Use the interactive map below to find information about campus centers for undocumented students, support programs, website addresses with relevant information, and contact information of undocumented allies/liaisons. This information is critical to improve access and success for undocumented students in higher education.[/one_half][/one_whole]
Campuses with stars have a physical center with dedicated staff and resources to support undocumented students
Click on the icons below to learn about resources at each campus
Additional Undocumented Student Campus Resources
While California has established statewide programs so undocumented students can safely apply for financial aid, such as California Dream Act, there is a lack of coordination and consistency in how these and other resources are made available to students. The resources vary widely across campuses, and can even be different within the same segment of higher education. This can often confuse or misinform students about critical information. Colleges and universities need to ensure they provide consistent and adequate information and support services for undocumented students that are readily available on their campuses.
The Coalition works with students, educational leaders, and partners to identify needs and gaps in services, and offer direct recommendations to institutions for improving the types of information and support services available. Having one person in each higher education system, for example, who coordinates resources for undocumented students across their respective systems would be effective for collecting data and providing a consistent message across the campus. These system coordinators can support individual campus liaisons and share system-wide updates.