Maddock Alumni Center
38 Brown Street (corner of George)
Your home on the Brown campus
Traveling to Providence on business or pleasure? Need internet access? Want to meet a friend, but don’t fancy standing outside in the Providence rain, sleet or snow? Come to the home office of the Brown Alumni Association (BAA) and the Alumni Relations staff.
The BAA wants Maddock to be an accessible and useful space for all alumni and a more welcoming center for alumni and student engagement on campus. Do you have ideas or suggestions for how we might better utilize Maddock Alumni Center? Send us your thoughts!
Visit the historic Goddard-Iselin House
Named in honor of Paul L. Maddock ’33, the Maddock Alumni Center occupies the former home of Chancellor William Goddard, Class of 1846, whose family built the house around 1830.
Make the most of your campus visit
At Maddock, you’ll find one-stop shopping for information on campus tours, libraries, local accommodations, local restaurant listings (often with some informed advice as to what to try—or not), what’s going on, and complimentary passes for the Brown Athletic facilities and the Faculty Club.
Engage with Brown
Stop in to find out how you can become involved in or support one or more of the many BAA programs that serve Brown students, potential students, and alumni. It’s an opportunity to get behind and be a part of an ever-evolving Brown.
Enjoy the Maddock Walkway and Garden
The Alumni Brick Walkway, home to thousands of bricks honoring Brown alumni, parents and friends, enables alumni to celebrate their lifelong connection to Brown. Celebrate your connection and support alumni programs by purchasing a brick for this centerpiece of Maddock’s beautifully landscaped garden.
Hours of operation (Monday-Friday):
Mid-August through June 30: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
July and early August: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.