Wednesday, September 6, 2017

4 Crucial Tips on the Ending of DACA

The DACA program allows undocumented immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as minors to apply for a renewable two-year work permit and shields them from deportation. The outcome of this decision may have a significant impact on our students who have relied on the DACA program as a temporary solution to their immigration status.

Our students have the right to attend school without the fear of detention and/or deportation.

The counseling center is a safe space on our campus for our community who may be experiencing trauma and various emotions can receive support and resources.

Our friends at have been a great help to our students and their families.


Alliance San Diego - Alliance San Diego is a community empowerment organization working to ensure that all people can achieve their full potential in an environment of harmony, safety, equality, and justice.

ACLU San Diego and Imperial Counties - The ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties fights for individual rights and fundamental freedoms for all through education, litigation, & policy advocacy.

Ready Now San Diego - Ready Now San Diego is a local immigrant resource website for immigrant families living in San Diego County. Ready Now San Diego is a project of Alliance San Diego with the support of the San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium and other partners that focus on advocacy, education, and services in support of immigrant families.

Immigrant Legal Resource Center - What do I need to know if the DACA program ends?

California Dream Act General Information:

California Dream Act FAQ for Parents and Students :

Resources for Parents/Support for Undocumented Students (en Espanol):

UC Undocumented Student Resources:

CSU Resources for Undocumented Students:

California Dream Act SWC Resources:

California Dream Act SD Community College District Resources: