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Undocumented Students for Education Equity (USEE) is an undocumented student organization at Arizona State University. Our purpose is to expand individual, group, and institutional capacity to openly address representation of undocumented students and contribute to a safe and respectful campus environment.
United We Dream is a national network for undocumented youth that offers webinars, scholarships, and updated information on current immigration legislation.
Life After College This is a guide for undocumented students that offers undocumented students a guide on schools, internships, studying abroad opportunities, job opportunities and emotional well-being.
You Got DACA, Now What? This is a resource for DACA students with frequently asked questions regarding opportunities available for DACA students and next steps.
ScholarshipsA-Z Tutorials for College Going Students offer undocumented and DACA students scholarship opportunities and offers additional resources such as deportation defense guides and assistance with writing resumes and cover letters.
National Immigration Law Center is a leading organization in the U.S. that is exclusively dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of low-income immigrants. This offers updated information on immigration policy and legislation.
Questions for Undocumented Students to Ask This offers DACA students sample questions to prepare them before applying to a university.
U.S. Department of Education Resource Guide The U.S. Department of Education has compiled a Resource Guide to assist and enhance efforts to support undocumented youth at the secondary and postsecondary school levels. Intended for educators, counselors and students teachers who wish to learn how to better support all students - regardless of actual or perceived immigration status.
United We Dream - DEEP United We Dream is a national immigrant youth-led organization that runs DREAM Educational Empowerment Program (DEEP) to advocate for educational justice. The website contains a list of resources to contribute to the continuous learning, advocacy work and support of the undocumented immigrant youth community.
Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC) Educators for Fair Consideration is a project based out of California that offers an array of programs and services that holistically address the needs of undocumented students. Their website contains extensive resources for educators and students.
National Association for College Admission Counseling The National Association for College Admission Counseling hosts a webpage with links to resources on DACA, college readiness and policy impacting undocumented youth.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Toolkit The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has published a reference guide to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program containing answers to frequently asked questions and guidelines for the application process.
College Advising Guide for Undocumented Students
College Advising Guide for Undocumented Students from the Illinois Association for College Admission Counseling (IACAC).
Congressman Ed & Verma Pastor Scholarship
Scholarships for Undocumented Student by Generation Progress
Educators for Fair Consideration – Scholarships
Isac Amaya Foundation
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Latino College Dollars
College Greenlight – List of 26 Scholarships for Undocumented Students
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Salvadoran American Leadership & Educational Fund
David-Sputter Scholarship Fund
Paloma Delgado Student Advocate Pdelgado1@asu.edu Downtown Post Office, Room 243 522 N.Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004
Student Advocate Olivia.firstname.lastname@example.org Sutton Hall, Suite 240 480-727-5269
Kacee Collard Jarnot Student Advocate Kacee.email@example.com University Center Building, Room 301 602-543-8157