Student Affairs
Resources for Undocumented Students

President Donald Trump announced on 9/5/17 that he is ending the executive order known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. For a fuller description of this announcement, please see this link: http://thehill.com/latino/348848-sessions-says-DACA-to-end-in-six-months. We want to reaffirm that we are a welcoming university. Here are some resources, and we welcome outreach if you might be affected by this decision.

Resource Library (stay tuned for additional resources as we collect them)

For undocumented students/family members:
Organizations:
United We Dream
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Black Immigrant Network
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
UndocuBlack Network
Immigration Law Help.org
Higher Education Law Report
DACA Overview

Recommendations for school administrators and counselors of undocumented students:
Dreamer's Road Map (App on iOS and Android)
Monthly Scholarship Lists

Which resources are in place that can be utilized?

  • If you are involved in, or witness, an act of violence or something that threatens the safety of our community: Public Safety – 607-871-2108
  • If you need assistance related to international student issues, contact Jeanne Marion, marion@alfred.edu
  • If you experience or witness an act of bias on campus: The Bias Response form is available on http://my.alfred.edu; click “AU Report It.” Incidents can be reported anonymously, although please be aware that limits the range of responses.
  • If you have a need for confidentiality, the Counseling Center can provide it. 607-871-2300.