Resources for Undocumented Trojans

Although the California DREAM Act, authored by Assembly member Gil Cedillo, was passed by the California Legislature and signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown in 2011, there is still much work to be done in order to gain greater financial aid for AB540 students here at the University of Southern California. If you are interested in becoming involved in the assuring that all students at USC are fairly considered for any form of financial assistance and scholarship opportunities and grants, please contact our very own student organization focused on the needs and concerns of the immigrant and undocumented student communities, IDEAS Movement at USC.

IDEAS Movement at USC

Email: ideas.usc@gmail.com
Website: https://ideasusc.wordpress.com/
Facebook Group Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/284671061546280/
Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/IDEASatUSC?fref=ts

USG Undocumented Student Resource

Website: http://usg.usc.edu/resources/undocumented-student- guide/

The Resource Guide was enacted in Fall 2015 through the leadership of USG Senator Sabrina Enriquez. It was tailored to aid USC prospective and current undocumented students through their college experience, and is in constant flux. If you have any recommendations for the guide please Email: seenriqu@usc.edu.

Legal Resources

  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (www.chirla.org)
  • Central American Resource Center (www.carecen-la.org)
  • Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (www.maldef.org)
  • Korean Resource Center (www.krcla.org)
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (www.ailalawyer.com)
  • Immigrant Legal Resource Center (www.ilrc.org)
  • National Immigration Law Center (www.nilc.org)

DREAMer Support Groups

Scholarships/Internships

Graduate Fellowships/Scholarships

Scholarship Search Engines

CA DREAM Act (https://dream.csac.ca.gov/)

  • Applications Due March 2nd

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