Brown College is the largest of the ten residential colleges and one dormitory at Rice University. Founded in 1965 as an all-women's college, it became coed in 1987 and continues to stand out as an exemplary community and home for over 350 undergrads.
Brown has consistently demonstrated exceptional athletic ability in winning the President's Cup for college sports and boasts vibrant theater and Associates programs. With a student population actively involved in campus-wide leadership roles and clubs, Brown also sponsors numerous community and social events throughout the year, including two of Rice's most anticipated public parties: Bacchanalia and Margaritaville.
Brown furthermore has an active and efficient college government responsible for coordinating internal and external affairs in addition to writing and enforcing the rules and regulations that keep the community strong.