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  • To a soundtrack of bells tolling and bagpipes playing, Brown University’s 2,693 newest undergraduate, graduate and medical students processed through the Van Wickle Gates and along a path lined with cheering families and applauding faculty and staff on Tuesday, Sept. 4.

In addition to 1,657 first-year undergraduates in Brown’s Class of 2022, the University welcomed 826 master’s and doctoral candidates, 144 medical students, 10 scholars in the Resumed Undergraduate Education program and 56 transfer students.

– Brown Class of 2022: A Snapshot –

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for Brown’s newest students. Arriving on College Hill from 47 states and 64 countries, Brown’s 1,723 incoming undergraduates have said goodbye to loved ones, moved into residence halls, traveled through the Van Wickle Gates, attended Convocation and navigated a busy schedule of Orientation events. And now, they’re in the throes of shopping classes as they begin their journey through the Open Curriculum.

A total of 35,437 students applied for admission to Brown’s undergraduate Class of 2022. The University admitted 2,718 students (7.7 percent), yielding a matriculating class of 1,657. (The addition of 10 incoming Resuming Undergraduate Education students and 56 transfers makes for the total of 1,723 first-year students.) Here's a breakdown of the new class:

Gender
868 women (52 percent) and 789 men (48 percent)

Diversity
42 percent of the class are students of color
10 percent of students are first-generation college students 
Financial aid 

43 percent of the class will receive need-based scholarship or grant aid
Academic interests

Among the most popular intended areas of concentration are engineering; business; entrepreneurship and organizations; computer science; biology; biochemistry and molecular biology; political science; economics; English; applied mathematics; and history.

Geography
Members of the class come from 47 U.S. states and 64 countries
15 percent of students were educated abroad
After the U.S., the top countries represented are China, India, Canada, the United Kingdom and South Korea

#Brown2022 | #BrownWelcome | #BrownUniversity

      

  • With the help of a Brown summer research grant, two undergraduates are helping to develop a course that explores the chemical processes underpinning art making. (🏷️ Brunonia)

      

  • Through a BrownConnect internship, public policy concentrator Hannah Rosenstein spent the summer interning at a Boston-based refugee resettlement center. Read more: http://bit.ly/2oN6HrV

      

  • The University’s ceremonial Van Wickle Gates open for only two reasons: when new students enter campus to begin their studies and when new graduates depart for the world beyond Brown. Welcome to Brown! 🐻🎉#Brown2022 #BrownWelcome

      

  • Brown President Christina Paxson welcomes all first-year Brown students at the University’s 255th Opening Convocation ceremony and introduces this year’s keynote speaker: Richard M. Locke, provost and professor of political science and international and public affairs. #Brown2022 #BrownWelcome

      

  • Today at 4 p.m., Brown President Christina Paxson will welcome all first-year Brown students at the University’s 255th Opening Convocation ceremony and then introduce this year’s keynote speaker: Richard M. Locke, provost and professor of political science and international and public affairs. 

The ceremony will be live-streamed: brown.edu/web/livestream Join the conversation and share your photos, videos and messages with #Brown2022 and #BrownWelcome

      

  • What better way to meet new classmates than a Midnight Organ Concert?!  🎹🌙

In this Brown tradition, University organist Mark Steinbach performs on Brown’s remarkable Hutchings – Votey pipe organ. Built in 1903, the organ is the largest of its type in the world, with over 300 pipes and more than 100 miles of wire. 

📲 Share your photos, videos and messages with #Brown2022 and #BrownWelcome ✈️🚚🐻🔑📦📚

      

  • "Families of the Class of 2022, it is my sincere pleasure to welcome you to Brown. I can remember arriving here 21 years ago with my parents but I'm guessing that in some ways our experiences may be similar. 

I remember driving up College Hill, passing the Van Wickle gates. Our family car was stuffed with overflowing boxes, and overflowing emotions. Looking around each orientation, I smile as I see this tradition: students helping students, parents helping parents. Everyone getting settled in. 

And indeed I'm sure you have begun to see just how important community and active participation is to us at Brown this weekend; because this tradition of taking an active role to help one another defines the Brown community." –Rashid Zia '01, dean of the college

📲 Share your photos, videos and messages with #Brown2022 and #BrownWelcome ✈️🚚🐻🔑📦📚

      

  • Some words of wisdom for move-in weekend. Have any tips for your fellow Brunonians as they unpack? Leave a comment! 

📲 Share your photos, videos and messages with #Brown2022 #BrownMoveIn and #BrownWelcome ✈️🚚🐻🔑📦📚

      

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  • Undergraduate team helps to develop drone-based intro robotics course

      

  • Viva says apply to Brown!

      

To a soundtrack of bells tolling and bagpipes playing, Brown University’s 2,693 newest undergraduate, graduate and medical students processed through the Van Wickle Gates and along a path lined with cheering families and applauding faculty and staff on Tuesday, Sept. 4. In addition to 1,657 first-year undergraduates in Brown’s Class of 2022, the University welcomed 826 master’s and doctoral candidates, 144 medical students, 10 scholars in the Resumed Undergraduate Education program and 56 transfer students. – Brown Class of 2022: A Snapshot – It’s been a busy couple of weeks for Brown’s newest students. Arriving on College Hill from 47 states and 64 countries, Brown’s 1,723 incoming undergraduates have said goodbye to loved ones, moved into residence halls, traveled through the Van Wickle Gates, attended Convocation and navigated a busy schedule of Orientation events. And now, they’re in the throes of shopping classes as they begin their journey through the Open Curriculum. A total of 35,437 students applied for admission to Brown’s undergraduate Class of 2022. The University admitted 2,718 students (7.7 percent), yielding a matriculating class of 1,657. (The addition of 10 incoming Resuming Undergraduate Education students and 56 transfers makes for the total of 1,723 first-year students.) Here's a breakdown of the new class: Gender 868 women (52 percent) and 789 men (48 percent) Diversity 42 percent of the class are students of color 10 percent of students are first-generation college students Financial aid 43 percent of the class will receive need-based scholarship or grant aid Academic interests Among the most popular intended areas of concentration are engineering; business; entrepreneurship and organizations; computer science; biology; biochemistry and molecular biology; political science; economics; English; applied mathematics; and history. Geography Members of the class come from 47 U.S. states and 64 countries 15 percent of students were educated abroad After the U.S., the top countries represented are China, India, Canada, the United Kingdom and South Korea #Brown2022 | #BrownWelcome | #BrownUniversity

 

 

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