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

U-FLi Center

The Undocumented, First-Generation College and Low-Income Student Center (U-FLi Center) is a 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.

By providing undergraduate and graduate students with a dedicated space that affirms their intersectional identities and lived experiences, the U-FLi Center contributes to the well-being and success of U-FLi students at Brown University.

The U-FLi Center is housed within the Division of Campus Life at Brown. 


The U-FLi Center seeks to create alternative pathways for holistic student success that are rooted in intentional relationship building, shared learning, and collective action towards economic and immigrant justice.
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Programs and Advising

The U-FLi Center develops programming an provides resources that support the holistic development of the U-FLi student community at Brown. The center coordinates major programs including the Kessler Scholars, the U-FLi Peer Counselor and the Undocumented Student Programs.
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Brown University
Box 1998
5th Floor Sciences Library
201 Thayer Street
Providence, RI 02912