Essential information and resources for undocumented college students, including scholarship opportunities, advice from fellow undocumented students, and information on how to apply to graduate school.
Navigating College: Learn from fellow undocumented college students about their experiences, struggles, sacrifices, and advice.
Community College: Advice on navigating community college while undocumented and resources on transferring to a 4-year college, including information about scholarship opportunities that are open to undocumented community college students.
Life After College: Whether you are barely starting college or getting ready to graduate, these are essential resources to help you find employment, grad school, and/or internship opportunities that are open to undocumented students.
Applying to Grad School: Check out these resources to help you navigate the grad school application process as an undocumented student; from questions about where to apply, when, and how, we are here to support you!
Immigration News: The political landscape is constantly changing. Check out this page to stay up-to-date with the latest immigration-related news and policies.
Get Involved: Whether you are looking for ways to support community efforts, considering becoming an organizer, or already a leader in your community, here are resources to help you stay connected and up-to-date, including news about upcoming events, webinars, and more.
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