UC Berkeley student Grace Kim shares her experience as an undocumented student.
Congratulations to Sean Tan, this year’s recipient of the Birgeneau Recognition Award for Service to Undocumented Students. This award honors undergraduate or graduate students (undocumented or allies) for contributing exemplary community service to undocumented immigrants. Learn more about this award here . About the Chancellor’s Award for Public Service: Each year, the Chancellor recognizes students, staff, … Continued
The UndocuAlly Training Program is excited to announce the recruitment for Student Fellows to join our 2015-16 Planning Committee. More than 150 staff members from dozens of campus departments have now gone through this 8-hour training. The Planning Committee is the result of a great collaboration between our students and staff members from the below departments: Counseling & … Continued
Diana Peña graduated as a first-generation college student from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, which is where she was born and raised. She then received her M.S. in Counseling, Family and Human Services, as well as her PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oregon. Her professional experiences have been shaped by … Continued
This April 17, 2015 New York Times article recaps the current fate of Obama’s immigration plan – where things are, and where things are headed. NEW ORLEANS — The immediate fate of President Obama ’s sweeping immigration overhaul now rests with a three-judge appeals panel after an intense legal clash on Friday between lawyers for the federal government and for a 26-state … Continued
In 2014, a website was launched to support undocumented students across the UC system. The goal for this website is to help undocumented students — both prospective and current — navigate the range of programs and resources offered at UC campuses. The site was made possible by a collaborative effort between campuses and the UC Office of the … Continued
The National Immigration Law Center reports which states across the U.S. have laws that allow immigrants access to higher education.