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Resources for Undocumented Students

17 February 2016

As part of the California Education Code, AB 540 allows certain students who have attended high school in California for 3 or more years and earned a high school diploma or its equivalent to be exempt from paying nonresident tuition at California public universities.

Most recent update: May 15, 2016

Legal Information:

Financing your Education Goals:

California University Information:

Community Organizations and Allies:

  • Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC): An organization dedicated to “empowering undocumented young people in their pursuit of college, career, and citizenship”, whose website contains a wealth of information including DACA, scholarships, and much more.
  • How to Support College-Bound Undocumented Students: Advice for Parents: A guide (in English and Spanish) for parents of undocumented students, prepared by E4FC.
  • Own the Dream: The website for a national campaign to support DREAMers, with news, information, and helpful links.
  • Dream Activist: An action and resource network that offers a multicultural, youth-led, social media hub for the movement to pass the DREAM Act and other forms of immigration legislation.
  • Underground Undergrads: This Web site contains a blog of stories and first-hand accounts from AB 540 students at the University of California Los Angeles. It also features up-to-date information on AB 540 and the California and Federal DREAM Acts.
  • Undocumented Students Unfulfilled Dreams (PDF): A report from the UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education discusses the Federal and California DREAM Acts and offers profiles and personal testimonies from AB 540 students.

If your organization would like to be included in this list of resources, please contact us at UCRC.Berkeley@gmail.com

Filed under: Legal Information, Resources, Students

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