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Our Mission

The Undocumented Community Resource Center or “UCRC” provides a safe space where undocumented students and community members can talk about their issues and embrace their identities. We also provide academic support, financial support, mental health support, and other resources for undocumented individuals to successfully meet their academic goals.  At the center, we believe in increase one’s awareness and moral responsibility to extend a hand and empower immigrants regardless of status.  All students deserve to continue their education, to fulfill their dreams, and to transform their lives. 

Our Vision

Our vision is to provide a safe place for learning by providing access to resources, academic support and incentives that lead to their Retention, Persistence and Success. We understand the importance of having a network of support when pursuing our dreams and that is the main purpose of this Team.

 

The UCRC provides services such as

 ◘ Academic assistance

◘ Mental Health resources

◘ Scholarships

◘ Academic counselor

 

Hours Open:

Monday 9:00am – 5:00pm

Tuesday 9:00am – 11:00am

Wednesday 9:00am – 6:00pm

Thursday 9:00am – 6:00pm

Friday 9:00am – 1:00pm

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How can we help?

Talk to the UCRC Team!

Connect with us via email: ucrc-bcc@peralta.edu

  Apply and Enroll


Dr. Angélica Garcia

Watch Dr. Angelica Garcia introduce herself and learn about her goals for BCC Students

Introduction Presentation


 

 

UCRC Founder

Carolina Martinez

 

Carolina Martinez is one of the founders of the Undocumented Community Resource Center (U.C.R.Center) Carolina Martinez was born and raised in Mazatlán, Mexico. Ms. Martinez moved to the United States 14 years ago with the dream of securing a better future for herself and her family. Supporting her family economically and emotionally is what motivates her to get up every day, while studying hard and working for her Undocumented Community. Ms. Martinez was granted five years ago with a U-visa and currently has her Permanent Resident (Green Card). Ms. Martinez thinks that every person has the right to the same opportunities. She expresses her Mexican roots through Mexican folk dancing and is proud to say that dance is her most powerful form of expression.

 

 

 

 

 

COVID-19:

During these unprecedented times, the Undocumented Community Resource Center is committed to supporting undocumented students. We will be available to provide support and answer any questions you have for us remotely. Please contact us at bcc-ucrc@peralta.edu or make a direct appointment with us through the UCRC Contact Us page.

For more information on resources, please visit the following pages:
COVID-19 Updates and Information (English)
COVID-19 Updates and Information (Spanish)

The UCRC also provides a list of resources for all students in “COVID-19 Resources.”

 

 

COVID-19 Notice to Students

During these unprecedented times, the Undocumented Community Resource Center is committed to supporting undocumented students. We will be available to provide support and answer any questions you have for us remotely. Please contact us at bcc-ucrc@peralta.edu or make a direct appointment with us through the UCRC Contact Us page.

For more information on resources, please visit the following pages:
COVID-19 Updates and Information (English)
COVID-19 Updates and Information (Spanish)

The UCRC also provides a list of resources for all students in “COVID-19 Resources.”