Brown Center for Students of Color

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The Brown Center for Students of Color (BCSC) hosts programs that build and affirm community by centering our ways of knowing and being.

The MPC Peer Counselor program raises awareness of the many barriers that continue to challenge minority students' ability to thrive in a diverse environment. MPCs address the needs and concerns of communities of color, especially those who did not attend Third World Transition Program. 
The Student Advisory Board (SAB) helps the Director develop the vision and strategic plan for the Brown Center for Students of Color. The BCSC would not be what it is today without student activism. It is critical that student input be considered in planning the BCSC’s future.
The BCSC, in collaboration with student organizations, academic and co-curricular departments as well as other centers, sponsor and collaborates on over 50 lectures and programs throughout the academic year to which all Brown students are invited surrounding topics of race, cultural celebration, social justice and resistance. They are represented in our six Heritage Series.
Opportunities for graduate students of color to gather, network, mentor, and build support networks throughout the graduate experience.