There are various areas throughout the School designed for student use:
- Computer lab (Room 251): This room is available to students on a first-come-first-serve basis whenever it is not being used for a course. The room contains monitors for students to work on personal laptops
- Graduate Student Lounge: Open to all graduate students; located on the third floor
- Kitchenettes (outside of the second floor classrooms and adjacent to student mailboxes on the third floor): Students have access to vending machines, a sink, microwave, refrigerator/freezer, and coffee maker. Please note that the kitchenette nearest to the Quiet Lounge is reserved for faculty and staff
- Quiet Lounge: Located between Room 375 and the Dean's Suite, this space is perfect for studying and resting between classes
By using this space, master's students agree to the policies outlined below:
Access to 225 Dyer (4th and 5th floors):
- Students have access to SPS from 5pm-10pm on weekdays and 8:30am-10pm on weekends.
- Students are welcome to use the common space and select conference rooms
- All entrance doors to the 4th and 5th floors must remain closed and not be propped open
- Rooms can be reserved by faculty & staff; depart room if it has been reserved by others
- Room reservations will appear on the electronic display panel outside the room
Use of space:
- Do not use a non-erasable marker on the white boards
- Do not leave work on white board with an assumption it will be left as-is
- Do not write on the glass walls/doors
- Equipment and lights should be turned off after use
- Do not consume food in the refrigerators or kitchens
- Do not leave dirty dishes or paper products in the sink
- Do not leave food out. Trash cans, including those in the kitchens, are not emptied between Friday afternoon and Sunday afternoon
- Clean up after use, including trash and food
School of Public Health
- Health Room (Room 360; behind classroom 375): Reserve Health Room
TA Office Hour Space
Our office is responsible for reserving space for all courses, labs, discussion sections, and faculty & TA office hours that are held in the building. To schedule faculty or TA office hours, please email firstname.lastname@example.org the following information:
- The class you are teaching or TAing for
- The days and times you wish to hold your office hours
- Whether you plan to meet with students one-on-one or in a group setting
SPH Room Reservations for Student Events
Please find below the room capacities for reservable rooms at the School of Public Health. Email email@example.com to request a room reservation.
|245||Auditorium - Large Seminar Room||82|
|247||Seminar Room, aka "the bowling alley"||25|
|259||Conference Room, PPH||14|
|331||PH East 3rd Floor CR||30|
|360||PH Health Room||1|
The Rockefeller Library has a number of group study rooms on the first and second floors that are available for reservations from 30 minutes to 2 hours: Reserve Group Study Room
Brown supports all people in using the restroom that aligns with their gender identity. For anyone who would like to use a gender-inclusive restroom, please visit floors 2, 3 or 5 at the School of Public Health.
Complimentary menstrual products – sponsored by the Brown UCS and GSC – can be found on all but the 5th floors at the School of Public Health. View the full campus map/directory.
Lockers are available to all master’s students (and doctoral students with a demonstrated need on a case-by-case basis). Lockers are located on the second and third floors of the SPH building. View the Locker Policy and Request Form.
All graduate students at the School of Public Health are provided with University Mail Services delivery. Mailboxes are located on the third floor of the SPH building and grouped alphabetically by last name. View the Student Mail Services Policy.
All doctoral students at the School of Public Health are assigned to an individual work space (carrel) at the School. Carrel spaces are typically organized by program and are located on floors 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7.