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    • 10 Things Educators Can Do To Help Undocumented and DACAmented Youth 

      Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education (Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education, 2017-02-16)
      The recently issued Executive Orders pertaining to immigration have significantly impacted many students and scholars at higher education institutions across the country. On community college campuses, students have ...
    • 2020 Undergraduate Scholarships that Don't Require Proof of U.S. Citizenship or Legal Permanent Residency 

      Immigrants Rising (Immigrants Rising, 2020-08-01)
      Undocumented immigrants face diverse challenged when pursuing postsecondary education. The imposition of out-of-state tuition fees effectively keeps them out of college in most of the United States. This report provides a ...
    • A Dream Deferred 

      Atfeh, Mouhannad; Duperrault, Julia; Wejsa, Shari
      Georgia’s undocumented immigrant youth face challenges that their counterparts in other states do not. Georgia is one of three states that legally bars its public university system from offering in-state tuition rates to ...
    • Access to higher education for undocumented students: “Outlaws” of social justice, equity, and equality 

      Harmon, Corinne; Carne, Glenda; Lizardy-Hajbi, Kristina; Wilkerson, Eugene (Journal of Praxis in Multicultural Education, 2010)
      The marginalization of undocumented students in accessing higher education— as evidenced by the absence of social justice, equity, and equality—has created an underground movement that is based in feminist and critical ...
    • Accessing College as an Undocumented Student in Oregon 

      Educational Credit Management Corporation (Educational Credit Management Corporation, 2018)
      A recent estimate by The Migration Policy Institute shows approximately 6,000 undocumented students in Oregon. This report points out the criteria that undocumented students should meet to benefit from In-State Resident ...
    • Advising Undocumented Students in Rhode Island for College Access 2019/2020 

      Meetran, Tina (College Visions, 2020)
      Approximately 26,000 undocumented immigrants reside in Rhode Island and of those, 3,000 undocumented students ages 25 and older receive their Bachelor’s degree. That’s only 14% of the population. This report was created ...
    • Advising Undocumented Students in Rhode Island for College Access, 2019/2020 

      Meetran, Tina (College Visions, 2019-09-01)
      This guide was created to inform and support advisors, counselors, teachers and educators in how to best advise undocumented students through the college application process. This report states that every student should ...
    • Basic Facts About In-State Tuition for Undocumented Immigrant Students 

      National Immigration Law Center (National Immigration Law Center, 2018-06-01)
      At least twenty states and the District of Columbia have “tuition equity” laws or policies that permit certain students who have attended and graduated from secondary schools in their state to pay the same tuition as their ...
    • California Community Colleges Dreamers Project 

      Community College League of California (Community College League of California, 2019)
      This report discusses the state of California Community Colleges undocumented students, incorporating findings from a landscape analysis to identify shared challenges in serving this vulnerable population. Recommendations ...
    • College Choice Process of Latino Undocumented Students: Implications for Recruitment and Retention 

      Perez, Patricia A. (National Association for College Admission Counseling, Journal of College Admission, 2010)
      This report outlines the major influences on the college choice process of Latino undocumented students with a specific focus on the “choice” stage of the broader college opportunity process (Hossler & Gallagher 1987; ...
    • DACA Uncertainty May Undermine its Positive Impact on Wellbeing 

      Patler, Caitlin; Hamilton, Erin; Savinar, Robin (Center for Poverty Research, University of California, DAVIS, 2018-05-01)
      Young, undocumented Latino immigrants face many challenges in the United States. Undocumented Latino youth are less likely to graduate from high school and attend college than native-born youth and are more likely to live ...
    • DACAmented Law Students and Lawyers in the Trump Era 

      Munoz, Raquel; Zrzavy, Mara; Svajlenka, Nicole (Center for American Progress, 2018-06-07)
      Through interviews with 33 DACA recipients pursuing legal careers, this report—a collaboration between the Penn State Law Center for Immigrants’ Rights Clinic and the Center for American Progress—highlights their complex ...
    • Debt-Free College: Principles for Prioritizing Low-Income Students 

      Garcia, Rosa M. (Center for Law and Social Policy - CLASP, 2019-02-01)
      Since the recession of 2008, skyrocketing college costs and state disinvestment in postsecondary education have forced millions of students to take on significant student loan debt. This $1.5 trillion of debt has made it ...
    • Documenting Implementation Realities: Undocumented Immigrant Students in California and North Carolina 

      Oseguera, Leticia; Flores, Stella M.; Burciaga, Edelina (National Association for College Admission Counseling, 2010)
      Shortly before September 2001, comprehensive national immigration reform seemed to be making its way to the top of the US policy agenda (flores and Chapa 2009; Waslin 2009). While sentiments around immigration in a ...
    • DREAM Act 

      United States Congress (United States Congress, 2001-08-01)
      A bill to amend the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 to permit States to determine State residency for higher education purposes and to authorize the cancellation of removal and adjustment ...
    • The Dream Act, DACA, and Other Policies Designed to Protect Dreamers 

      American Immigration Council (American Immigration Council, 2019-08-01)
      With the attempted rescission of the Deferred Action for Children Arrivals (DACA) initiative in September of 2017, there has been renewed pressure on Congress to pass federal legislation known as the Dream Act to protect ...
    • Dreaming Big: What Community Colleges Can Do to Help Undocumented Immigrant Youth Achieve Their Potential 

      Casner-Lotto, Jill (Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education, 2012-09-01)
      This report describes promising practices and recommendations to serve undocumented students in five critical areas: increasing college access, making college affordable, supporting college readiness and success, offering ...
    • Ending DACA Program for Young Undocumented Immigrants Makes No Economic Sense 

      Stone, Chad (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, 2017-09-27)
      Rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is likely to deprive the economy of valued workers, according to a report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. The study suggests that the ...
    • Evading "Residence": Undocumented Students, Higher Education, and the States 

      Salsbury, Jessica (American University Law Review, 2003)
      The author provides an overview of the challenges undocumented students face with regard to higher education, surveys recent state efforts to legislate in the area of postsecondary education, and analyzes state-level ...
    • Higher Ed Guide to Tuition, Financial Aid & Other Funding for Undocumented Students: FAQs for Public and Private Colleges and Universities 

      Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration (Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, 2020-04-16)
      This report provides a higher education guide to tuition, financial aid and other funding for undocumented students.