Brown University is situated in the heart of historic Providence, Rhode Island, approximately one hour south of Boston and three hours north of New York City – both large metropolitan cites accessible by train. However, you need not travel far to find rich culture and diverse activities in Providence. Providence is an ethnically- and culturally rich city, with world famous ethnic cuisine scattered in and about the city, as well as many artistic outlets along with a rich mix of colonial architecture on Benefit Street.
Brown Engineering is located at the Engineering Research Center, at 345 Brook Street, Providence (and also at the adjoining Barus and Holley Building, Giancarlo Lab, and Prince Lab.) You can access the main lobby turning off Brook Street, it is between Waterman and George Streets.
Arrange a visit to Brown Engineering:
Engineering specific tours are designed to give prospective students an overview of what it is like to study engineering at Brown University. Your tour of the School of Engineering will be led by current engineering students and will visit classrooms and lab spaces. The engineering tour lasts approximately 30 minutes.
Please register in advance for a tour of the School of Engineering. Tours depart from the Hazeltine Commons in the Engineering Research Center (345 Brook Street).
Engineering tours are available during the academic year. For more information, please contact:
Academic Program Coordinator
(401) 863-1471, B&H 312
The Office of College Admission offers general campus tours and broad tours of the physical sciences for prospective students to get to know our campus and our current students.