, for courses with pre-requisites, have the necessary preparation. Visiting undergraduates may choose from a variety of undergraduate courses offered during the summer session.
Approximately 450 undergraduates take courses during the summer at Brown. While many students live off-campus during the summer, on-campus housing is available. Visit the Campus Life page for further details.
Required Forms for all Visiting Undergraduates
- Visiting Undergraduate Student Acceptance Form
- Disability and Medical Accommodations Form (if applicable)
Required Forms for all Visiting Undergraduates Living on Campus
Admission to the Summer Session is not linked to admission to Brown for degree purposes.
Any student wishing to apply to Brown for admission (first year or transfer) should request application materials from:
College Admission Office
For International students
When choosing their courses, non-native-English-speakers should consider their level of English proficiency and familiarity with the subject matter. Some courses require substantially more reading and writing than others. Students from non-English-speaking countries are required to submit copies of TOEFL scores: for success in Summer Session classes, we strongly recommend a TOEFL score above 100. Admission decisions are made based on the applicant's academic records and his/her standing at the college where degree work is being pursued. Other records or references in addition to the transcript may be requested. Applicants will be notified promptly of admission decisions.