Starting May 20, the Office of College Admission will have a new home in the Jewelry District. Preparations are underway to move from Corliss-Brackett House at 45 Prospect St., its home for the last 40 years, to 200 Dyer St., an address it will share with Continuing Education. The portions of the office responsible for public programming — campus tours and information sessions for prospective students and other guests — will remain in the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center, with more prominent signage coming this summer. “This spring, the Office of College Admission welcomed a record number of visiting students and their parents to campus, and we will continue to welcome the thousands of annual visitors who come to see all that Brown has to offer,” said Jim Miller, dean of admission. “Our move to 200 Dyer will provide us with more space to fulfill the administrative side of our duties and will free up space on the main campus that will be used more effectively for academic purposes.” The Department of Philosophy and some offices from the Department of Economics will relocate to Corliss-Brackett. “As we move forward with the campus planning process, one of our priorities will be making sure that academic spaces have a central location on the College Hill area of campus,” said Russell Carey, executive vice president for planning and policy. “The relocation of the administrative side of the Admission Office is aligned with our planning goals, including strengthening our presence in the Jewelry District.”