By RACHEL FREEMAN Check out these private colleges that admit undocumented students as domestic students instead of international students! Please note that the application deadline for regular decision for most colleges on this list is January 1st, 2017. And please refer… Read More ›
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Brown University’s New Admissions Policy: How It Came About and Advice on Applying from Current Students and Faculty
By KEVIN ESCUDERO, SILVINA HERNANDEZ, RENATA MAURIZ, LINDA MEDINA, ANAMARIA MENESES LEON, and ALEXIS RODRIGUEZ-CAMACHO According to a September 12, 2016 announcement, Brown University shifted its admissions and financial aid policies to treat undocumented students as domestic students in calculating… Read More ›
If you are an undocumented undergraduate student (or high school student planning on attending college), join our growing national network today! As part of the network, you will be able to: – Connect with fellow prospective/current/former undocumented college students across the country… Read More ›
Spotlight on Williams College: Another Private College that Admits Undocumented Students as Domestic Students!
By RACHEL FREEMAN Williams College, a prestigious private liberal arts college in Massachusetts, admits undocumented students (including students with and without DACA) as domestic students instead of international students. Williams College is “need-blind” for domestic students and meets 100% of all… Read More ›
By CAROLINA VALDIVIA As part of the National College Fair to be held at Chicago, IL, on Saturday, October 1st, there will be a workshop focused on college and financial aid access to undocumented students titled “DREAMers Pathway to College.” The… Read More ›
(Last updated on December 2016) As you look for colleges to apply to, we know that it is helpful to know which schools admit and financially support undocumented students. That is why we have put together this growing list of all… Read More ›
By RACHEL FREEMAN Brown University, an Ivy League university in Providence, Rhode Island, announced yesterday that they would begin admitting first-year undocumented undergraduate students (including students without DACA) as if they were U.S. citizens and not international students. Brown will meet… Read More ›
Spotlight on Cornell University: A private university that will begin admitting students with DACA as domestic applicants this fall!
By RACHEL FREEMAN Cornell University is a prestigious private university located in Ithaca, New York. Beginning in the Fall of 2016, applicants from any state in the country who have DACA will be considered as domestic students for admission instead of… Read More ›
By CAROLINA VALDIVIA Médicos, Enfermeros, y Dentistas Para El Pueblo (MEDPEP) is a medical preparation and education pipeline program designed to support economically and educationally disadvantaged Latino and underrepresented minority students. This year-long program offers a welcome day, six Saturday workshops (three… Read More ›
By ALEJANDRA CORBELLA We all know that the summer is long and many of us have a lot of free time. A good way to use our time is to start thinking about and preparing for college. If you are undocumented… Read More ›
By RACHEL FREEMAN Wesleyan University, a prestigious, private university located in Connecticut, recently announced they would start considering undocumented students (including students without DACA) who graduate from an American high school in any state as if they are U.S. citizens or… Read More ›
By ALEJANDRA CORBELLA As undocumented high school seniors, college can be a scary thing. We are not only challenged in the classroom, but outside of it as well. We face fear, lack of encouragement from school authorities and financial barriers. Also,… Read More ›
Spotlight on Swarthmore College: Another Private College to Admit Undocumented Students as Domestic Students!
By RACHEL FREEMAN Swarthmore College, a prestigious small liberal arts college near Philadelphia, recently announced that they are need-blind for all undocumented students (including students without DACA!) who graduate from a US high school. “At Swarthmore College, we value different viewpoints,… Read More ›