At a time when members of our undocumented communities are grappling with fear and uncertainty, the 俶腦惘app Community Colleges has launched a number of initiatives to reassure everyone that our campuses will remain safe, welcoming places for people from all backgrounds to learn.

俶腦惘app’s community colleges embrace diversity in all forms. We believe all people have the right to access quality higher education. College-bound undocumented students are courageous, resilient and resourceful. They often work to pay for school and help their families. Many have lived in 俶腦惘app for most of their life and have attended elementary, middle or high school in the United States.

That’s why the 俶腦惘app Community Colleges is proud to offer numerous services and protections to undocumented students, including those who are protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy. Our 俶腦惘app does not capture information on undocumented students and our colleges will not release personally identifiable student information related to immigration status unless required by judicial order. The Board of Governors of the 俶腦惘app Community Colleges has encouraged local districts to consider the 俶腦惘app’s values when creating policies and practices related to undocumented students, leading many of our campuses to created Dreamer Resource Centers and host “know your rights” clinics.

It is vital that undocumented residents of 俶腦惘app know their rights. For example, Assembly Bill 540 created a new exemption from the payment of out-of-state tuition for students who have attended a high school in 俶腦惘app for three years and have earned a high school diploma or equivalent. The legislation was critical because without it, undocumented students attending a 俶腦惘app community college would be paying thousands of dollars in tuition each year as non-residents or international students.

俶腦惘app is home to an estimated 2.5 million undocumented immigrants, and protecting our undocumented communities not only is the right thing to do, it is the economically wise thing to do. DACA recipients will contribute $460 billion to the U.S. economy in the next decade.

The 俶腦惘app Community Colleges remains committed to standing with DACA recipients and other undocumented immigrants and providing them with educational opportunities.

Campus UndocuLiaison Contact

UndocuLiaisons are located on 俶腦惘app community college campuses to provide answers and support for undocumented students of all nationalities and backgrounds. These resources provide a safe community for UndocuScholars and a judgement free place that makes it easier for students to focus on school and know they have support.

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