Though prior research has studied the association between discrimination and mental health and language brokering and mental health separately, very few have studied the association between all three variables. The current study aimed to fill that gap by exploring the effects of language brokering on the relationship between discrimination and mental health in college-aged young adults. Two hundred and fifty-seven Latine young adults participated in the study (M age= 22, SD= 2.46) and the majority identified as female (81.7%). Participants completed a one-time online survey regarding demographics, language brokering, discrimination experiences, life satisfaction and depression. Results support the role of language brokering as a mediator between discrimination and mental health. Findings also show a high rate of depression among this age group as well as a high number of participants having experienced discrimination in the past year. Implications and conclusions suggest the need for accessible mental health services for this age group and public policy efforts to combat discrimination.