SEMESTER AT BROWN
Application deadlines: Feb 1 (Tougaloo) & Mar 1 (Brown) for next fall semester; Sept 1 (Tougaloo) and Oct 1 (Brown) for next spring semester.
Fill out a Statement of Interest and bring it to E. Morse-Gagne in BkC124 or to C. Wilson in Jamerson Hall.
Tougaloo College-Brown University Partnership
The Brown-Tougaloo Partnership is a multifaceted relationship between Tougaloo College and Brown University that was formed in 1963 and formalized in 1964, during the Civil Rights Era. The Partnership offers opportunities for student and faculty academic exchanges, collaborative research ventures, and administrative engagements.
This engagement between the histories and lives of a southern, historically black college and a northern, largely white Ivy-League university has inspired and influenced individuals on both campuses.
Since its inception, over 760 Tougaloo and Brown students and faculty have participated in the program.
The Brown-Tougaloo Partnership includes the following components: the Student Semester Exchange Program, the Civil Rights mini-exchange, the Black Lavender Experience mini-exchange, faculty exchanges and collaboration, and Early Identification Programs in Medicine and in Public Health.
Brown University Early Identification Program in Medicine
As part of the Tougaloo College-Brown University Program, the College and Brown's School of Medicine conduct a joint program in medical education. One to three students are identified at the end of their sophomore year as Brown Medical students, and a place is held for them in the medical school pending successful completion of pre-medical training at Tougaloo College.
Students usually do research at Brown prior to matriculation in the medical school. In addition, Early Identification students are required to participate in the student exchange program with Brown.