Brown Center for Students of Color

Campus Resources

Learn about the extensive support network across the University.

Welcomes women and men who have interests in issues of gender and in issues that concern women in particular. The Center offers a variety of services and programs, as well as meeting space for university and community groups.
Committed to maintaining an inclusive environment for the entire Brown community during this difficult time and works with partners across campus to ensure the collective work of promoting diversity and equity.

Undocumented, First-Generation College, and Low-Income Student Center (U-FLi Center)

Communal, learning, and advocacy center for members of the Brown community who identify with the undocumented, first-generation college, and/or low-income student experience.

The LGBTQ Center

Affirms the existence and development of LGBTQ individuals at Brown, and supports a strong and welcoming community among them and allies within the larger institution.

Offers a range of psychological treatment and prevention services in an inclusive, compassionate, affirming and socially just environment; including brief and intermittent individual psychological treatment, mental health support, medication management, training and consultation for faculty and staff, crisis stabilization, after hours assessment and urgent care, outreach programming, and groups.
Offers a variety of services including but not limited to physicals, birth control and gynecological care, STI and HIV screenings, immunization, dermatology services, and more.
Works to ensure that all beliefs can find a home on campus. Manning Chapel, Brown Hillel, and the Brown Muslim Student Center represent some of the more established centers for religious services at Brown. To promote communication and understanding among all religious groups, the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life sponsors a number of interfaith initiatives.