Guest Students must abide by the University’s Code of Conduct and all related policies covering expected behavior in the classroom and when engaged with the Brown community, including those related to COVID-19. Brown University implemented a requirement that all community members who will be living and/or learning on campus must be vaccinated by July 1, 2021. Guest Students will be required to provide proof of full vaccination status prior to enrollment in any in-person courses. More information about this process, including protocols related to requesting medical or religious exemptions to this policy, will be provided in communications to accepted students. Failure to abide by these policies may result in a rescinding of course enrollment.
Guest Students are allowed to enroll in a maximum of six courses over ten years.
During Summer Session enrolling in two courses constitutes a full course of study, and enables the Division to issue supporting documentation. Participation in the Fall and Spring semesters does not constitute full-time study.
Based on visa guidelines, accepted Guest Students who require an F-1 visa to attend on-campus courses, must submit all supporting documentation by April 18, 2022. Students who do not submit supporting documents, or who enroll after this date without appropriate authorization, will be unable to attend in-person courses.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the Guest Student Program.
Current Baccalaureate Students
The Office of College Admissions supports the Visiting Undergraduate Program. To be eligible for that program, you must be a current bachelor's degree student. For more information about the Visiting Undergraduate Student Program and how to apply, please visit the Undergraduate Admission website.