The First-Generation College and Low-Income Scholars Program (FLiSP) is a year-long community enrichment program for a cohort of first-year students who identify with any of the following student populations served by the U-FLi Center: undocumented, first-generation-college and/or low-income (U-FLi). FLiSP aims to cultivate a strong community of leaders committed to social change by amplifying the strengths and knowledge that U-FLi students already bring with them when they come to Brown.
Through collaborative bi-weekly events, strengths-based advising and navigational tools, scholars create meaningful connections among each other, develop their leadership and expertise around campus resources and establish a collective of supportive peers, faculty and staff. FLiSP utilizes a holistic view of U-FLi student development that equips them to thrive on mental, academic and social levels.
Must be a first-year student who identifies with any of the following student populations served by the U-FLi Center: undocumented, first-generation and/or low-income.
Click here to access the application for the `21-`22 FLi Scholar cohort.
The application is now live and consists of general questions and five short answer questions for us to get to know you. The deadline to submit is Sunday, August 1st at 11:59 pm ET.
Please message [email protected] if you have any questions.