UC Berkeley’s Undocumented Student Program (USP) provides guidance and support to undocumented undergraduates at Cal.
The Haas Dreamer’s Resource Center is a community space where students have access to academic counseling, mental health support, peer support, and opportunities to create learning communities
We help students develop the unique gifts and talents they each bring to the university while empowering them to achieve.
Berkeley Law’s International Human Rights Law Clinic and the Undocumented Students Program have partnered to provide free legal support and resources about immigration law to undocumented students at Cal.
The cost of attending should never be the reason why a student does not pursue a higher education. There are different types of financial aid available based on each student’s profile.
UC BERKELEY SUPPORT
CALIFORNIA DREAM ACT AID
UCOP FAQ on Immigration Enforcement Actions
Uncertainty and Fear for Undocumented Students
FAQ & Resources on Trump Executive Actions on Immigration
University needs to show greater solidarity with undocumented students
Donate to the Undocumented Student Program
Immigration and Post-Election Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
RESOURCE: Please see updated immigration legal support flyer
GRADUATION: Watch as some of our students reflect on their time at Berkeley!
READ: A story not often shared. It's common for students not qualify for some of the benefits folks have been fighting for due to the slightest details about their immigration background.
GRADUATION: Thanks to the efforts of the graduating class, fellow undocumented students, Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund, and RISE at Berkeley, we were able to accomplish this!
COMMUNITY ACTION: Action to fight the detention of a DACA-eligible youth happening in Los Angeles!
COMMUNITY/RESOURCE: Spaces are limited, sign up!
MENTAL HEALTH: Undocu-Talks happening today! They will be set up as one-on-one advising, given the stress of finals. If you any questions, feel free to message us!
RESOURCE: DACA Renewal Clinic happening at the East Bay Community Law Center from now until 3PM! All fees for the forms will be covered.
Highly recommended for those of you whose DACA will expire by December of this year, and who will not be stay...
MENTAL HEALTH: Just your weekly reminder that the drop-in community advising will be taking place tomorrow, Thursday April 20th at 5:15PM! Feel free to message us for the exact location.