Undergraduate Financial Aid

Other Types of Aid

Brown sponsors a range of research and professional programs that provide financial aid to students who qualify.

If you are taking winter courses at Brown, you may qualify for a Brown Winter Grant.

Other Opportunities at Brown

Students participating in an UTRA are offered a fellowship for study or research by working closely with a faculty member. The work can be based on a student's initiative, particular question or specialized ability. The UTRA program is coordinated by the Office of the Dean of the College.
ROTC, or Reserve Officers' Training Corps, is a college leadership program sponsored by the U.S. Military. Offered by the Army, Navy and Air Force (with the Naval ROTC including a Marine Corps commissioning track), ROTC offers qualified students full-tuition scholarships as well as monthly stipends.
Internships allow career exploration, develop professional skills, build résumés and develop students as better candidates for later internships and eventually full-time jobs.
Managed by the Center for Careers and Life After Brown, the Brown LINK provides financial assistance to a limited number of students pursuing career-related internships over the summer. This is a competitive program with application deadlines in March and April.