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USP Services for Fall 2021

Dear USP Students, We want to let you know that USP is here for you, and to help meet your needs. In support of public health, the Undocumented Community Resource Center (UCRC) is temporarily closed. However, USP services remain open and accessible. Please see below on how to access our services during the Fall 2021 […]

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UndocuGrad 2019

In May 2019, students, community and family members gathered to celebrate the class of 2019. This was the first time we celebrated some of our professional and doctoral degree students as well as our undergraduates. Here is a snapshot of all the feels experienced leading up to and on that day!

Events

UndocuGrad 2018

USP, RISE, friends and family, and community celebrate graduates in the second annual UndocuGrad. This video captures what this celebration was all about. Congrats, UndocuGrad Class of 2018!

In the News

Rapid Response Hotline If You See ICE

Alameda County Immigration Legal and Education Partnership (ACILEP) Launches the ICE Activity Rapid Response and Legal Services Hotline: View/print the poster in Spanish and English Información en Español ACILEP’s ICE Activity Hotline: 510-241-4011

In the NewsOur Movement

Undocumented programs offer students a lifeline

In the hours following the Trump Administration’s announcement that it would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, students shared immediate and practical concerns: Were they at risk of being deported to a country they had little or no memory of? Would they lose the ability to do work-study or hold side jobs […]

Campus NewsImmigration PolicyIn the News

UC won’t assist federal agents

“The University of California announced sweeping actions Wednesday to protect its students who came into the country illegally, saying it would refuse to assist federal immigration agents, turn over confidential records without court orders or supply information for any national registry based on race, national origin or religion.” Read the full LA Times article.